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Kids got a cozy visit with Santa Claus on Dec. 5 at Arapahoe Community College's annual “PJs with Santa” event. Footie jammies were all the rage, even for some adults, as around 100 people gathered for a full-on Italian holiday feast, crafts and … more
The Littleton Calendar and Annual Report is now available at city facilities and from the calendar sponsors. Pick one up at the Littleton Center, Bemis Library or the Littleton Museum, or visit one of the generous sponsors: Colorado Business Bank, … more
Applications are being accepted from Littleton residents who want to serve on a city board, commission or authority. They must be received by 5 p.m. on Jan. 31, 2015. City council will review the applications and set up interviews in February. … more
South Metro Housing Options needs sponsors to “adopt” families, seniors and disabled residents this holiday season. Sponsors are asked to purchase gifts from the participants' wish lists and deliver them to the SMHO office at Bradley House, 5844 … more
CSU Extension of Arapahoe County has temporarily moved to the third floor of Arapahoe Plaza, 1690 W. Littleton Blvd. in Littleton. By summer 2015, it will move to its permanent location at Lima Plaza in Centennial. The partnership between … more
Deby Jones, medical office technology program coordinator, has been selected as Arapahoe Community College's 2014-15 Faculty of the Year. ACC's 2014-15 faculty senate president, Jones also currently serves on the Marketing Advisory Committee and … more
The U.S. Navy is holding a contest to create the crest for its newest nuclear submarine, USS Colorado (SSN 788). The winner will have the honor of their artwork being prominently displayed throughout the 30-year lifetime of the ship. To be a part of … more
By his own admission, people around Karl Pierson had good reason to be concerned about his mental health. “Words hurt, can mold a sociopath and will lead someone a decade later to kill,” he wrote in his online journal, portions of which were … more
Republican Congressman Mike Coffman bucked his own party during a Dec. 4 House vote on a measure that seeks to undo recent changes to U.S. immigration policy that were put in place by President Obama. Meanwhile, Congressman Cory Gardner, … more
The state's roads and future forms of funding for the Colorado Department of Transportation led the conversation at the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce Economic Forecast Breakfast on Dec. 5. Hunt, executive director of CDOT, said his … more
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