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Transport Brewery plans to open microbrewery, taproom in downtown Shawnee

A new brewery, complete with award-winning, locally-crafted beers, is opening in Shawnee. Construction is expected to begin soon for Transport Brewery at 11113 Johnson Drive, next to Aztec Theater and

A new brewery, complete with award-winning, locally-crafted beers, is opening in Shawnee. Construction is expected to begin soon for Transport Brewery at 11113 Johnson Drive, next to Aztec Theater and


Shawnee approves public finance incentives district for proposed Bellmont Promenade project

Shawnee has taken a significant step to move the proposed Bellmont Promenade project at Shawnee Mission Parkway and Maurer Road forward, approving the creation of a redevelopment district that could

Shawnee has taken a significant step to move the proposed Bellmont Promenade project at Shawnee Mission Parkway and Maurer Road forward, approving the creation of a redevelopment district that could





Mission starts Adopt-A-Street program to keep roads clean

Mission is seeking volunteers to help keep city streets clean. The new Adopt-A-Street program enables private businesses, neighborhood associations, community and civic organizations and churches to pick a Mission city

Mission is seeking volunteers to help keep city streets clean. The new Adopt-A-Street program enables private businesses, neighborhood associations, community and civic organizations and churches to pick a Mission city




Merriam seeking CDBG funds for better street lighting

Energy-efficient lighting, safer streets and better visibility at night. These are some of Merriam’s goals as it continues to improve street lighting through federal funding. The Merriam council this week

Energy-efficient lighting, safer streets and better visibility at night. These are some of Merriam’s goals as it continues to improve street lighting through federal funding. The Merriam council this week



Mission considering $210,000 lease for new Sylvester Powell cardio equipment

Mission’s community center might be getting $210,000 worth of new cardio equipment. The Mission city council at its community development meeting last week discussed a lease agreement to replace the

Mission’s community center might be getting $210,000 worth of new cardio equipment. The Mission city council at its community development meeting last week discussed a lease agreement to replace the