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Families will be happy to know that Littleton Public Schools plans to continue letting kids have the full week of Thanksgiving off for the next two … more
Emily Jacomet and Connor Buckborough stood at the top of the escalator, their red “Ask Me” T-shirts loudly proclaiming their belief in the … more
A developer has withdrawn an annexation petition and dropped plans to build the Dry Creek Corporate Center, a large, mixed-use office development … more
The grassroots political party envisioned by John Brackney and Brian Vogt is edging toward becoming more visible. “I’m ready for something to … more
Longtime Centennial resident Kathy Turley announced her candidacy for city council this past May, nearly six months before Election Day. “I wanted … more
Colorado Community Media asked the five candidates running for three open seats on the Littleton Public Schools Board of Education a series of … more
District 4 Councilmembers Stephanie Piko and Ron Weidmann, in cooperation with the League of Women Voters, have scheduled an election forum for Oct. … more
City council has given the green light to a proposed 1.8-million-square-foot, mixed-use project that will be the city's single largest commercial … more
At one time, Maria Nunez was a single mom struggling alone to reach a settlement with her ex. Today, she’s a confident personal trainer with fair … more
If elected to city council, first-time candidate John Allen Tate believes his strong business background will help him be a “good steward in … more
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