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A new tearoom in Centennial is trading the fast-paced caffeine to-go trend for a modern twist on a slow-paced, classic tea service. In March, Amadea Gabriel opened her dream tearoom, Bella’s Teapot, at the Streets at SouthGlenn, 6851 S. Gaylord … more
Plugging in wires to a circuit board, typing code, following detailed instructions and bragging about the soda their mom packed into their lunch is a typical afternoon for the 10- to 16-year-old campers in Rudy Klucik’s summer coding camp teaching … more
Collaboration within the aerospace industry could launch Colorado’s already booming space economy into new heights, and a new startup is setting the platform for liftoff. NovaSpace officially launched on June 8 with a panel of experts talking … more
Opioid misuse is at an all-time high and doctors are part of the problem — and, hopefully, the solution. That’s according to those participating in a new program in Colorado aimed at stopping opioid abuse. “Medicine as a whole is … more
Popular Highlands Ranch brewery Grist Brewing Company is pouring over into Lone Tree’s Entertainment District. “We are super excited to be in Lone Tree,” said Nate Wannlund, whose business card gives him the title of a “purveyor of … more
At 84, Myra Rhodes is crushing the south metro running competition in her age bracket. On May 20, she strode into first place in her 70- to 99-year-old division at the High Line Canal 5K Race, finishing in 38 minutes and 33 seconds. This is … more
Parkinson’s Disease cannot keep those affected from pedaling through south metro Denver on June 24. The Pedaling 4 Parkinson’s event will take its participants from Lone Tree through Centennial and Highlands Ranch. Many people with … more
After looking at homes throughout Douglas County, Jessica Crawley and her family moved in 2016 into a townhome off RidgeGate Parkway in Lone Tree. “We like the location,” Crawley said. “There are a lot of parks and we just had a baby. We … more
Centennial residents Margie and Rob Williams had no idea 13 years ago that adopting three children would eventually lead to providing care for 18 foster youths and special recognition for their quality care of the kids. Margie Williams said many … more
Matt Sturgeon was not looking for a new job: He liked being city manager of Rifle, a town of roughly 9,500 west of Glenwood Springs. But the ad for the Centennial city manager position piqued his interest. And June 19, after beating out two other … more
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