A group of Healing House volunteers, Ronda Thomas (from left), Lisa Jo Reed, Kari Stanberry and Tammy Lucas cleaned up in front of the former Thacher School on June 28 in Kansas City’s historic Northeast area. City officials on Monday announced a menu of programs to bolster the historic Northeast and boost housing conditions and business development.
A group of Healing House volunteers, Ronda Thomas (from left), Lisa Jo Reed, Kari Stanberry and Tammy Lucas cleaned up in front of the former Thacher School on June 28 in Kansas City’s historic Northeast area. City officials on Monday announced a menu of programs to bolster the historic Northeast and boost housing conditions and business development. File photo by T. Rob Brown Special to The Star
A group of Healing House volunteers, Ronda Thomas (from left), Lisa Jo Reed, Kari Stanberry and Tammy Lucas cleaned up in front of the former Thacher School on June 28 in Kansas City’s historic Northeast area. City officials on Monday announced a menu of programs to bolster the historic Northeast and boost housing conditions and business development. File photo by T. Rob Brown Special to The Star

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July 28, 2014 2:05 PM

Officials announce initiatives to renew Kansas City’s Northeast neighborhoods

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