News and Noteworthy
An injured Peregrine falcon was set free this week after being taken care of by Lawrence police.
Memorial plaque recalls victim of Battle of the Bulge
Ceremony honors first Chinese-American from Lawrence killed in WW II
Santa Claus distributed donated toys and gift cards to more than 650 excited members of the Boys & Girls Club of Lawrence at the annual holiday party on Dec. 19.
“They were an amazing group of kids – so fun, enthusiastic, and excited to see all these brand new toys. Their hugs at the end were very touching,” said Gonzalez
Movement City joined forces with the staff of Power800 Radio to conduct a local toy drive to benefit the in-need youth and families of Lawrence.
In just a few short months, students at Notre Dame Cristo Rey High School have raised over $1750.00 to support people in the community of Lawrence.
Mayor Dan Rivera has announced that Lawrence company, RM Technologies was awarded a competitive sub-contract by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to perform critical clean-up work at the Merrimac Paper site
The city has been awarded a state public safety staffing grant from the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security totaling $1,005,294 to fight crime in Lawrence.
YouthBuild Lawrence and AmeriCorps Cycle 19 Graduates