“I am happy to introduce our program to the area,” says owner Jinmi Jung. “I really want to help the kids.”
Bier Station is hosting a public meeting of Kansas City’s 6th District on Tuesday, Feb. 11 from 6-8 p.m. Constituents are invited to chat with Councilmembers Andrea Bough and Kevin McManus and city staff.
Over 10 businesses and organizations received awards; but Ruskin received the big one its services to the surrounding community.
Diamonds come in all sizes. The convergence at 9th & Main & Delaware was once called Vaughan’s Diamond and was an iconic space in KC.’s history.
Derrick Nnadi’s large donation will provide free adoptions at KC Pet Project with a little extra thrown in from Rachel Ray.
The $266,505 project was designed by KC Parks staff, with input from residents and stakeholders.
The 169,000 square foot sports mall at Bannister & I435 now has four indoor volleyball courts, six soccer fields, pitching and hitting tunnels and four coin-operated batting cages.
KCMO’s ordinances for years have effectively curtailed the proliferation of electronic billboards. But a new ordinance backed by the billboard industry weakens it.
State Senators Kiki Curls and Jason Holsman leave seats for powerful state commissions appointed by governor.
Dr. Yolanda Cargile announces resignation.