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Randy Stein, who represents downtown on Littleton City Council, says the proposed new signage program would be an “elegant way to declutter” the historic district. more
Three men who briefly visited death spent some time thanking the people who brought them back. “It was one of the few times in my life I was totally dependent on other people to make a difference, and I'm very grateful that they did,” said … more
The city's public works department will ask Littleton City Council to approve nearly $1 million in the 2015 budget to install a roundabout at an intersection that's averaging about five accidents per year. About 7,000 cars a day cross the … more
National Night Out is a nationwide program held annually on the first Tuesday in August every year, during which citizens and business owners join forces to promote crime prevention and neighborhood unity. Businesses are encouraged to support a … more
Kids will go back to school earlier than they thought next August, thanks to a change in the calendar approved by the Littleton Public Schools Board of Education on June 26. The new first day of school is Aug. 15, moved back from Aug. 18. The … more
Image360-Littleton recently launched the company's 2014 Make It Possible contest, giving businesses and organizations the opportunity to win $5,000 worth of interior graphics. Businesses can enter the contest on the company's Facebook page with a … more
The Skin Cancer Foundation's Road to Healthy Skin Tour will be at Rite Aid, 6780 S. University Blvd. in Centennial, on July 20 from 1 to 4 p.m. and July 21 from 1 to 3 p.m. to offer free skin-cancer screenings. Skin cancers found and removed early … more
LEADapalooza, part of the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce, recently presented a $4,000 check to Boy Scout Troop 4 of Littleton. The money was donated by area residents who dropped off 40,000 pounds of used electronics and 10,000 pounds of … more
South Suburban Parks and Recreation teams up with University Hospital to provide affordable, comprehensive blood screenings at four locations this month. The screenings will be offered from 7 to 9:30 a.m. at the following sites: • July 22 at … more
As thousands of Central American immigrants, mostly women and children, continue to pour across the border between Mexico and the United States in what some are calling an unprecedented humanitarian crisis, chambers of commerce across the country called for immediate reform. more
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