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The boyfriend of a woman whose disappearance is being investigated by the Littleton Police Department will face a preliminary hearing in September for the alleged sexual assault of a separate victim. The disappearance of Charlene Roxanne Voight, … more
South Suburban Parks and Recreation is hosting family-friendly, after-dark events throughout the summer. It also has several outdoors pools with entertainment for all ages, including slides, diving boards and spraygrounds. “We've got a variety … more
The Littleton Transportation Network benefited from the fourth annual silent auction and spaghetti dinner at Libby Bortz Assisted Living Center on July 21. The transportation network was founded by volunteers in 2013 to provide mobility to … more
Sounds of heavy equipment engines announced the start of the long-awaited construction of the Chick-fil-A restaurant at Dartmouth Avenue and Broadway in Englewood. The store was scheduled to be built in 2015 but a corporate decision was made to … more
A Littleton church is hosting a lunch gathering for the former residents of a senior apartment building vacated by a fire. The lunch for Southview Place Towers residents will be from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. July 30 at Littleton United Methodist Church, … more
Littleton will celebrate National Night Out on Aug. 2. Night Out locations in Littleton include Ketring Park at 578 W. Valleyview Ave.; Wolhurst Adult Community at 8201 S. Santa Fe Drive; Ridge HOA at 1940 W. Arapahoe Road; and Ridgewood … more
The city has updated its website, www.littletongov.org. The new site went online July 18 and features navigation buttons to the site's most-visited pages on the homepage and a more prominent search bar. Users who have bookmarked the site should … more
Relay for Life Littleton, the final of five events in the south metro area this summer, will be held on Aug. 5 at Cornerstone Park. Relay for Life, hosted by the American Cancer Society, is the  world's largest fundraising event fighting cancer, … more
Jon Proctor became interested in human trafficking about two years ago when he attended a seminar through his church. He thought to himself: “If someone took one of my two daughters, what would I do?” The answer: “Pretty much … more
Clark Wilson, 12, was at summer camp in Massachusetts earlier this month when the new app, Pokémon Go, was released for iPhone and Android. “All the camp counselors were talking about it as soon as it came out,” Wilson said. Though the … more
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