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After school on Dec. 6, a group of elementary and middle school kids from the YMCA fidgeted in front of J.C. Penney at Park Meadows mall, waiting excitedly to shop with Broncos outside linebacker DeMarcus Ware. J.C. Penney partnered with the YMCA … more
This holiday season, Arapahoe County Judicial Services is taking advantage of the crafting skills of offenders performing community service. The Toyland program, which has been in place since 1992, gives offenders an opportunity to receive credit … more
Leslie Jacobson recently purchased a vacant unit on the corner of Arapahoe Road and Havana Street in Centennial, intending to open her own Culver’s restaurant franchise. The burger and frozen custard restaurant would undergo a $50,000 renovation … more
With temperatures dipping below zero recently, homeowners may be looking for ways to decrease their energy bills. Colorado State University Extension and Xcel Energy held a workshop at Littleton’s Bemis Library on Dec. 7 to pass along tips and … more
Theater professional, educator and arts administrator Dr. Judith Edworthy Wray, who moved to Littleton in 1956 and was active in the arts/theater community for many years, died on Nov. 26 in Colorado Springs at age 87. She and her husband, John L. … more
Three dozen members of the National Football League Players Association came together on a recent Sunday in Parker, but ultrasounds and echocardiograms, not Xs and Os, were the priority on this given Sunday. The NFLPA, Centura Health and the … more
This holiday season, Park Meadows is decorating with the purpose of getting customers in the door of the retail resort in Lone Tree. “It is a very competitive market,” Park Meadows General Manager Pamela Schenck-Kelly said. “From an … more
Merriam-Webster defines “innovation” as “introducing or using new ideas or methods,” an apt description of what one finds inside Innovative Body Recovery, a new Meridian facility offering high-tech treatments for age-old ailments. Micah … more
Because of increasing reports of pet loss from a growing coyote population in its neighborhoods, the City of Centennial is implementing an educational program to teach residents how to better co-exist with the animals. “There have always been … more
Centennial officials are hoping to plow their way to better winter storm transportation this year. “I think what we are doing is going to make a big difference,” said Travis Greiman, the city's public works director. “It should offer for … more
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