SERC Physical Therapy is the latest tenant to join the Red Bridge Shopping Center. It opened January 9, but a ribbon cutting is expected sometime later this spring.
Another word for Mardi Gras is Shrove Tuesday, or all you can eat pancakes. St. Peter & All Saints is serving them hot tonight.
David McDaniel, pastor at Holmeswood Baptist Church, reflects on the Women’s March on Washington and his participation in it.
On February 18 at 2 p.m., a presentation by John Anderson at the Blue Ridge Mid-Continent Public Library, 9253 Blue Ridge Blvd, will cover a little-known piece of American Old West history: the black cowboy.
The National Weather Service had issued a Red Flag Warning for fire conditions today. Any outdoor burning is discouraged.
By Friday, 3850 non-perishable items were collected for the Southland Souper Bowl of Caring event.
It’s a safe bet, Jess & Jim’s is the best steakhouse to take a loved one to this week.
Whether you know it or not, you’ve seen the work of American Companies, Inc. Gales Holsman and his group of companies become the newest member of the Martin City Community.
The Buchanan Initiative for Peace and Nonviolence and its partners will be hosting a conference at Avila University, 11901 Wornall Rd., on February 8 and 9 to discuss the history of Troost Avenue, including topics such as segregation and equality, while also focusing on the future of the area through the creation of a community action plan.
KC’s Souper Bowl dreams focus on providing food for those in need