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Only eight people spoke during the planning board’s July 8 public hearing on the Littleton Village proposal for the old Marathon site, and the … more
A female driver involved in a single-car rollover accident at 3 p.m. July 8 was transported to Sky Ridge Medical Center with minor to moderate … more
In the welcoming spirit of the sister-city program, Littleton City Council will vote July 16 on whether to change the name of the street that runs … more
Diane Doney, chief operating officer of Littleton Public Schools, says a recent audit of the district’s facilities revealed the likely need to go … more
Hector Picard stood in what he once referred to as a torture chamber on July 1 and talked about his redemption. Twenty years ago, Picard ended up at … more
The Littleton Business Coalition invited Jerry Healey, owner of Colorado Community Media, to its June 27 meeting to tell the tale of “Breathing New … more
With more than 70 acres of park space as a backdrop, the Arapahoe County commissioners distributed $12 million in open-space sales tax revenues to … more
Kids golf for free South Suburban Parks and Recreation is waiving greens fees during the summer on weekend evenings at all its courses for kids age … more
The budget the Littleton Public Schools Board of Education approved on June 27 for next year includes some hopeful signs, but mostly a lot of status … more
Staff report State Sen. Linda Newell, D-Littleton, is one of 48 state policymakers from across the country, and the only one from Colorado, selected … more
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