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On Dec. 16, Littleton City Council approved the first $50,000 installment of a $200,000 loan to keep Littleton Invests for Tomorrow, the city's urban-renewal authority, afloat until the first projects roll in to start generating its own … more
The Aug. 13 shooting of James Robert Barnes ended his life, and also marked the end of a friendship with his alleged killer, according to text messages purportedly exchanged between the two men. “Sorry it's come to this. I'm sorry a friendship … more
It is always important to plan for taxes, both to reduce the possible tax liability and to plan for the potential amount due. Effective tax planning this year may save you a bundle. Starting with … more
Fireworks flew in Littleton City Council chambers on Dec. 16 in what's been perhaps the most divisive issue in the city since the great Walmart debate of 2007. “I am embarrassed and sickened by the tenor that is being generated by something to … more
Taylor Morrison is now the second developer this year to pedal backward on development of Wild Plum Farm in Columbine Valley. “Unfortunately, Taylor Morrison is unable to make the purchase of this property viable at this time and has canceled … more
The expanded version of Littleton Public Schools' The Village preschool program is so far a success, say administrators. LPS opened the program's second location, The Village at Ames at 7300 S. Clermont Drive in Centennial, at the beginning of … more
Douglas County approved the purchase and creation of a new software system for the county's Community Justice Services that will allow the county to share pretrial information with Arapahoe County and better manage its finances. At the Dec. 16 … more
Anyone in the business world knows that presenting a professional appearance is nearly as important as fulfilling the duties of the job. Women have always had the style part down, but some men … more
It was a bustling three days in the nation's capital — people were protesting the Keystone XL pipeline project and the World Health Organization was having a function on Ebola. Amid it all was a group of south metro Denver's elected officials, … more
Jules Johnson said Santa told her she was on his good list. “Santa was nice,” the 5-year-old Johnson said after her Santa visit. “It was exciting and fun to get to tell him what I wanted him to bring me.” Kelly Johnson, Jules' … more
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