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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
City must step up for housing authority project

T he city commission was stuck between a rock and a hard place this week as it considered whether to give Manhattan Housing Authority a $1 million loan to complete renovations on a low-income apartment building. The building, the Manhattan Apartment Towers at the corner of Fifth and Leavenworth streets, was built in 1974 and has 88 studio and one-bedroom units.

Serial rapist preying on KU, K-State students since 2000 now linked to 2015 case

Riley County Police Department director Brad Schoen revealed that a 2015 rape attempt in Manhattan, Kan., has been linked to an earlier series of rapes in Manhattan and Lawrence. Riley County Police Department director Brad Schoen revealed that a 2015 rape attempt in Manhattan, Kan., has been linked to an earlier series of rapes in Manhattan and Lawrence.

Some commissioners seek lower property taxes

The Manhattan City Commission on Tuesday held its final budget work session before the Aug. 1 public hearing on the 2018 budget. The city's published 2018 budget sets the mill levy at 48.504 mills, an increase of 0.481 mills.

Furniture Amnesty Day benefits community

I t's almost time for the annual musical chairs of rental properties. We're nearing Aug. 1, a day that many leases in this university town change hands.

Kansas State University Team Receives Nearly $11 Million COBRE Grant...

Newswise - MANHATTAN, KANSAS - The National Institutes of Health is awarding a Kansas State University-led team of psychological sciences researchers with a prestigious five-year, $10.6 million Centers of Biomedical Research Excellence, or COBRE , grant. It is the largest grant in the history of the psychological sciences department.

Manhattan Housing Authority requests loan from city

At a recent city commission work session, the Manhattan Housing Authority brought a request to the board: to obtain a million dollar loan from the city to fund the completion of theHigh Rise Apartment Towers property on Leavenworth Street between 5th and 4th Streets -a low income housing building built in 1974 that holds 88 apartments for those who qualify. According to Manhattan Housing Authority's executive director, JoAnn Sutton, the building needs all new windows and sewer lines, as this was the original cause of the mold.

Police report for July 25

Free on $3,000 bond. a Cornelius Ethridge Jr., 39, 1124 Fremont St. Apt. B, for intoxicated pedestrian in the street while in the 1100 block of Moro Street.

Has Manhattan examined other treatments for pools?

A: Despite the recent headlines regarding Northview Pool, city officials still think that chlorine is the best way to keep its pools clean, based on price and safety. On July 12, 10 lifeguards required treatment at Via Christi Hospital after a malfunction of the chlorine controllers caused an excess amount of chlorine to be released at Northview Pool.

Grayson Alan Fox

Grayson Alan Fox was born July 17, 2017, to Hayley and Alan Fox, of Manhattan. Grayson weighed 6 pounds and 14 ounces and was 20.5 inches long.

Heat causes US-24 to buckle

Excessive heat Saturday caused asphalt pavement to buckle just east of Excel Road on U.S. Highway 24, east of Manhattan. The buckled asphalt formed about a 10-inch ridge across the southernmost westbound lane of U.S. 24, Pottawatomie County Public Works Director Peter Clark told county commissioners Monday.

Managing Your Money - July 25, 2017

In this week's Managing Your Money, Larie Schoap tells Dave about the 3rd Annual home-grown celebration. Everything is watermelon related, with fun activities and contests for the whole family.

RCPD activity report 7/24/17

Riley County Police Officers responded to a report of an injury accident at the intersection of Westwood Rd. and Oak St. Friday at approximately 5:41 PM. On Monday's RCPD activity report, police say when officers arrived on scene, they found an overturned Harley Davidson motorcycle, driven by William Bartnick, 22, of Fort Riley.

International meeting highlighted to intergovernmental leaders

Kansas State University and the city of Manhattan were well-represented at a recent international conference-known as the International Town and Gown Association. Student body President Jack Ayres talked to Manhattan area Intergovernmental leaders Monday, highlighting part of the conference's purpose, which was an opportunity to hear from different cities and universities about what has been done to bolster responses and efforts to prevent sexual assault and to increase responsible use of alcohol.

Housing authority seeks $1M loan for tower repairs

The Manhattan Housing Authority is seeking a $1 million loan from the city to finish repairs at its Apartment Towers. While the city established the housing authority in 1969, it now serves as a separate city agency although a city commission liaison is on the authority's board.

Preschool director combines love of kids, faith

Tynisha Moore has been the director of First Lutheran's Lamb of God Early Childhood Ministry for more than two years. Moore said the job allows her to combine her faith and profession.

Police report for July 24

Confined on $1,500 bond. a Dustin Lee Price, 36, 581 Zeandale Roade, for battery of a law enforcement officer/city/county employee, criminal trespass and interfering with a law enforcement officer.

Producing summer's "Beauty and Beast" a big undertaking

At 166 or so, the youthful cast of Manhattan Parks and Rec's 2017 "Summer Youth Musical" may have been near the recent record for participants in local theatrical productions. Toss in a pit band of 14 and a staff of 36 and you've got an idea of the sort of organizational job it was to put on "Disney's Beauty and the Beast" this summer in K-State's McCain Auditorium.

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