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Littleton Public Schools students outpaced state averages in science testing last spring. Results of the 2016 Science Colorado Measures of Academic Success that fifth-, eighth- and 11th-graders took were released on Aug. 11. Fifth-graders … more
Littleton's downtown wayfinding signs have won an award from a statewide nonprofit. On Aug. 5, Downtown Colorado Inc. awarded the city the Governor's Award for Best New Addition to Downtown in a Large Community for the new signs, which point to … more
The Littleton City Council will hold public hearings on drafting next year's budget next month. The hearings will be held Sept. 19-21. The council agreed at an Aug. 9 study to begin the meetings at 6 p.m. rather than the normal council meeting … more
People in the neighborhoods of northeast Littleton may not be used to having positive contact with police officers, and Littleton Police Chief Doug Stephens acknowledges that. Stephens made sure to stop by Promise Park, just north of Littleton … more
The crowd of 2,000 that packed into the Adams City High School gym and overflowed into a second nearby viewing area was ample enough for Hillary Clinton to speculate she’d need to start considering bigger venues for future visits. But, Clinton … more
The Littleton Police Citizen Academy fall session begins Sept. 8, and those who live, work or go to school in the city limits are invited to apply, including high school students. The session will meet every Thursday night for 11 weeks and cover … more
Seniors who want to sing are encouraged to join the South Suburban Encore Chorale, a new national affiliate of Encore Creativity for Older Adults. The non-auditioned choir is holding an open house at 1 p.m. on Aug. 15 at Buck Recreation Center, … more
The Arapahoe County Clerk and Recorder's Office will hire up to 300 temporary election workers for the general election this year. Applicants should be able to attend paid training in October and work weekdays and Saturdays from Oct. 17 to Nov. … more
Mike Sexton created a Facebook group called “Honor the Fallen” early last week. On it he invited people to Fort Logan National Cemetery on Sunday to decorate the graves of Muslim-Americans who served in the military. He only expected him and … more
A judge found probable cause for a Centennial man to stand trial for allegedly killing his neighbor and shooting two other people, including his own wife, as well as shooting at other neighbors and two police officers in April. Kevin Lyons, 46, … more
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