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When David Rogers met his dachshund Camouflage last year, he knew he'd met the love of his life. “Anyone who has not, should adopt,” said Rogers, chief operating officer of Keller Bros. automotive shop, proclaimed on his Facebook page. … more
Although Matt Kenney grew up in Boston, he's never run that city's famous marathon. Too easy, he says. His preference? A race that can involve fire, live wires, sewage and mud — lots and lots of mud — that includes obstacles with names … more
To tattoo or not to tattoo? That is the question Littleton Planning Board is pondering. Glen Van Nimwegen, the city's director of community development, told the board on Dec. 8 that he's received some inquiries from tattoo artists looking to … more
Justin Timberlake and the City of Lone Tree have until now had little in common, but early next year, a new restaurant the singer helped create will open in the former Pasquini's building. Southern Hospitality anticipates welcoming its first … more
Hold on to your crocheted stocking hat with your knitted mittens — ugly Christmas sweater season has arrived. “It's about laughter, happiness,” said Elizabeth Blume, owner of the Clothing-X-Change consignment store in the Oakbrook Shopping … more
Colorado's congressional delegation last week blasted the Department of Veterans Affairs for its handling of a construction contract dispute that has further delayed the building of a new VA hospital and has left hundreds of workers in limbo. A … more
A hiring report from the Cherry Creek School District released this fall shows 17 percent of its 2014-15 new licensed staff came from the Douglas County School District — far more than from any other district. Most of those 90 staff members are … more
The Littleton Public Schools community is not looking for an agent of change to replace Superintendent Scott Murphy, say search organizers, but rather someone who will take the district to the next level. “They're not asking for anything that's … more
Citing an urgent need to maintain the city's 160 miles of streets, Littleton City Council will consider placing a sales-tax increase on the November 2015 ballot for the first time in at least 43 years. “The sales tax became effective in … more
“Did we just spend $100 million?” asked Littleton City Councilmember Debbie Brinkman at the end of a Dec. 9 discussion about mitigating traffic on Santa Fe Drive and Broadway, particularly at their intersections with Mineral Avenue. Council … more
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