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About 3 million Americans have served in the military since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, and just as there are differences between generations of the public at large, there are differences between younger veterans and those who served before … more
Ana Yelen sees the lack of mental health and medical services available to veterans and she wants to do what she can to help them get the care they deserve. “Our service members are really hurting,” she said. “If these things were … more
The chatter of more than 300 middle-school students replaced the normal quiet at the Englewood/Littleton Wastewater Treatment Plant on Sept. 20 as field trips from four schools in Englewood, Littleton and Denver took part in the annual World Water … more
The Historic Downtown Littleton Merchants Association's sixth annual Zombie Crawl and Pig Roast returns on Oct. 1. Beginning at noon, zombies will follow a Dixieland band down Littleton Boulevard into downtown, ending with a free pig roast at … more
The Arapahoe County Adopt-A-Senior program is looking for volunteers to provide support for 13 seniors. Volunteers make weekly calls with their seniors and can also connect with them by sharing meals, sending birthday cards, playing games or … more
Littleton High School will host a workshop for students interested in military careers on Oct. 5. The Military Exploration Workshop is open to high school students in Littleton Public Schools, Englewood Schools and Sheridan School District. All … more
The Littleton City Council had its first discussions about next year's budget during three study sessions last week. Interim City Manager Mark Relph described the proposed budget as “fairly flat” and said several department budgets are … more
A Centennial man accused of killing his neighbor and shooting two other people, including his own wife, did not enter a plea as scheduled on Sept. 23 after his defense attorneys asked for a continuance. "We're doing some confidential things in … more
Littleton has chosen a search firm to find a new city manager. The city council voted unanimously in a special meeting on Sept. 20 to award a $24,500 contract to Texas-based Waters & Company Executive Recruitment. The move comes after the … more
A Denver Water project will affect traffic on Lowell Boulevard for the next several months. Beginning this week, Denver Water is replacing a vault between Lowell Way and Bowles Avenue. Southbound traffic on Lowell Boulevard will shift to the … more
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