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Pirates Cove Family Aquatics Park could undergo changes under the proposals included as part of the new Englewood Parks and Recreation Master Plan being developed by the city and its consultants. Dorothy Hargrove told the city council at the … more
A proposed update to Littleton's zoning that would have restricted residential development in the community business zoning district failed by a 4-3 vote by the city council after a public hearing on Sept. 6. The ordinance would have required … more
Over the decades, the High Line Canal has been transformed from a utilitarian agricultural irrigation canal into a recreational draw, and the High Line Canal Conservancy says that work needs to be done to preserve it in the future. One of the … more
This year, under a cloudy sky, the Denver metro area's first responders again paid tribute to the memory of those who died, and those who risked their lives in the Sept. 11 terror attacks on New York … more
Bacon has never been more popular, and combining it with beer and live music is sure to draw a crowd. That's the formula for the Littleton Rotary Foundation's Alferd Packer Bacon Party, which took over the parking lot of Reinke Bros. in downtown … more
The Littleton City Council will hold three study sessions on the budget for the upcoming year next week. The sessions will begin at 6 p.m. on Sept. 19, 20 and 21. The Historical Preservation Board meeting originally scheduled for Sept. 19 will be … more
Prince of Peace Church of the Brethren in Littleton is hosting an event focused on peace and ending gun violence on Sept. 25. The festival will feature a children's play, songs and a presentation from congregant Tom Mauser, whose son, Daniel, was … more
Progress Park will be home to the ninth annual Colorado Dachtober Fest on Sept. 24., benefitting six small-dog rescue organizations. Admission to the festival is $6 per person and $6 per dog, with kids 4 and under free. Only dogs 30 pounds and … more
As the summer draws to a close, Holly Pool in Centennial threw one last party for a different type of swimmer. Dozens of dogs paddled around the pool or chased tennis balls at the “Yappy Hour” on Sept. 10. Formerly called the “Puppy Paddle,” … more
Corbett and Grace Lunsford live in a tiny house on wheels. The 210-square-foot humble abode is equipped with a mini-kitchen, dining area, master bed, nursery for their baby and a bathroom. From the outside, it resembles a blue rectangular box. … more
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