1. loopsignagemap

    New signage to help residents, emergency crews navigate trail

    New signage will help citizens access and navigate the trail as well as spurs to neighborhoods and mileage markers. The signs also will provide markers for locations in the event of an emergency. Read on...
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    Video highlights future Lawrence Loop

    Are you a Looper? LiveWell Lawrence and partners continue to advocate for finishing a 22-mile loop trail around Lawrence everyone could enjoy. Read on...
  3. CampusCupboard

    KU food pantry opens in Kansas Memorial Union

    In September, KU’s Campus Cupboard food pantry moved to a new location on the fourth level of the Kansas Memorial Union. Read on...
  4. JustFood

    Just Food launches diaper, breastfeeding initiatives

    Just Food, which served 1,196 babies in 2017, has launched a new diaper and breastfeeding program. Read on...
  5. Hungerreport

    Report highlights problems, solutions to childhood hunger in Douglas County

    A new community report, "Seeking Solutions to Childhood Hunger," includes data, quotes and recommendations for action. Read on...
  6. Anniversary

    LiveWell's anniversary celebration set for Nov. 30

    LiveWell’s 10th anniversary celebration will be 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. Friday, Nov. 30, at the Lied Center Pavilion, 1600 Stewart Drive. The event is free and open to the public. Read on...
  7. T21 Lawrence

    Tobacco 21 initiative gaining momentum in Douglas County

    The Douglas County Commission increased the minimum age to purchase tobacco products in the county’s unincorporated areas. Meanwhile, the Lawrence City Commission has scheduled an Oct. 9 work session at City Hall to learn more about Tobacco 21. Read on...