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Overland Park signs off on Promontory development’s next phase — Here’s what’s coming

Plans for the ongoing Promontory redevelopment at 91st Street and Metcalf Avenue took another step forward this week. What happened: At Wednesday’s meeting, the Overland Park City Council’s Finance, Administration

Plans for the ongoing Promontory redevelopment at 91st Street and Metcalf Avenue took another step forward this week. What happened: At Wednesday’s meeting, the Overland Park City Council’s Finance, Administration


Here’s where and when children under 5 can get COVID-19 shots in Johnson County

COVID-19 vaccines are now available for Johnson County’s youngest residents. What happened: Over the weekend, the CDC officially gave the green light for children between six months and five years

COVID-19 vaccines are now available for Johnson County’s youngest residents. What happened: Over the weekend, the CDC officially gave the green light for children between six months and five years




Overland Park poised to move forward with 91st Street trail — Here’s how it will be funded

Plans may be moving forward this week for a long-anticipated bike and pedestrian trail in Overland Park, with the help of both state and federal funding. What’s happening: At Wednesday’s

Plans may be moving forward this week for a long-anticipated bike and pedestrian trail in Overland Park, with the help of both state and federal funding. What’s happening: At Wednesday’s




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