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Immediately after it became official last week that legislative efforts to deal with hydraulic fracturing had ended, pro-fracking Republicans in key statewide races ramped up pressure on their … more
Orlando “Koa” Halpern has his own nonprofit, has been a concert master as a violinist, tutors kindergartners in Spanish, acts in a Web series, has been featured in numerous publications, won too many awards to count, builds rockets, has a … more
Longtime Littleton resident Mary Bradford passed away peacefully at age 85 on July 13. Her community will gather to celebrate her life at 2 p.m. on Thursday, July 24, at Littleton United Methodist Church, 5894 S. Datura St., Littleton. During a … more
South Metro Housing Options on July 21 named Christopher Shaffner its new executive director. Shaffner previously served as the chief operating officer at the Adams County Housing Authority. During his time there, he led stakeholders to develop … more
Three men smashed display cases and stole several high-end watches from a Park Meadows mall jewelry store just before closing time July 18. Police are searching for the trio, described as black men … more
A woman was arrested July 18 on charges of attempted murder and arson in connection to the June 23 apartment fire that occurred at the Copper Terrace Apartment Complex in Centennial. Naomi … more
The front door to the community isn't what it used to be. Newcomers to a city or town these days rarely feel the need to stop by the local chamber of commerce to pick up a map or a list of … more
Bow Mar Mayor Rick Pilgrim confirmed on July 16 that General Growth Properties, which owns Southwest Plaza, submitted a formal annexation application to the town on July 11. more
The battle over hydraulic fracturing revved up last week as a diverse group of state, energy and business leaders joined Gov. John Hickenlooper in speaking out against potential ballot measures that would limit the oil- and gas-drilling practice statewide. more
Kids will go back to school earlier than they thought next August, thanks to a change in the calendar approved by the Littleton Public Schools Board of Education on June 26. The new first day of school is Aug. 15, moved back from Aug. 18. The … more
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