A new haunted house in Lawrence draws on local lore of Stull, Kansas, less than 15 miles from KU campus, which is said to be a gateway to Hell.
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The Downtown Lawrence Sidewalk Sale returned on Sept. 9 after it was cancelled last year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
I Heart Local Music hosted a Pride event Saturday afternoon to celebrate the LGBTQ+ community during Pride month. This was the second Pride event held in Lawrence so far.
CHALK writer Liam Mays works his way through the menu of Pedestrian Cheese & Deli, a local restaurant offering a variety of cheese, wine and sandwiches.
The Lawrence City Commission announced in a news release Tuesday that due to fewer businesses than expected planning to expand outside, the reconfigured parallel parking on Massachusetts Street will be converted back to angled parking spots.
Due to an increasing uncertainty surrounding the start of college football season, Lawrence businesses are preparing for the potential economic impacts and after effects.
Demonstrators have been occupying the 1100 block of Massachusetts Street since Saturday after a letter comparing the Black Lives Matter movement to a “lynch mob” and a poster depicting the lynching of George Floyd was found in South Park Saturday morning.
Members of the Lawrence City Commission approved a temporary plan that would convert parking spaces on Massachusetts Street to give businesses more space for potential outdoor operation.
Lawrence Police Department officers assessed damages on Massachusetts Street following celebrations for the Kansas City Chiefs' victory against the San Francisco 49ers Sunday, Feb. 2.
Multiple individuals in Lawrence reported seeing a man dressed in what looked to be like robes worn by members of the Ku Klux Klan. Officers say the man was not causing a disturbance and did not break any laws.