OneWheel brings the “Least Boring Party in America” to Martin City on Saturday afternoon, with skateboard ramps, music, family friendly competitions and food.
The public is invited to attend the ribbon cutting at the 98th St. Trailhead, 12600 E. 98th St., for the bicycle/pedestrian shared use trail that runs within the former Rock Island Railroad corridor.
A free Party on the Prairie featuring a variety of family-friendly activities that will run from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, June 1, at Jerry Smith Park in the Martin City area.
Gilded Lily debuts its new garden area with its first Art in the Garden event both Friday and Saturday. The free event showcases art, crafts, food and music.
Once a proposed site for Coach’s Bar & Grill, the church property may soon be the location for apartments.
The bill, “Missouri Stands With the Unborn,” overwhelmingly passed both chambers of the state legislature in quick succession earlier this month, and allows for no exceptions even in cases of rape or incest.
There is no doubt that our teams are in a rough spot, but have faith because baseball and soccer have quite long seasons, almost too long if you ask me.
A middle turn lane, paved trail, sidewalk, curbs, gutters and streets are included in the plan.
With a new landlord comes much needed changes at shopping strip at 99th & Holmes Rd.
About two dozen places across the country claim to have originated Memorial Day–once called Decoration Day–but three stories stand out among the rest.