Sunday morning fire at Villa Medici Apartments damages townhouse unit. Firefighters from Overland Park, Consolidated Fired District No. 2 and Leawood responded to a fire Sunday at about 10 a.m. in the 5300 Block of W. 96th St. at the Villa Medici Apartments. The three residents of the townhouse were evacuated and the fire was contained to the basement area. There were no injuries but there was fire damage to the basement and smoke damage throughout the residence. Firefighters believe the fire started in a personal sauna unit.
Bishop Miege coach earns milestone victory. Terry English, who has coached the Lady Stags for 40 seasons, earned win No. 800 on Friday night as Bishop Miege rolled McPherson, 62-45. Bishop Miege is 2-0 on the year and is currently on a 62-game winning streak.
Coffee with a Cop this Friday in Mission. The Twisted Sisters Coffee Shop at 5606 Johnson Dr. will host Coffee with a Cop this Friday from 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Join police and you neighbors for free coffee, donuts and a chance to chat.
Creighton earns commitment from Shawnee Mission East soccer player. While she’s in basketball season currently, Josie Clough will continue her soccer career in Omaha, Neb., as a Bluejay.
Westwood holiday tree pickup to continue through Jan. 4. Town & Country will be collecting holiday tree and yard waste through Wednesday, January 4th. After this date the yard waste program will be suspended until March 2017.
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