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Sixty-six students at an elementary school in Denver will be bundled up in warm coats this winter, thanks to the efforts of SkyView Academy students and their Warm Coats, Warm Hearts Donation Drive. Johnson Elementary, located near Jewell Avenue … more
Russian Garry Kasparov, hailed by many as the world's greatest chess player, can no longer return to Moscow to visit his mother because his political activism against the government makes it dangerous to do so. more
The Littleton Public Schools Board of Education has unanimously approved the establishment of a safety and mental-health advisory committee that will review protocols and recommend improvements. “I do appreciate the opportunity to share what we … more
Ana Martinez, 17, rarely gets to use scissors, let alone scalpels and forceps. But on Nov. 14, she and a couple dozen other blind people got to use all of the above to dissect some sharks. “I like exploring the shark and touching it,” said … more
The city's planning board agreed with some Oakbrook residents who feel an assisted-living facility proposed for the Oakbrook Shopping Center is just simply too tall. “It's just the mammoth size of it in their face that they're upset about,” … more
Littleton Adventist Hospital, one of the city's largest employers, is making way for even more employees and expanding its services by adding a radiation oncology center for cancer patients. “Littleton Adventist Hospital is for you, with you, … more
Not many parents dread their child's third birthday. But Kristin and Jared Hoover, parents of 2½-year-old Jacob, who has Down syndrome, worry that Jacob's learning progression will cease when he turns 3. At 3, the family's Developmental … more
The Littleton Public Schools Board of Education has begun its formal process for the selection of a new superintendent. The board has contracted with the Colorado Association of School Boards to … more
Eight south metro breweries will release a winter beer they co-created on Dec. 5. Beer lovers who sample the weizenbock at each of the businesses will earn a commemorative glass. “The point is to get people out and visit the local breweries; … more
Changes have come for one of the area's most active charitable organizations. After 11 years as the executive director of the Douglas/Elbert Task Force, Suzanne Greene will be retiring at the end of the year. “My 11 years as the executive … more
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