Thanks to the donation of a church congregation, a bonafide school for children with autism, ages 2-1/2 to 14, has opened in the Red Bridge area.
UPS is making it easier and safer to pick up packages. On April 12, UPS Access Point lockers were installed outside the Phillips 66 convenience …
Red Bridge Elementary School and St. Peter & All Saints Episcopal Church are some of the newest spots in south Kansas City where small orchards have been planted to help tackle hunger.
The orchards are sponsored by the Giving Grove, a Kansas City-based nonprofit that partners with churches, schools and other institutions to help at-risk communities grow, harvest and share healthy food.
The proposed Red Bridge Area Plan that will serve as a guide for future land use and zoning decisions as well as for public infrastructure improvements is scheduled to be considered by the City Plan Commission on February 7.
It came at a time to be grateful. And no one is more grateful for the completed renovations at the Red Bridge Shopping Center than the community that worked so hard over to see it.
The transformation of the former Red Bridge bowling alley into a Euston’s Hardware store is in full swing. According to Kathy Euston, the hardware store will open in mid-January. While the construction crew is hard at it, Euston’s is needing participation from the community.
Are you looking for something fun and safe to do this Halloween season with your kids, or maybe even your dog? Here are some local places that have planned an event for the community.
Father Jonathan Frazier will offer a blessing of the animals at 11 am today, Saturday, on the front lawn of St. Peter & All Saints Episcopal Church, 100 E. Red Bridge Rd.
South KC Perspective City Looks Toward April 4 Ballot for Bond Proposal By John Sharp An $800 million general obligation bond issue to provide funding …
Formerly working with data forensics, Jonathan Frazier eventually chose the life of an Episcopalian minister.