Restaurant and retail updates for the Country Club Plaza, the Crossroads, Lawrence, Leawood, Legends Outlets, Lenexa, the Northland, Overland Park, Power & Light District, south Kansas City, Westport and more.
Healthy Plus, a medical services company in Lee’s Summit led by former UMKC assistant basketball coach Sean Bledsoe, is relocating to Independence. The company plans to hire between 75 and 125 employees in the next two years.
City Manager Troy Schulte said on Tuesday, July 10, that technical errors by Westport businesses in drawing up new land records has stalled the privatization of sidewalks in the midtown entertainment district.
Newly released records by the Kansas Department of Labor claim that Schlitterbahn contacted a ride manufacturer to seek new maintenance requirements while an inspection was going on. Schlitterbahn denies the claim.
The Unified Government has reached an initial agreement with grocery co-op The Merc to run a grocery store in downtown Kansas City, Kan. A new location for the $6 million grocery store is at 5th and Minnesota.
Pearl Tavern opens Wednesday, July 11, in the former 810 Zone at 1672 N.W. Chipman Road in Lee's Summit. The restaurant's menu is heavy on seafood options. The owners also own Summit Grill and Boru Ramen Bar.
If Mid Continent Nail Corporation, "on the brink of extinction" as a result of Donald Trump's tariff on steel, has to close, it would hurt everyone in Poplar Bluff, Missouri. But few there would blame the president.