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Ask Jessie: My neighbor’s junk cars are driving me crazy

Dear Jessie, My neighbor must really like cars because he has three of them, all junkers, parked on the street out front.

A new face on the old Duke’s

By Samantha Belcourt Northeast News KANSAS CITY, Missouri — The Downtown Pizza Company has not only been serving Kansas City pizza, but also serves as a steward of the downtown area.

Back Door Pottery a staple along St. John Avenue

By Samantha Belcourt Northeast News KANSAS CITY, Missouri — Back Door Pottery was originally built in the 1920’s.

Mounties to climb

By Dale Castle Northeast News KANSAS CITY, Missouri — The narrow, one lane road with a two foot tall limestone wall on one side gently snakes its way up a gradual

Academie Lafayette, KCPS Suspend Negotiations

Kansas City, MO. – On March 10, 2015, the Academie Lafayette Board of Directors and Kansas City Public Schools (KCPS) agreed to step back

NE Chamber wins award

By MICAH WILKINS Northeast News August 20, 2014 KANSAS CITY, Missouri – The Northeast Kansas City Chamber of Commerce can now add the title “award winning” to its resume. The chamber won an award for Best Economic Restructuring Project from the Missouri Main Street program for its efforts to improve Independence Avenue. The Missouri Main […]

The life of an intern

By MICAH WILKINS Northeast News August 13, 2014 Within the past two months I’ve tried, both literally and figuratively, to throw myself into the Northeast neighborhood of Kansas City. Eight weeks ago, I accepted a position as the editorial intern for the Northeast News. Five weeks ago I moved into a house in Indian Mound. […]

What goes on behind the scenes at a community newspaper?

  By Kailey Mgrdichian Northeast News August 6, 2014 You read the newspaper every week, but do you know what it takes to make one? There are the emails, the stories, the proofreading, the layout, the printing and finally the packaging. I learned today how the Northeast News is made. I first took a tour […]

Central to the Historic Northeast community

By Joshua Phillips Northeast News July 2, 2014 KANSAS CITY, Missouri – With partnerships and participation in the community, one financial institution has been central to the Historic Northeast community. Since it opened on Truman road in March 1951, Central Bank of Kansas City, Mo., has spent its time operating for the residents of the […]

Joslyn offers tips for leading a healthier lifestyle in 2014

  By LESLIE COLLINS Northeast News June 4, 2014 Each year, Americans make New Year’s resolutions, mostly about diet and exercise. A number of resolutions are broken within a matter of weeks, but Dr. Elaine Joslyn of NEighborhood Family Care offers solid tips for realistically leading a healthier lifestyle in 2014. When it comes to […]