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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
A Highlands Ranch woman is asking for the community's help in locating her husband, Steven Beare, an officer with the Littleton Police Department who went missing while climbing in Russia. more
Sabrina, a 20-year-old Parker resident who asked her last name not be used, learned of the Aug. 5 closing of the town's Planned Parenthood clinic when she came to pick up her birth control recently. The news surprised her, she said, but although … more
Chief Christopher McCarthy with the Castle Rock Fire Department vividly remembers his commute to work before the events of Sept. 11, 2001. A former Brooklyn paramedic, McCarthy lived in Long Island and paid a toll every day traveling the Long … 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
Mark Relph stepped in as Littleton’s acting city manager after city council fired Michael Penny in June 2016. After a year-long nationwide search didn’t pan out, a 6-1 council vote in May gave Relph the job. The Independent sat down with Relph, … more
Flag Day passes without notice for most, but honoring the sacrifices of people who fought for it was the order of the day at the Highline Place Memory Care home in Littleton on June 14. Members of Rising 6, a community outreach group composed of … more
True to the spirit of reuse, the building formerly occupied by Savers thrift store in the Woodlawn Shopping Center will soon be home to an Arc Thrift Store. Savers pulled out of the distinctive swoop-roofed building in the shopping center at … more
An arborist was electrocuted and killed while trimming a tree in the backyard of a home in southwest Littleton on June 19. The man was 30 feet up in an ash tree at the bottom of a sloping backyard at 6897 S. Prince Circle at around 10 a.m. when … more
Flashing red lights lit up the area and the sound of sirens echoed off the Littleton buildings June 17, announcing the arrival of the annual Parade and Fire Muster, marking the start of the 30th year for the event sponsored by Mile High Hook and … more
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