Northeast Johnson County morning roundup



Prairie Village pickleball registration window closes today. Area resident interested in participating in Prairie Village’s spring pickleball league should sign up by the end of the day today. The six week league will start April 5 and costs $30 per person. Matches will be each Tuesday starting at 6 p.m. The city is hosting two weeks clinics starting March 21 to help determine skill level. [Sign Up Now for Pickleball and Skateboarding 101! — City of Prairie Village]

Westwood man trapped under fallen shelves rescued. An 88-year-old Westwood man spent almost two days pinned under a set of fallen shelves in his home before a 67-year-old nephew found him and alerted authorities. He was taken to the hospital as a precaution. [Westwood man, 88, reduced after being trapped for two days beneath toppled shelves — Kansas City Star]

Meadowbrook project could serve as model for Brookridge. The Kansas City Business Journal’s Rob Roberts has a piece this week exploring how the owners of Brookridge Country Club could look to the redevelopment of Prairie Village’s Meadowbrook Country Club as a model. [The Real Deal: Examining a new approach for Brookridge redevelopment — Kansas City Business Journal]

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