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An independent car dealership is quietly closing in on a decade of success on 135th Street. Midwest AutoPark was forced to downshift when the pandemic hit, but now it’s picking up speed again, thanks to the reputation owner Sam Arnold has worked hard to establish.
“Our congregation has been here nearly ten years and the church itself goes much, much farther back,” says Pastor Darwin Neal of Anointed House of Glory. “It’s always been very special. And after everything that’s happened over the years, you can’t help but think it was just meant to be here.”
Inspired by a revival in 1946, the old church located at 135th Street and Charlotte in Martin City has endured despite difficult circumstances. Below is a historical timeline showing the evolution of the church from 1946 to 2020. Read the full story>> Homer “Roy” Lynn and Thelma Lynn donated part of their land for construction of the Faith Tabernacle...
In the past, businesses have paid an annual fee to be a part of the security program to help cover a portion of the costs, however, the CID Board of Directors recently voted to cover ALL costs of the security program and will provide the Enhanced Security Service to ALL businesses in the Martin City CID!
Midwest Recovery Centers is bigger than you might think. The company’s main offices are tucked away in two buildings on Holmes Road in Martin City and it owns five houses nearby in Kansas City and Overland Park where patients can stay during recovery. More than 50 patients now depend on the four-year-old business and the number keeps growing.
Whether you want to learn a new skill or get more involved in the community, there are plenty of options in Martin City. If you’re looking to donate a little extra time to build a better community, check out Habitat ReStore. The giant warehouse just south of 135th Street offers a terrific opportunity to do a little or a lot.
Leadership of Bold New Era in Martin City Stays in the Family. An extraordinary remodel, a classic menu, and a new General Manager renewing a family’s promise to the community where Jack Stack Barbecue first caught fire. “An exceptional experience has always been our priority,” says Taylor Dorman, grandson of founder Jack Fiorella (pictured above). “We’re more devoted than ever...