Community members who gathered Wednesday evening at South Park learned how watching for more subtle signs of domestic violence can save lives.
Lawrence Public Library staff members have collected items left between the pages of books over the years — notes, postcards, photographs and more — and synthesized them into collages that are currently on display.
Students in the district’s various career and technical education pathways got to put their work on display at the first annual Innovation Expo Wednesday at Lawrence High School.
Although the group of people gathered on top of the Vermont Street parking garage Monday night had a great view of the sunset, they were all waiting for one thing: nightfall.
Community, food, shopping and dancing attracted people from Lawrence and beyond to the Haskell Alumni Association’s powwow on Saturday.
Community members bundled up for the Lawrence St. Patrick’s Day Parade on brisk Friday afternoon.
Reader Carole Tomlinson snapped this photo of the edge of a cold front northwest of North Lawrence Thursday afternoon.
Community members showed up for art, live music and fun at the Lawrence Art Guild’s Art in the Park, which returned to South Park Saturday and Sunday.
The Sexual Trauma & Abuse Care Center honored Lawrence community members and celebrated its 50th anniversary Thursday at Venue 1235.
Thousands of new and returning Jayhawks on Saturday flocked to campus to learn about KU’s many student-led organizations.
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