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  • Northeast railroad bridge continues to stifle motorists

    August 23rd, 2016
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    Northeast News KANSAS CITY, Missouri – The sight is all too common; a capsized semi-truck blocking traffic along Independence Avenue.
    Northeast residents know the spot.


    NE-based The Philistines bringing space-rock vibes to Colonnade

    August 16th, 2016
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    Northeast News KANSAS CITY, Missouri – Five of the six members of The Philistines have gathered for band practice at the Historic Northeast home of founding members Cody Wyoming and


    KCMO moves on to next phase of $10 million dangerous buildings demolition program

    August 16th, 2016
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    Northeast News KANSAS CITY, Missouri – Northeast residents can expect to see some of the area’s dangerous buildings demolished over the next several months.
    Earlier this summer, the city of Kansas


    ‘Latinos and Baseball’ collecting initiative kickoff at Kansas City Museum is a hit

    August 16th, 2016
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    Northeast News KANSAS CITY, Missouri – A new collecting initiative focusing on the importance of baseball in Latino communities was officially launched last weekend with a series of events at


    KCMO completes purchase of blighted Royale Inn, makes plans for demolition

    August 9th, 2016
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    Northeast News KANSAS CITY, Missouri – The city’s purchase of the long-blighted Royale Inn (6th and Paseo) has finally been completed, and the structure is now slated for a swift demolition.
    The


    Rizzo, Burnett win primaries

    August 9th, 2016
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    Northeast News KANSAS CITY, Missouri – Unofficial August 2 election results show that John Rizzo and Ingrid Burnett have won hard-fought victories in their District 11 State Senate and District


    Back to School 2016: Q&A with new KCPS Superintendent

    August 3rd, 2016
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    Northeast News KANSAS CITY, Missouri – New Kansas City Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Mark Bedell may be new to the area, but he’s highly experienced in the field of education.


    Back to School 2016: Soccer for Success program still seeking participants despite rapid growth

    August 3rd, 2016
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    Northeast News When Mattie Rhodes Center Soccer for Success program coordinator Amanda Mitchell joined the team last fall, fewer than 100 kids participated in the after-school soccer program.


  • 29-year-old KC man charged in severe beating of child

    July 26th, 2016
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    Northeast News KANSAS CITY, Missouri-A 29-year-old Kansas City man stands accused of Domestic Assault in the First Degree in the vicious beating of a five-year-old boy.
    A $200,000 bond was requested


    McCaskill visits KC Health Department, hosts roundtable discussion on opioid addiction

    July 26th, 2016
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    Northeast News KANSAS CITY, Missouri – The state of Missouri has become the #1 state in the Midwest for opiate prescriptions, according to U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill, but bipartisan legislation


    CORO KC interns set community service project for July 23

    July 19th, 2016
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    Northeast News KANSAS CITY, Missouri – A dozen interns sponsored by Park University will wrap up an eight-week public affairs program on Saturday, July 23, by holding a group community


    Independence Avenue Overlay District approved by city council

    July 19th, 2016
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    Northeast News KANSAS CITY, Missouri – The proposed Independence Corridor Overlay district is now one step away from becoming a reality.
    The community-backed, 3.5 mile overlay district earned the unanimous approval


    Kansas City Council unanimously approves $7 million for 18th and Vine revitalization

    July 19th, 2016
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    Northeast News KANSAS CITY, Missouri – After 49 days of discussion, an amended version of the 18th and Vine Historic District redevelopment plan earned unanimous approval from the KCMO City


    18th & Vine vote delayed again, re-set for July 14

    July 12th, 2016
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    Northeast News KANSAS CITY, Missouri – Once again, a decision about a multi-million dollar redevelopment proposal for the 18th and Vine district will have to wait for another day –


    Partially collapsed Columbus Park building crushes parked car, set for demolition

    July 12th, 2016
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    Northeast News KANSAS CITY, Missouri – A Columbus Park structure at 523 Campbell has been targeted for demolition after parts of its front facade collapsed onto a parked vehicle on


    Graffiti once again popping up throughout NE

    July 6th, 2016
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    Northeast News KANSAS CITY, Missouri – Northeast residents are growing tired of the ever-increasing bouts of graffiti in the area, and they aren’t alone.


    Northeast bus route now goes to Westside

    July 6th, 2016
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    Northeast News KANSAS CITY, Missouri – The 30-Northeast bus route has had a long history of poor on-time performance, according to the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority, but the KCATA


    Hubbard & Kurtz internship program is a boon for all

    July 6th, 2016
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    Northeast News KANSAS CITY, Missouri – Aside from its respected law practice, the Hubbard  & Kurtz law firm is perhaps best known for the larger-than-life artistic rendering of an


    Area political candidates make first impressions at Scuola Vita Nuova forum

    June 28th, 2016
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    Northeast News KANSAS CITY, Missouri – The first step towards a new District 11 State Senator and District 19 State Representative were taken on Thursday, June 23, as five hopefuls


    chronicles

    June 28th, 2016
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    Caroline M. Poje Caroline M. Poje, 79 of Polo, MO entered eternal life June 21st, 2016 at Northcare Hospice House in North Kansas City, MO.


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