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Manhattan, Kansas has been nicknamed "The Little Apple," to separate from New York's Manhattan which is known as "The Big Apple." Largely defined by the students of Kansas State University, the city has several attractions and events that keep it bustling during the college year. Aggieville is a six block area of Manhattan that consists of college-age oriented bars, restaurants and shops. It has become the hub of Manhattan's nightlife. The city has been home to actress Cassandra Peterson ("Elvira" of Mistress of the Dark) and actor Brian Doyle-Murray (Groundhog Day, Caddyshack).

Population: 51904
Local Newspapers: Manhattan Free Press Manhattan Mercury Kansas City Kansan Record Topeka Capital Journal
Local Sports Teams: Topeka Scarecrows (USHL) Kansas State Wildcats
Local Colleges: Kansas State University

Zip Codes associated with manhattan, kansas: 66502 66503
Towns/Cities near manhattan, kansas : St George Junction City Ogden Westmoreland Wamego

Manhattan News
Information needed by Riley County Police

Riley County Police are asking for the public's health regarding an altercation reported early Saturday morning. According to RCPD Public Information Officer Hali Rowland at approximately 3:50 a.m. RCPD received a report an altercation had taken place at the Blue Hills Shopping Center in Manhattan.

Context of city's eco devo success unclear

City officials have touted the success of the economic development program, and the numbers can interpreted in a way that backs that claim up. However, the City of Manhattan doesn't compare its program's figures to those of similar cities.

First-ever Renaissance Fest, costume contest, community pow wow and more

Learn about the people and four town-founding groups that arrived in Riley County during the era of Kansas Territory. 30th Anniversary Celebration: Group play with snacks and book reading at the new Tooth Story Children's Play Area, noon.

Superintendent announces retirement from Ottawa school district

Superintendent Jeanne Stroh is retiring from the Ottawa school district, but she's not quite ready to finish her work in education just yet.

USD 383 should support growing program for non-native English speakers

The population of non-native English speakers in the Manhattan-Ogden district is growing, as evidenced by a report to the USD 383 school board on Wednesday night. The program that teaches those students, which is called English to Speakers of Other Languages, saw an increase of about 50 students within the last year alone.

IGP-KSU Grain Elevator Managers Training Course ... Jan. 22-26 ... Manhattan, KS

This course is meant for grain elevator managers and those involved in grain storage who are interested in learning more efficient practices. Included in this course will be presentations from Kansas State faculty and staff, and other industry professionals.

Senate Republicans pass budget that will add $1.5 trillion to deficit, slash Medicare and Medicaid

MANHATTAN, Kan. - The Kansas Department of Agriculture has been awarded $296,405.62 through the Specialty Crop Block Grant Program administered by the U.S. Department of Agr... - Senate Republicans passed a budget late Thursday night following a series of votes, setting the stage for the GOP's ultimate goal of tackling tax reform later this year.

Riley County sides against consolidation of ambulance services

Riley County informed Pottawatomie County officials Thursday afternoon during a monthly joint meeting between the two governments, along with the City of Manhattan, that they would not consolidate ambulance services. Earlier in the day at the close of Riley County's commission meeting, Riley County EMS and Ambulance Director David Adams told commissioners he was aware Pottawatomie County favored consolidation.

Police report for Oct. 19

Confined on $6,000 bond. a Jesse Brant Porter, 22, 525 N. Manhattan Ave. No. 6, for aggravated criminal sodomy, rape and aggravated sexual battery.

Highway crashes send two to hospital

A Manhattan man was taken to the hospital after a two-vehicle crash Wednesday, according to a Kansas Highway Patrol report. Kaitlin Vaughn, 25 of Wellington, was stopped on Walters Drive at its intersection with U.S. Highway 24 in her 2015 Grand Cherokee.

The Game 10/18/17

Live from the Hy-Vee Market Grille in Manhattan. How much do we miss Jordan Willis? Pro Football Focus shows more love for K-State.

KSU-IC to purchase Innovation Center from city

The K-State Institute of Commercialization will pay $5.645 million to buy the Manhattan/K-State Innovation Center from the city. The center is an incubator facility for technology-based companies and the commercialization of university intellectual property.

Redesigned Grover Cobb Memorial rededicated Tuesday

Randy Cobb, left, and Ty Cobb, right, joined by family, pull off the cover of a new plaque honoring their father, Grover Cobb. The redesigned Grover Cobb Memorial on the campus of K-State was rededicated Tuesday.

Police report for Oct. 16

Confined on $1,500 bond. a Anthony Jules Nygraham, 20, 931 Moro St. No. 14, for domestic battery and criminal damage to property.

Pot arrests, racial bias dominate Monday law board meeting

Manhattan citizen Johnathan Cole was one of many to address the Riley County Law Board inside Manhattan's City Hall Monday afternoon. "It's not the fact that the crime is happening," Cole, a young white male said.

Police investigate Sunday shooting in Manhattan; $1,000 reward offered

The Riley County Police Department said someone reported shots fired around 1:36 a.m. near 519 North Manhattan Avenue. The Riley County Police Department said in a news release someone reported shots fired around 1:36 a.m. near 519 North Manhattan Avenue.

New Jersey man convicted in New York bombing that injured 30

A New Jersey man was convicted Monday of planting two pressure-cooker bombs on New York City streets, including one that injured 30 people with a rain of shrapnel when it detonated in a bustling neighborhood on a weekend night last summer. The verdict in Manhattan came after a two-week trial of 29-year-old Ahmad Khan Rahimi, an Afghanistan-born man living in Elizabeth.

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