Melanie Morrisey is an event planner. But as much as she likes to plan events, she likes helping women with their home businesses more. “It …
MidWest Kustoms Automotive has moved into the building at 136th and Oak St. Owner Cortland Cuddy has been in the business of customized automobile body work for 22 years. He hopes to have the shop open in a month.
For some of us it’s hard to imagine getting up at 3 a.m. to work out. But for some, like body builders, it’s common, so common that 24-hour fitness centers like Anytime Fitness have become the fastest growing franchises worldwide.
A bar/gaming center has opened in the old Magnolia’s space at Gomer’s Square. Their grand opening was held Friday, November 11.
In 1992, Jack and Mary Lichtenberg opened Lichtenberg’s Fine Jewelry in in a small office space in a bank. Today, the couple is selling their inventory by as much as 70 percent in anticipation of closing forever by the new year.
Bryce Smith, who owned a farm off Red Bridge and Blue River Rds., was elected mayor of Kansas City during the notorious 1934 Bloody Election Day.
Leaf and brush pick up is scheduled for November 28- December 2 in South KC.
The connection of the Indian Creek and Blue River Trails makes for a nice 30-mile jaunt.
Future plans for the Bannister Federal Complex may include train access and 1.8 million sq. ft. of industrial buildings.
South Kansas Citians can be thankful for what the results of the ballot issues will bring their way. John Sharp explains why.