On September 29, MMC Contractors, located at 13800 Wyandotte, celebrated the completion of its building expansion which began in January. The expansion includes 33,500 square feet of additional space added onto the 42,000 sq. ft. of the older building.
The Executive Director of the Community Assistance Council will retire after 33 years of helping the needy in South Kansas City.
Throughout the last 100 years, Avila University has developed from a humble single-building institute into a formative and groundbreaking piece of higher education in the heart of South Kansas City, and continues to grow.
“We are extremely blessed Josh is alive and home to see Halle go to her homecoming dance, “says Leslie Owens in the latest update on Gofundme.com. To donate or for further updates on Josh’s health go to: https://www.gofundme.com/2hzy86kc?ssid=752139165&pos=1
By John Sharp Voting along party lines, Republicans in the Missouri General Assembly on September 14 overrode Governor Jay Nixon’s vetoes of two of the …
South KC Perspective City Looks Toward April 4 Ballot for Bond Proposal By John Sharp An $800 million general obligation bond issue to provide funding …
A soup boils over on the electric stove, and within minutes a kitchen fire is out of control.
College student from KC tells of life in Charlotte, NC, right now.
Tonight at the Trailside Center, Capt. Chuck Marcus recalls the Vietnam experience from the decks of the Coast Guard Patrol Boats and Cutters.
Jamie Poulson opened his 37th store on State Line Rd. and Blue Ridge Blvd., a long way for this former St. Louis pizza delivery driver.