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Although the sale of all fireworks in Centennial continues to be prohibited, Centennial residents may now possess and use certain “permissible fireworks.” The types of fireworks are limited to those that do not explode, leave the ground or … more
Zippia, a website that specializes in career options, recognized Centennial as the fourth most successful city in the nation in a recently published national list. The list is based on data including poverty level, median household income and the … more
Homeowners who are interested in remodeling this summer can apply for Centennial's Home Improvement Program — known as HIP. The city has improved the existing program to make applying easier with a greater return on investments. The upgraded … more
For the 27th consecutive year, commuters in Colorado were encouraged to leave cars, minivans and SUVs parked in the garage and dust off two-wheeled transportation for the Colorado Bike to Work day on June 22. The Denver Regional Council of … more
On May 4, 2014, Kristin Hopkins had planned to be challenging herself at a Spartan Sprint obstacle course race. Instead, she was taking a helicopter ride to St. Anthony Hospital after spending six days trapped in her Chevy Malibu, 80 feet off the … more
An apparently unthinking and selfish action sabotaged Todd Wessels’ effort to break the Guinness world record for a 10-pin bowling marathon. Moe’s Original Bar B Que in Englewood donated the use of the lane and other support to Wessels’ … more
High school students will now have more internship, apprenticeship and other job training opportunities following the passing of House Bill 1288, signed into law mid-June by Gov. John Hickenlooper. Rep. Sen. Jack Tate (R-Centennial) backed the … more
While her friends are preparing to head off to college, Alex Jackson is as well — but she's going to a different type of school. On June 26, the 2016 Arapahoe High School graduate will head east for “Plebe Summer,” which will prepare her … more
A Centennial man accused of shooting his neighbor to death and wounding two others, including his own wife, has been ruled competent to stand trial following an evaluation at the Colorado Mental Health Institute at Pueblo. Kevin Lee Lyons, 46, is … more
Mike Straka has a Ph.D. in biochemistry and calls himself a “trained scientist.” But his career path changed when he became chair of the Colorado Aviation Business Association about five years ago. “When you're flying,” said Straka, who's … more
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