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Plans are underway for the Independence Avenue Community Improvement District to begin, and Rebecca Koop has been busy starting said plans. Comment?
Judy R. Gillespie, 65, lifetime resident of Kansas City, Mo., passed away at home on April 29, 2013. Comment?
This newshound recently caught wind of some new developments near the corner of Independence and Chestnut that sure has us scratchin' our heads. Comment?
Grow Up Great Story Time Check out North-East Public Library, 6000 Wilson Rd., at 10:30 a.m. for the Grow Up Great Story Time. Comment?
It's Kansas City's 160th birthday, and you can celebrate it on March 28 in the City Hall Rotunda, 414 E. 12th St. Comment?
Senior Bingo Glennon Place Nursing Center is co-sponsoring a day of bingo with the Don Bosco Senior Center for senior citizens from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Don Bosco Senior Center, 580 Campbell St., Kansas City, Mo. Comment?
In 1885, Mr. Alfred Zartman, assisted by a J.W. Jenkins and a George Larkin, conducted a Sunday School class in the Oakley School, a small frame building near what is now Independence and Brighton . Comment?
Explore the ancient methods of papermaking using everyday, off-the-shelf products and recycled materials to make artful sheets of unique paper just in time for Valentine's Day. Comment?
Communities Creating Opportunities Film Series CCO will begin hosting a monthly film series to highlight critical issues affecting the KC metro. Comment?
A section of I-435 was closed for several hours Jan. 15 following a police initiated car chase that resulted in the death of the suspect. Comment?
Earl J. O'Toole Earl J. O'Toole, 84, passed away Oct. 29, 2012, at Heritage Village, Gladstone, Mo. Comment?
The description on the back of this real photo postcard describes Camp Prairie Schooner Girl Scout Camp of the Pioneer Trail Council as: "A hideaway of woodlands, trails and virgin timber. Comment?
When John Warneke arrived in Jackson County, Mo., in 1866, Kansas City's population barely topped 15,000 souls, all intent on making a life in the newly-settled boom town on the edge of the frontier. Comment?