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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
Registration is now open for a state-backed poetry competition, and prospective participants have until Jan. 13 to decide whether to be — or not to be — part of the contest. The Poetry Out Loud competition is a program designed to give high … more
A Centennial man will serve life in prison for the 2012 murder of his mother. A jury found Ari Misha Liggett, 26, guilty of first-degree murder after deliberation on Nov. 10, after a trial that … more
The state House Democratic Caucus came together on Nov. 14 to elect a new leadership team that will be made up almost entirely of either minorities or women when lawmakers begin work in January. more
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