A partially vacant shopping center on State Line Road just south of 123rd Street will be redeveloped by the Arvanitakis siblings, who recently opened Peters Clothiers.
Starting in the 1880s, city leaders saw a need to showcase Kansas City in a new light. An extravagant week-long event called the Priests of Pallas was created.
The 5-day program helps those who have been through traumatic experiences to become the complete person they were meant to be.
On June 20, an 85 mph wind destroyed Crazy Joe’s Fireworks stand. One week later, they are happy to report, Crazy Joe’s is back!
The abandoned buildings at 103rd Wornall are one step closer to demolition.
Residents of Veterans Village will receive free for their coffee makers, courtesy Green Beans Coffee.
We have fixed the contamination problem instead of just fencing it off and telling people not to worry about it,” Sen. Roy Blunt said during his visit to the Bannister Federal Complex.
Construction of the final 11.3 mile section will begin in a month and run from the Jackson County Sports Complex to Noland Rd and 350 Hwy.
For most of the spring season, sports in Kansas City has been pretty dull to say the least. On Sunday June 23rd, our teams delivered for us fans.
Grandview Bulldogs varsity basketball team celebrate their state championship with NBA star Alec Burks.