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With city staff gearing up to get to work on master plans for individual neighborhoods, they're putting to use the $50,000 council authorized for outreach. First off, they upped Mark Barons' hours to work as a full-time neighborhood resources … more
Stan Szabelak rounds out the ballot for the South Suburban Parks and Recreation Board of Directors election, to be held May 6. He joins Sally Daigle, Travis Nicks, John Watson and Tom Wood in challenging incumbents Michael Anderson, Pam Eller and … more
In response to a letter from the ACLU of Colorado, DISH Network has agreed to make several improvements to its accommodations for nursing mothers. On March 12, the ACLU of Colorado sent a letter of complaint to DISH Network claiming multiple … more
School districts would have greater flexibility in deciding how much weight student academic performance would have in evaluating teachers under a bill that passed a Senate committee on March … more
Members of the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce's Economic Development Group took a tour of the Union Station redevelopment in downtown Denver on March 20. The project, started in 2012, is expected to be complete in July, with Union Station … more
Topgolf, one of the country's fastest-growing niche sports entertainment businesses, wants to open its first Colorado outlet in Centennial. The company, which was founded in England and has more than a dozen U.S. locations, is currently … more
Dozens of members of the Arapaho Tribal Nation visited Arapahoe High School on March 21, interacting with students and performing traditional ceremonies. The event brought the Arapaho Tribe from the Wind River Indian Reservation in Riverton, Wyo., … more
John Brackney, president and CEO of the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce, unexpectedly announced his resignation via email to chamber members March 24. “In order for the chamber to take new steps, the time has come for me to pass the … more
On March 21, a jury found Littleton resident Peter V. Capra, 56, guilty of bilking mortgage lenders out of more than $11 million. Capra was the president of Golden Design Group Inc., which built and sold houses in the Denver metropolitan area, … more
A bill that Democrats say would boost turnout in future recall elections passed a Senate committee on March 21, following a party-line vote. The bill seeks to marry existing election statutes with language in the state Constitution. The two are … more
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