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Teri Robinson set up camp in front of L.L. Bean at 6:45 p.m. Nov. 20, slept outside and waited more than 14 hours to be first in line for the Park Meadows' store's 9 a.m. Nov. 21 grand opening. All in the hope of winning one of five $500 gift … more
Displays and artist concepts lined the walls at the Nov. 12 South Platte River Run open house, held in the clubhouse at the Broken Tee at Englewood Golf Course. River Run is a proposal for revitalizing a stretch of the South Platte River near … more
On Nov. 17, the Littleton Historical Preservation Board held a public hearing and approved a proposal from 2670-80 West Main St. LLC to build a ViewHouse Restaurant on the 2680 site and a space to be leased in the 2670 building. Both are included in … more
Five years ago, Linda was a stable homeowner with two of her grandchildren living with her — or so she thought. “What happened to me could happen to anyone,” she told those who attended a City of Centennial panel on affordable senior … more
Littleton Public Works Director Charlie Blosten announced has announced that he will retire effective Feb. 28, 2015, after a 44-year career with the city. Blosten has been responsible for the city's streets, grounds, building maintenance, … more
While people expressed an array of both kudos and concerns about Littleton Public Schools during a Nov. 19 forum, they all agreed on what type of person they'd like to see replace retiring Superintendent Scott Murphy next June: a super … more
Century Communities is hopping on the Littleton Village bandwagon with a plan for 68 townhomes and 42 patio homes on the east side of the 77-acre site. “We feel that this, along with Richmond's piece, will really complete the vision for … more
A groundbreaking ceremony took place Nov. 18 for two new car dealerships coming soon to Highlands Ranch — Schomp Honda and Schomp MINI. The dealerships will be constructed on 14.5 acres adjacent to the Schomp BMW dealership near C-470 and Lucent … more
Seven tolls resonate for the fallen. In May, the Honor Bell will ring for the first time, symbolizing honor, dignity and respect for Colorado’s fallen veterans. “Honors are rituals, and military honors that are given is a ritual where they … more
A lot of things have happened since 1936 — Hawaii and Alaska becoming states and the inventions of canned beer, color television and the Slinky, just to name a few. But prior to this month, Republicans doing really well in Adams County … more
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