“Molle is willing to work with students to finish their schooling while they’re working in their dealership and that’s key,” says Jack Ireland, Johnson County Community College (JCCC) Faculty Chair of Automotive Technology. “Molle has really embraced the idea of growing their own.”
“I appreciate the support from everybody,” says Haberstroh. “When you’re a new face in a place that’s been established for a long time, it can be a little scary. I really love this place. It’s my second home. I bartend, I work in the kitchen, I serve…whatever’s needed – I do every roll.”
Known for Saabs, George’s Imports first began fixing all European car makes over 60 years ago. Owner Brad Schaffner tells its story.
Suspected Southern sympathizers were forced to evacuate their homes in Jackson, Cass and Bates counties in 1863.
The Kansas City-based Saint Luke’s Health System has entered the “micro-hospital” business. Beginning with its September 2016 announcement of an Overland Park micro-hospital, Saint Luke’s is now developing a micro-hospital at 132nd Street and State Line Road in the Village of Seville shopping strip in Leawood.
On November 3, the City Council of Kansas City, Missouri, voted unanimously in favor of a contested rezoning and development plan for Woodbridge Manor, a 152-lot single-family residential development which will rest on 54 acres of land located west of Jackson Avenue, about one-quarter mile north of E. Red Bridge Road. Approval of the plan came just one week after a public hearing took place at the Planning, Zoning & Economic Development Committee on Oct. 26, wherein neighborhood residents protested and urged City Council members to reconsider the proposal.