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Leawood Foundation raising funds for permanent restrooms on city trails

The Leawood Foundation, an organization that funds city amenities that might not be funded by tax dollars, is working to add public restrooms along the city’s trail system. Project details:

The Leawood Foundation, an organization that funds city amenities that might not be funded by tax dollars, is working to add public restrooms along the city’s trail system. Project details:

Leawood approves final $66M budget with same property tax rate — Here are the details

Leawood City Hall

The Leawood City Council on Tuesday night gave final approval to the city’s $66.1 million budget for the upcoming year — as well as the city’s intent to exceed the

The Leawood City Council on Tuesday night gave final approval to the city’s $66.1 million budget for the upcoming year — as well as the city’s intent to exceed the

Shop Local KC now open in Leawood’s Ranch Mart, selling ‘homegrown’ goods and gifts

Shop Local KC

Local online retailer Shop Local KC, which specializes in selling products from local artists and makers, has opened its second brick-and-mortar location, this time at the newly remodeled Ranch Mart

Local online retailer Shop Local KC, which specializes in selling products from local artists and makers, has opened its second brick-and-mortar location, this time at the newly remodeled Ranch Mart

Idea Space KC, new after-school learning hub in Leawood, now accepting students

IDEA Space KC, The Barstow School’s new hands-on learning center in Leawood, will officially celebrate its grand opening with a ribbon-cutting next month. Where exactly: Idea Space KC will operate

IDEA Space KC, The Barstow School’s new hands-on learning center in Leawood, will officially celebrate its grand opening with a ribbon-cutting next month. Where exactly: Idea Space KC will operate

Leawood’s pit bull ban is still on the books, but how is it actually enforced?

Leawood’s dangerous animal ordinance banning pit bulls went into effect in 2003 and is the last of its kind in Johnson County. As the Leawood City Council looks into asking for

Leawood’s dangerous animal ordinance banning pit bulls went into effect in 2003 and is the last of its kind in Johnson County. As the Leawood City Council looks into asking for

Leawood gives final OK for new Somerset Shops liquor store next to Prairie Village

The Leawood City Council on Monday gave unanimous final approval for a new high-end liquor store called Leawood Wine & Spirits to move into a vacant space at the Somerset

The Leawood City Council on Monday gave unanimous final approval for a new high-end liquor store called Leawood Wine & Spirits to move into a vacant space at the Somerset

Leawood approves new citywide crosswalk policy after 6-year-old was hit at intersection last year

The Leawood City Council this week unanimously approved the adoption of a new citywide pedestrian crossing policy, following concerns raised by residents in recent months. Another thing: The council at

The Leawood City Council this week unanimously approved the adoption of a new citywide pedestrian crossing policy, following concerns raised by residents in recent months. Another thing: The council at

Leawood OKs plan for new liquor store in Somerset Shops — Here’s when it could open

The Leawood Planning Commission has advanced plans for Leawood Wine & Spirits, a new liquor store coming to the Somerset Shops. The planning commission on Tuesday unanimously approved plans for

The Leawood Planning Commission has advanced plans for Leawood Wine & Spirits, a new liquor store coming to the Somerset Shops. The planning commission on Tuesday unanimously approved plans for

Leawood Chamber of Commerce looking for new CEO as former president begins new educational role

The Leawood Chamber of Commerce will soon be under new leadership. Kevin Jeffries, former CEO and president, stepped down from the role to take a position at De Soto’s Unified

The Leawood Chamber of Commerce will soon be under new leadership. Kevin Jeffries, former CEO and president, stepped down from the role to take a position at De Soto’s Unified

Leawood mixed-use development construction begins at 86th and State Line

Following a months-long permitting process, construction officially kicked off this summer on a $50 million mixed-use development at 8680 State Line in Leawood. What’s getting built? Work has begun on

Following a months-long permitting process, construction officially kicked off this summer on a $50 million mixed-use development at 8680 State Line in Leawood. What’s getting built? Work has begun on

Leawood poised to exceed revenue neutral property tax level for 2023

Correction: The original version of the story incorrectly stated that Leawood’s 2023 budget called for an increase in the property tax rate. The budget in fact calls for the property

Correction: The original version of the story incorrectly stated that Leawood’s 2023 budget called for an increase in the property tax rate. The budget in fact calls for the property