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    Holiday Puppy Party at the North-East Library

    Dorri Partain Northeast News The Northeast Library teamed up with KC Pet Project for last Sunday’s Holiday Puppy Party.  Participants […]

    Operation Santa kicks off today at Della Lamb, serving over 1,000 local residents

    This project will serve over 1,000 low-income families, giving them all the items needed for a full Christmas.

    Congressman Cleaver announces $25 million grant to improve Buck O’Neil Bridge

    The Better Utilizing Investments to Leverage Development (BUILD) grant will include creating a wider bridge span, separated facilities for pedestrians bicyclists, and connector ramps.

  • KCPS Superintendent Bedell understands the importance of positive mentors

    September 7th, 2016
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    Northeast News KANSAS CITY, Missouri – First-year Kansas City Public Schools (KCPS) Superintendent Dr. Mark Bedell will personally mentor Northeast High School freshman Samari Shelton during the 2016-2017 school year.


    NE teens play heroes during flash flooding

    September 7th, 2016
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    Northeast News KANSAS CITY, Missouri – Water cascaded down Truman Road like a river on the night of Friday, August 26, rising to a dangerous high-water mark under an oft-flooded


    NEHS grad Easley heading to Missouri Valley HOF

    August 30th, 2016
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    Northeast News KANSAS CITY, Missouri – Former Northeast High School basketball star Jack Easley is one of six members set to be inducted in the 2016 class of the Missouri


    CID Ambassadors work for a better tomorrow

    August 30th, 2016
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    Northeast News KANSAS CITY, Missouri – Independence Avenue is trending in the right direction, says Kenneth McKinzy, and he would know.
    McKinzy is an Independence Avenue Community Improvement District (CID) Ambassador,


    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