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Colorado extends statewide school closure through April 30

Gov. Jared Polis extended Colorado's statewide school closure through April 30, lining up with federal social distancing guidelines that the White House extended to the end of the month. Polis' … more

Two Centennial councilmembers recover after testing positive for COVID-19

Centennial City Councilmember Kathy Turley and one of her colleagues on council tested positive for COVID-19, the disease caused by a widespread coronavirus, sending at least some of their fellow … more

Online classes begin at Cherry Creek School District amid COVID-19 school closure

The head of Cherry Creek School District didn't mince words when he outlined the district's transition to online class, as schools across the Denver metro area remained closed due to concerns about … more

Centennial restaurants 'ride out the storm' at Streets at SouthGlenn

Just 11 months after opening a crawfish restaurant at The Streets at SouthGlenn, 27-year-old Khiem Nguyen had to lay off much of his staff. “Chefs, cooks, employees — you name it,” Nguyen said. … more

PHOTOS: London teacher-turned-rapper brings down the grammar

Imagine getting first-graders dancing, singing, and jumping up and down about nouns and adjectives. That's what London performer MC Grammar did at Indian Ridge Elementary School in the east … more

Colorado Legislature to shut down for at least two weeks amid COVID-19 concerns; Capitol closed to public indefinitely

As Colorado's number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 rose to 77 — and amid the state's first death due to the disease — the state Legislature will shut down until at least March 30. Lawmakers will … more

Colorado urges cancellation of gatherings over 250 people, enlists more medical help as COVID-19 cases rise

As the number of Colorado's confirmed COVID-19 cases rose to 72, Gov. Jared Polis issued guidance for the cancellation of public gatherings with more than 250 people unless they can ensure attendees … more

Polis on COVID-19 in Colorado: 'This will get worse before it gets better'

A day after Gov. Jared Polis declared a state of emergency in response to the spread of COVID-19 — the disease caused by a widespread coronavirus — the number of confirmed cases nearly doubled, … more

PHOTOS: Local guitarists share stories behind the music

At a local library's theater stage, musicians shared the stories — personal, emotional and humorous — behind the songs they've written over the years. Koelbel Library's “Live: Singer and … more

Centennial simplifies process for property rule exceptions

Centennial City Council unanimously approved an obscure ordinance that drew uneasy reactions from some residents. But not to worry, the city says: A change in rules for variances won't allow, say, … more

Centennial likely to launch arts, culture foundation

Residents asked for it, and now, the city may deliver on a plan to create a foundation to support arts and cultural activities in Centennial. The city formed a committee to explore how to create the … more

Cherry Creek Schools coronavirus response: 5 things to know

With Colorado seeing its first presumptive cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by a currently widespread coronavirus, local officials are paying increasing attention to how to prepare for potential … more

Family sues Cherry Creek School District over suspension after gun photo

A student who posted a Snapchat photo that shows her and a sibling holding semi-automatic firearms has sued the Cherry Creek School District, claiming a five-day suspension violated her First … more

Program to highlight Centennial shopping centers will continue: 5 things to know

From a “Super Smash Bros.” video game tournament to a barbecue and blues concert, the City of Centennial sponsored events last year in an effort to stoke ideas about how to bring people to … more

Rick Padilla fights for Colorado mental health law after Jack Padilla's suicide

After Jack Padilla, a freshman at Cherry Creek High School, took his own life in February 2019, his family saw an outpouring of support: A school walkout where some students wore “#Jackstrong” … more

PHOTOS: Scholar-actress takes stand in Rosa Park's historic shoes

The small stage at Koelbel Library found upon it the commanding presence of Rosa Parks. “In that day, there were 40,000 Negroes in Montgomery, Alabama,” but barely any were registered to vote, … more

Cherry Creek district students help build Denver area’s second tiny home village

The ever-present issue of homelessness in the Denver metro area met a novel small-scale solution in 2017, when the City of Denver's first legal community of tiny homes opened along 38th Street, … more

Centennial studying retail corridor changes, mobility options

Businesses focused on providing experiences, not products. Public places that attract crowds. Better connections to neighborhoods and trails. “Mini-main street” concepts intended for pedestrians. … more

Centennial examining options for arts-culture organization

Centennial sits amid several suburban cities that boast entities to support arts and cultural activities, but it doesn't have its own. The Centennial City Council will soon hear options on how to … more

Sen. Cory Gardner: 'I know we can do better' on mental health

For those skeptical that the federal government affects their daily lives, U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner's conversation with some metro area high school students may offer some hope. In Colorado, “we are … more
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