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A lawsuit by a group of Littleton residents seeking to appeal the city's approval of a development will not move forward after a summary judgment was issued in favor of the city. The group Advocates for Littleton had filed a lawsuit against … more
When Littleton conducted its resident survey this spring, 48 percent of respondents listed traffic among the three most pressing concerns in the city, the most of any issue. Traffic was near the top of residents' concerns in the 2012 and 2014 … more
Comments like “remember the 1973 race” and “I remember driving against you back then” were common Aug. 28 as hundreds of drivers, pit crews, families and spectators gathered for the Englewood Speedway reunion at the Englewood Elks … more
Six candidates have been nominated to fill two Arapahoe County judge positions that will be open in January. John Scipione of Littleton, Cori Christofferson and Eric White of Centennial, and Colleen Clark, Frank Moschetti and J. Jay Williford of … more
About 125 invited guests gathered for the Aug. 25 official River Run Recreational Project opening, while perhaps proof of the project's success was the fact that there were dozens of children on the playground and dozens of enthusiasts surfing the … more
Margie Schoedel's daughter, Rebecca Yarberry, had proposed the idea of the two of them going on a volunteer trip with CURE International, a nonprofit organization that operates hospitals and programs in 29 developing countries around the … more
“Adventure on the High Line Canal, Charting Our Course for the Next Century” Chapter 3: Our Story. Area residents who count the High Line Canal as a part of their lives are again invited to share opinions at several community open houses, … more
Bacon, bands and beer will be celebrated at the 4th annual Alferd Packer Bacon Party later this month The Littleton Rotary Foundation event will feature food trucks, a “bacon station” and beer and wine, as well as music from Dixie Leadfoot … more
Kids and adults can get up close and personal with a variety of heavy equipment on Sept. 3 at South Suburban Parks and Recreation's Touch-a-Truck in the parking lot of the South Suburban Ice Arena, 6580 S. Vine St., Centennial. Trucks, tractors, … more
The Aging Well Resource Center at Bemis Public Library has new hours beginning Sept. 1. The new hours will be 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday. The center provides resources and referral information for caregiving and in-home assistance, … more
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