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Faced with the prospect of having an earlier ordinance repealed, Centennial councilmembers have introduced three new ordinances dealing with development on the Arapahoe Road corridor. At the Feb. 6 city council meeting, the issue of the … more
The 11th annual Colorado Environmental Film Festival takes place Feb. 23-25 at the American Mountaineering Center, 710 10th St. in Golden. Fifty-one films will be shown that raise awareness of a wide range of interconnected ecological, social and … more
A bill to increase penalties for drivers convicted of distracted driving related to cellphone use passed the state Senate's State, Veterans & Military Affairs Committee on Feb. 8 by a 4-1 vote. The committee amended some of the bill's language … more
Colorado's Democratic House leadership said any effort to create a permanent funding source to improve the state's congested road network must not sacrifice education spending. On Feb. 8, a month into Colorado's four-month legislative session, … more
A bill that would allow teachers and other public school employees who have the proper permit to carry a handgun on campus after completing safety training has passed the Republican-controlled state Senate. The legislation is sponsored by Senate … more
After 25 years of flying and 8,000 hours in the sky, pilot Ty Carter saw a gap in the aviation industry: the expense of private flight. Three years ago in Overland Park, Kansas, Carter launched MemberJets, proprietary software that connects … more
The minimum wage increase that took effect in Colorado at the beginning of the year is having a minimal impact so far on the south metro Denver business community, according to several proprietors and industry experts. While some employers are … more
The number of calls from community members to the Colorado Child Abuse & Neglect hotline grew last year by 24 percent over 2015, an increase that hotline officials say reflects a growing understanding that everyone has a role in protecting … more
In the city's search for their next city manager, Centennial chose Peckham & McKenney as the search firm that will help fill the role. The city is spending $18,500 for the firm's services along with expenses not to exceed $7,800. According to … more
Helping kick off the year of the rooster, children at the Koelbel Library in Centennial learned about traditions from another culture as they dove into a Chinese New Year event the morning of Jan. 28. The kids enjoyed a story about the Chinese … more
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