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Littleton Fire Rescue is amid the trial period for a program designed to speed response times and conserve resources. Using vehicles called Quick Cars is an “out-of-the-box and innovative way” to better serve the community, said Littleton … more
The ViewHouse opened Aug. 29 in Centennial, leading into the public opening with an Aug. 28 sneak peek event that drew 800 people for an evening of complimentary drinks and food. The site was home for 30 years to the Trail Dust Steak House, which … more
Since I can't put it in the trash, what can I do with stuff like an old car battery and an old can of paint thinner? For Englewood, Littleton and Sheridan residents, the answer to that question is the annual Household Hazardous Waste Roundup, … more
Locked in a tight re-election campaign, U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman on Aug. 26 released his first television ad, targeted at a demographic that will be crucial in determining whether he keeps his seat. The ad targets women voters by touting Coffman's … more
An increasing number of motorists on E-470 has tolling-authority officials considering ways to brace for the future. E-470 has so far tallied a 12 percent jump in users over last year and consistently set daily records in July, including a single … more
As school starts, lawmakers are touting an education law passed this year that many believe will help students achieve greater success. Earlier this year, the Legislature passed a pair of school funding measures that Gov. John Hickenlooper later … more
Littleton's planning board refused to vote Aug. 25 on the urban-renewal areas proposed by Littleton Invests for Tomorrow, despite some pressure by City Attorney Ken Fellman. “Your job is not to decide whether it's a good urban-renewal plan or a … more
The South Suburban Parks and Recreation District is gearing up to go green — in a big way. “It's part of our strategic plan,” noted John Ostermiller, SSPRD board chair. “It's a good deal for the district. It allows us to get some … more
The South Suburban Parks and Recreation District Board of Directors voted unanimously on Aug. 27 to ask voters to approve a tax hike of two mills. “We've cut, we've tightened up, we've delayed maintenance, we've delayed some projects and really … more
One memory marker along the Walk to Remember path may ask a person what his favorite travel destination is and why. Another might be inquiring what a person's dream job was when she was a child. The goal is to spark conversation and awareness of … more
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