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Here’s what to know about $800M in upgrades happening at 2 aging JoCo wastewater plants

Two major improvement projects costing more than $800 million combined are bringing some much needed upgrades to two of the county’s oldest wastewater treatment facilities. What’s going on? The two

Two major improvement projects costing more than $800 million combined are bringing some much needed upgrades to two of the county’s oldest wastewater treatment facilities. What’s going on? The two


This historic building in downtown Overland Park could soon get a facelift

Plans for a new headquarters for the Overland Park Historical Society progressed this week. What’s new? The Overland Park Planning Commission this week unanimously approved a certificate of conformity that

Plans for a new headquarters for the Overland Park Historical Society progressed this week. What’s new? The Overland Park Planning Commission this week unanimously approved a certificate of conformity that




Sewer project at 103rd and Metcalf to disrupt traffic for months — Here’s when and how

Drivers heading through the busy intersection at 103rd Street and Metcalf Avenue can expect to see some changes there in the coming weeks should also anticipate some traffic disruptions. What’s

Drivers heading through the busy intersection at 103rd Street and Metcalf Avenue can expect to see some changes there in the coming weeks should also anticipate some traffic disruptions. What’s



U.S. House approves bills targeting pandemic relief fraud that impacted dozens of Johnson Countians

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Kansans who have been victims of pandemic relief-related fraud, including some Johnson Countians, may soon have a longer window in which to potentially seek justice.  What happened: On Wednesday, the

Kansans who have been victims of pandemic relief-related fraud, including some Johnson Countians, may soon have a longer window in which to potentially seek justice.  What happened: On Wednesday, the


Here’s what redrawn Kansas State Board of Education map means for Johnson County

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Johnson County school districts’ representation on the Kansas State Board of Education will look different moving forward. What happened: Along with newly redrawn Congressional and state legislative district boundaries, the lines

Johnson County school districts’ representation on the Kansas State Board of Education will look different moving forward. What happened: Along with newly redrawn Congressional and state legislative district boundaries, the lines


Overland Park committee approves city-county partnership for fire station use

Plans for continued sharing of fire and medical resources between Overland Park and Johnson County moved forward last night. At this month’s meeting, Overland Park’s Public Safety Committee unanimously approved

Plans for continued sharing of fire and medical resources between Overland Park and Johnson County moved forward last night. At this month’s meeting, Overland Park’s Public Safety Committee unanimously approved



Visit OP’s new boss looks to future following pandemic years — ‘We have a lot to offer’

Overland Park’s visitor and tourism department is officially under new leadership now that Visit Overland Park has brought Warren Wilkinson on as the organization’s new president.  Who he is: Wilkinson

Overland Park’s visitor and tourism department is officially under new leadership now that Visit Overland Park has brought Warren Wilkinson on as the organization’s new president.  Who he is: Wilkinson


Overland Park committee OKs request for public drinking during new downtown events

Plans for community events that could involve public drinking in Overland Park progressed this week.  The city’s Community Development Committee this month unanimously approved a request from the Downtown Overland

Plans for community events that could involve public drinking in Overland Park progressed this week.  The city’s Community Development Committee this month unanimously approved a request from the Downtown Overland


Theatre in the Park kicks off outdoor season with ‘Something Rotten’ — What you need to know

Theatre in the Park officially makes its return to Shawnee Mission Park this weekend with a production of the musical comedy “Something Rotten,” a quirky homage to Shakespeare and Elizabethan

Theatre in the Park officially makes its return to Shawnee Mission Park this weekend with a production of the musical comedy “Something Rotten,” a quirky homage to Shakespeare and Elizabethan