During this morning’s Board of County Commissioners meeting, seven businesses (listed below) that are leading the way in waste diversion and sustainability in Johnson County were recognized as the first class of Certified Green Partners.
The Johnson County Park & Recreation District 50 Plus program is one of the area's leading provider of recreation, leisure and travel activities for active adults. There are several events coming up in the next few weeks. Click on a link... more
Black History Month begins today, and Johnson County history contains some threads woven into the tapestry of fights for freedom and quality through the centuries. This blog post from the Johnson... more
Tomorrow, a team from the Johnson County Sheriff's Office will be among the brave souls who plunge into the icy water of Shawnee Mission Park Lake. The Sheriff's Office has participated in the Polar Plunge & Strut, benefitting Special... more
The Kansas Department of Health and Environment is working with the Kansas Department of Agriculture and the Johnson County Department of Health and Environment to investigate an outbreak of norovirus among individuals who attended performances... more
Tomorrow at a Committee of the Whole, the Board of County Commissioners will hear a presentation on the recommended concept development for a proposed new Johnson County Courthouse. For the past several months, a collaborative project team... more
Nearly 2,000 acres of land are ready for development thanks to the recent completion of three new sewer projects by Johnson County Wastewater. Residential development is expected to follow the JCW projects. Johnson County attracts nearly 10,000... more
Are you fascinated by storms? Attend the National Weather Service's 2016 storm spotter training seminar on Monday, Jan. 25 from 7 to 9 p.m. at B&B Overland Park 16 Theaters (8601 W. 135th St., Overland Park, KS 66223), theater #1. The... more