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In the city's search for their next city manager, Centennial chose Peckham & McKenney as the search firm that will help fill the role. The city is spending $18,500 for the firm's services along with expenses not to exceed $7,800. According to … more
Helping kick off the year of the rooster, children at the Koelbel Library in Centennial learned about traditions from another culture as they dove into a Chinese New Year event the morning of Jan. 28. The kids enjoyed a story about the Chinese … more
Robert “Bob” Tonsing served for a decade on Littleton City Council and was named “Father of Light Rail” by the Regional Transportation District when he retired from its board in 2004. Friends and colleagues will gather Feb. 10 at Fort … more
A proposal to build a $15.2 million crime lab for Douglas and Arapahoe counties and the city of Aurora has the official stamp of approval needed to start the project. The city and both counties have signed a final version of the project's … more
Cara Denney and her friends didn't set out to be activists, but losing friends to a distracted driver drew them into politics nonetheless. In February 2016, Brian and Jacquie Lehner, much-loved members of the motorcycle community in Douglas … more
Denver resident Andrea Pérez recently took her 5-year-old daughter Yizel to the dentist. The Jan. 14 visit didn’t go very well — Yizel had to get five fillings that Saturday. “I was not happy about that,” Pérez said. “It clicked … more
Matt Rouse, manager of Continental Cleaners, has been in the Promenade shopping center for about 30 years. He remembers when his father opened the business in the 1990s. It had recurring customers and stayed busy, unlike recent times. After about … more
Even with home prices climbing, the housing market in Centennial is hot. Just ask John Vizzi. His real estate experience in the south metro Denver area stretches back 38 years. Vizzi said that while housing values are rising significantly, … more
The South Suburban Parks and Recreation District Board of Directors has appointed 11 area teens to its third Youth Commission. The commission, comprised of eighth- through 11th-graders, will advise district staff on the needs of youth in the … more
Jordan Smith, a fifth-grade student at Golden View Classical Academy, stood on the steps of the state Capitol and spoke about her school and the opportunities it provides. She said she likes the books they read at her school in Golden, including … more
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