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The Littleton Community Retreat is now accepting applications for its inaugural Littleton Leadership Academy. The academy will be held on the third Thursday of each month, beginning Jan. 19, 2017 and running through October of that … more
Immigrant Pathways Colorado, formerly the Littleton Immigration Integration Initiative, has added two board members. Shirlaine Castellino, an immigrant from the Phillipines and director of Spring Institute for Intercultural Learing, and Michele … more
The Big Wonderful makes its second stop in Littleton this summer on June 24 and 25 at Geneva Lake Park. The Big Wonderful blends food, flea markets and entertainment, with a outdoor craft beer garden, games, vendors and an entertainment … more
While her friends are preparing to head off to college, Alex Jackson is as well — but she's going to a different type of school. On June 26, the 2016 Arapahoe High School graduate will head east for “Plebe Summer,” which will prepare her … more
A Centennial man accused of shooting his neighbor to death and wounding two others, including his own wife, has been ruled competent to stand trial following an evaluation at the Colorado Mental Health Institute at Pueblo. Kevin Lee Lyons, 46, is … more
The Littleton City Council has adopted a 90-day emergency moratorium on land-use applications in the zoning district that includes most of downtown while city staff evaluates zoning regulations. A special meeting had been called for June 14 to … more
Mike Straka has a Ph.D. in biochemistry and calls himself a “trained scientist.” But his career path changed when he became chair of the Colorado Aviation Business Association about five years ago. “When you're flying,” said Straka, who's … more
When at-large Littleton City Councilmember Doug Clark introduced a motion to fire Michael Penny at a special council meeting, he said it was due to incompetence and a lack of transparency on the city manager's part. But others believe it is part of … more
An April fire that led to the displacement of more than 130 seniors at a Littleton apartment building was accidental, Littleton Fire Rescue has determined. The fire started in the area of the dishwasher in the kitchen of a fourth-floor unit of … more
Come November, Jefferson County taxpayers will be asked to pay up to an average of $134 per year in property taxes to fund new and renovated facilities, and additional Jeffco School district needs … more
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