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Questions about whether project would rename portion of Ninth Street; proposed city budget causes some cuts to social service groups

Chad Lawhorn

*UPDATE: Don't get your heart set on Free State Boulevard just yet. Susan Tate, director of the Lawrence Arts Center and one of the leaders who applied for the ArtPlace grant, called me back and said the idea of changing the name for a portion of Ninth Street hasn't gained ...

Plans confirm Sprouts is latest grocer coming to Sixth and Wakarusa; Rock Chalk Park trails set for approval; Free State to host open house at bottling plant

Chad Lawhorn

It is official now: Sprouts Farmers Market will be the new grocery store that will be constructed near Sixth and Wakarusa in the Bauer Farm development. We've been reporting for months that a specialty grocer was coming to the intersection, and it hasn't exactly been a secret that Sprouts was ...

Old Navy, Academy Sports, others announced as likely tenants for south of SLT retail project; Walmart Express taps Baldwin

Chad Lawhorn

The type of fireworks that gets the dog excited, the neighbors awake and the ATF knocking on your door may be over, but there are new fireworks, of sorts, that may get Lawrence shoppers excited. Boom . . . Old Navy. Boom . . . Academy Sports. And just for ...

Lawrence investors open multistate cocktail business; city to look at fire engine, ambulance issues for North Lawrence

Chad Lawhorn

As Roman candles land in the yard, as firecrackers blow up the trash can, and as the Chinese once again invade my neighborhood with their "lanterns" that double as flying blowtorches, I pine for an old-fashioned Fourth of July. And now I know just the Lawrence company to help me ...

New wireless phone and tablet store open on Massachusetts Street; John Brown to make return to downtown?

Chad Lawhorn

Sure, there are still all the usual things you can do in downtown Lawrence after having a nice dinner. You can take a leisurely stroll down Massachusetts Street. You can have a cupcake, or two, at one of the many such shops. You can get four or five dips of ...

The first neighborly dispute between Menards and Home Depot; city set to increase water and sewer rates

Chad Lawhorn

Don't get your tool belt all in a bunch. The proposed Menards store near 31st and Iowa streets indeed is still on track to happen, even though it has been a year since the project was approved and construction still hasn't begun. I know the delay has some of you ...

Deep-dish pizza and funky old photos featured at new west Lawrence sports bar; city receives update on difficulties of fireworks ban; downtown parking changes on tap

Chad Lawhorn

There is a new player in the Lawrence pizza battle, and consider this one an offensive lineman version. [As we told you a couple months ago][1], former KU football player and current broadcaster David Lawrence was teaming up with longtime 23rd Street Brewery owner Matt Llewellyn to open a new ...

Study says Lawrence among 'most improved' cities since end of recession; another arts-based development for East Lawrence; Turnhalle open house

Chad Lawhorn

The bright, fancy labels to attach to our foreheads should be arriving any day now. What's that? You haven't heard that Lawrence has made a national list of "most improved cities"? Indeed we have, and just like the bag of bacon and cheddar potato skins in the vending machine, that ...

QuikTrip moving into restaurant business at 23rd and Haskell; home sales fall in May; area businessman in running for national entrepreneur of the year

Chad Lawhorn

There is a major new player coming to the restaurant business on East 23rd Street, and its familiar name may surprise you: QuikTrip. Just like Da Vinci didn't stop painting after the Mona Lisa, QuikTrip isn't going to let its culinary creations end with the masterpiece known as a roller ...

City being asked to repeal ordinance banning concealed carry of knives; incentives package for $75M apartment project faces first vote

Chad Lawhorn

Well, this is awkward. No one has shown up for the revolution. If you remember a few weeks ago, Lawrence city commissioners [were told][1] that a pair of local laws prohibiting the concealed carrying of knives would no longer be valid because a new state law has been passed that ...

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