Northeast Johnson County morning roundup

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The area of the old pool and caves as it looks today.
The area of the old pool and caves as it looks today.
More coverage of Roeland Park caves decision. The Kansas City Star published a story this week on the city of Roeland Park’s move to look at the possible development of the caves site that used to house the city pool. Check out our story from last week here. [Roeland Park mayor, volunteer architects consider uses for cave-filled property – Kansas City Star]

Longboards in Mission gets review. The Longboards restaurant that opened on Johnson Drive in the Mission Mart shopping center, was the subject of a story and review today. [With a helping of aloha spirit, Longboards in Mission serves up the unexpected in wraps, bowls – Kansas City Star]

The Pitch takes a look at Chocolate Frog. The recently opened Chocolate Frog Cafe in the Village Shops was the subject of a review by Charles Ferruzza in The Pitch where he compares the new look to the former Standees restaurant that occupied the site. [Chocolate Frog opens in, tries to tickle, Prairie Village – The Pitch]

Hanna among leaders after day one at Kansas amateur. SM East graduate Chase Hanna was near the top of the leaderboard after the first round of the 105th Kansas Amateur Championship at Wichita Country Club Tuesday. Hanna sat tied for second with five other golfers after a 67 round. Sam Stevens of Wichita leads with 65. Preston Fleener and Henry Simpson of Mission Hills were among those tied for third after shooting 69. [Early golfers go low in first round of the Kansas Amateur — Wichita Eagle]

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