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Cherry Creek High students' anti-Semitic social media post under investigation

After a student posted a photo on social media that referenced violence against Jews, Cherry Creek High School notified families in a letter, and the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office began an … more

Centennial City Council candidate profile: Rhonda Livingston

Rhonda Livingston and Centennial go way back. Early in the city's history, Livingston served on a focus group organized by Centennial's economic development manager to gauge what moves the official … more

Colorado Open Lab opens at Arrow Electronics in Centennial

Two years ago, a coalition full of big names in business, education and local government launched, promising to change the way cities find solutions to decidedly Colorado issues such as traffic and … more

'Great fall bloom period' ahead at Hudson Gardens

Just off one of the busiest highways in the south Denver metro area sits a quiet refuge of nature, where master gardeners pass on tips to the public. “This year was late starting in terms of when … more

Centennial’s ‘intelligent’ adaptive traffic system nears launch

Drivers in the Centennial area could soon find themselves moving through the traffic of the future. “We realized a long time ago, we can’t build our way out of traffic,” said Stephanie Piko, … more

My Name Is: Marrielle Monte

Market family I have lived in Highlands Ranch since 2010 and before that, Los Angeles and New York. I have been working with Todd Smith — “Tomato Todd” — from the South University Farmers … more

Cherry Creek school board forum sees three of four candidates speak

It may as well have been the Angela Garland show at Eaglecrest High School during the first Cherry Creek school board candidate forum of the campaign season. “All areas of the district should be … more

Centennial City Council candidate profile: Richard Holt

Richard Holt has done pretty much everything in the tech industry except coding. “I’ve been in tech in one way, shape or form for about 25 years now,” said Holt, a candidate for Centennial City … more

PHOTOS: Showing off at Centennial Car Show

A few minutes east of the sea of modern cars at dealerships on East Arapahoe Road, flashy rides from decades past assembled just behind Centennial’s city hall. “This is actually pretty nice,” … more

Cherry Creek School District test scores see little change

The high-performing Cherry Creek School District put up numbers comparable to last year on its 2019 standardized test scores, but officials emphasized that those statistics are only one part of the … more

Centennial City Council candidate profile: Brian Beatty

After working to help shape development in Centennial, Brian Beatty wants to take his involvement to the next level. “I sit on the City of Centennial Planning and Zoning Commission. For almost four … more

Biking in Centennial has a ways to go

Parks and trails are among the features that residents like most about Centennial, but for such an outdoorsy city, its bikeways have some catching up to do despite the long and scenic trails it … more

Centennial Airport legal action against FAA over flight plans delayed

After a south metro airport took legal action over how carefully the federal government is evaluating the potential impacts of a flight-path rerouting plan, the airport withdrew its case on a … more

Centennial City Council candidate profile: Christine Sweetland

Most city councilmembers don’t know real estate as well as Christine Sweetland. Her job as a certified residential appraiser — someone who assesses the value of homes — takes her all over the … more

Aerospace middle school Colorado Skies Academy opens at Centennial Airport

The awkward middle school years got an exciting boost for many students last week when Colorado Skies Academy opened at Centennial Airport. “It was very exciting the see students actively engaged … more

‘Colorado Smart Cities’ effort shifts focus toward results

In the face of crippling traffic and a ballooning population, cities across the Front Range are continuing down what they hope is a “smarter” road to dealing with the growing pains. “In 2018, … more

Jason Crow gets crash course trip in Centennial in tour around 6th Congressional District

It's not every day south metro residents can see their congressman standing at a light rail stop, walking through a tech company or dropping in on a car maintenance classroom. U.S. Rep. Jason Crow … more

Jason Crow, city officials examine Centennial address confusion

A modern phenomenon has called attention to a problem with decades-old origins: places in Centennial not being called “Centennial.” “A lot of the time, when you fill online shopping orders, it … more

‘Great motorcycle and business leader’ Gary Myers dies at 75

He started out as a junior champion rider, and he ended up a beloved leader in the powersports world. Gary L. Myers, former owner of Fay Myers Motorcycle World in the Centennial area, died Aug. 4. … more

Centennial City Council candidate profile: Ron Phelps

Many Centennial residents don't think their opinions matter, said Ron Phelps, a city council candidate for the west part of town. That's what Phelps, who leads an effort to inform residents and … more
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