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City launches free ridesharing program

For the next six months, the City of Centennial is making public transit easier for commuters who use the Dry Creek Light Rail Station. Centennial has partnered with Lyft — the fastest growing rideshare service in the nation — in hopes of …
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Families on the fast track

About 40,000 people in the world are licensed to compete in drag racing, and for many of them, racing is a family tradition. The modern sport was established in 1951 and was designed for adult drivers. But the National Hot Rod Association looked …
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Red skies at night

Thick clouds of oily black smoke billowed from the Centennial Airport airfield on the night of Aug. 16, illuminated by the flashing red and blue lights of 35 ambulances and fire engines responding to …
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    • Retirement community will host walk to end Alzheimer’s

      Jim Chunn, a resident of Someren Glen Retirement Community in Centennial, recalls his late wife’s experience with Alzheimer’s: Jan was diagnosed with the disease about 6 1/2 years ago when the couple was living in San Francisco. The last …

    • Four things to know about Littleton Public Schools this year

      School is back in session this week for Littleton Public Schools’ 15,000 students. Here’s a look at what’s new as classes got underway Aug. 18. 1. Runyon Elementary is back Students are back at Damon Runyon Elementary School in Littleton …

    • Judge: Suspect in slaying of Centennial doctor can stand trial

      A judge found probable cause for a Centennial man to stand trial for allegedly killing his neighbor and shooting two other people, including his own wife, as well as shooting at other neighbors and two police officers in April. Kevin Lyons, 46, …

    • Wooden cars delight Nicaraguan children

      Wooden cars created in Centennial resident Bob Wing’s basement workshop and cars made by other Toys for God’s Kids volunteers produced ear-to-ear smiles as they were placed in the hands of children in a small village in northern …

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