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Boy Scout Troop 444 has been meeting at First Presbyterian Church of Littleton for 85 years, but the trailer they bought last year was brand-spanking new. And now it’s disappeared out of the … more
Joshua Hoppe pleaded not guilty to charges of first-degree murder and possession of a dangerous weapon on March 18, and his trial was set to begin on Aug. 24. Hoppe has been in jail since being arrested on Aug. 19 of last year, charged in the … more
The Littleton Public Schools Board of Education has selected Brian Ewert to be the district's new superintendent. Ewert, superintendent of Englewood Schools since 2010, was among four finalists … more
The Tattered Cover is more than a bookstore. It is a celebration of literature and community. And it's coming to Littleton. From children to students to seniors, a broad demographic of community members visits the Tattered Cover in Highlands … more
Littleton's zoning code is an antiquated document made more complicated by a patchwork of as-needed updates, says the consultant hired to help sort the whole thing out. “The current land-development regulations in Littleton have some components … more
You can't help but notice the young man standing for hours at a time on a busy corner in the heart of suburbia, twirling the Mexican food sign, head bobbing to the beat coming through his earbuds — hip hop, rap, soul, jazz, sometimes even … more
Fortunately for Jim Rees, executive director of Littleton's urban-renewal authority, the results of the March 3 special election do not mean he's out of a job. “We've been moving forward, working on the plans we have, and we'll see if we can … more
About a dozen Sheridan officials and residents had lunch with Congresswoman Diana DeGette, D-Denver, on March 10. DeGette regularly visits suburban communities she represents, and this is the first time in a few years she has visited … more
Globus, an international travel company with headquartered in Littleton launched “Hunger on the Move” in January. Globus team members were asked to turn calories burned into nutritional calories for malnourished babies. For every 15,000 calories … more
The Columbia Scholastic Press Association named Powell Middle School's “The Prowl 2014” a Middle School Yearbook Crown Finalist. It was also awarded a Gold Medalist critique from CSPA. Arapahoe High School's “The Calumet 2014” yearbook and … more
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