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Gov. John Hickenlooper's administration wants to help people who have been unemployed at least 26 weeks find jobs with a $3 million initiative aimed at connecting them with interested employers. Hickenlooper on Jan. 8 announced the plan, which … more
The Colorado General Assembly opened for business under newly divided management Jan. 7, setting up conflicts on economic issues that both parties have identified as key priorities this session. Democrats retained control in the House and the … more
Mayor Phil Cernanec wants the people of Littleton to celebrate 2015, the city's 125th birthday, by simply being who they are. “I believe we're a very giving community,” he said. “There's a high level of volunteerism, a high level of caring … more
The Colorado Board of Education voted 5-2 to uphold the TriCity Academy's appeal of Englewood's denial of its application to establish a charter school in the community. State board members … more
Today, at approximately 2:40 p.m., troopers were investigating a crash at Colorado Highway 285 and Doubleheader Ranch Rd. when an off-duty Jefferson County Sheriff's Office Sergeant was hit and … more
A new school is opening in Centennial in fall 2015, with the purpose of bringing about the future’s brightest leaders. Threshold School, which will be located on East Mineral Avenue near Interstate 25 and South Yosemite Street, is a sixth- … more
Our four-legged friends are more than just pets — they can also be our teachers. PAWS for reading, an early literacy program sponsored by the Jefferson County Public Libraries teamed up with Pet Partners and its therapy animal program, to help … more
Some members of Littleton City Council expressed confusion when activists working against the city's efforts to jumpstart urban renewal opposed a ballot issue that would ban condemnation and eminent domain unless a property owner agreed. “We … more
The detailed world of schematics, blueprints and thousands of pages of building codes might not be for everyone, but the passion that Jim Thelen, the city of Littleton's codes and inspections manager, has for them lights up his face. “No two … more
Littleton Fire Rescue Division Chief Wayne Zygowicz was searching for his master's thesis in 2009, and found it in tragedy when a man walked right up to Fire Station 13 and shot himself to death. That incident, and the many other suicides … more
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