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The Weston Masonic Temple at 5718 S. Rapp St. is a City of Littleton Historic Landmark and, in the manner of historic buildings, demands considerable care and maintenance. Its owners, local Masons whose group has occupied it since it was built in … more
Action Council passed on first reading an ordinance designed to kick-start development of owner-occupied condominiums in the city, similar to laws already enacted in Lone Tree and Lakewood. It bypasses the battle that's been going on at the state … more
Palmer Lake Fire Chief and Falcon Fire Department Fire Marshal Margo Humes says she was one of the first to arrive at the scene of the Black Forest Fire, and the fast-moving fire, on a very hot and … more
Something like this changes you. “Your whole life is gone. Even after you rebuild, the place is sterile, no photos left, no old clothes, no familiar jacket, or hat. Landmarks are gone. Just a … more
Inside the retirement home, about 60 seniors waited in the reception hall. For 45 minutes, they waited. And wondered. “When are they going to be here?” “Highlands Ranch isn’t that far from here.” To pass the time, some … more
South Suburban Parks and Recreation District held its 25th Annual Volunteer Recognition Ceremony on April 8, honoring individuals who served a minimum of 50 hours of volunteer work throughout the district last year. Of more than 5,000 total … more
Seven Stones, a botanical gardens cemetery, will be the first of its kind nationwide — and the first cemetery to be built in Douglas County since 1875, when Cedar Hill Cemetery in Castle Rock broke ground. On April 23, Seven Stones broke ground … more
About 100 local people gathered on April 17 at the Buck Recreation Center to listen and talk about the “Silver Tsunami,” referring to the increasing needs of older citizens in Littleton in particular, but also throughout the metro area. The … more
In 2012, opening a paddleboard shop in the heart of landlocked Littleton might have seemed like a completely outlandish idea to most, but not to John and Nancy Bridenbaugh. “Stand-up paddleboarding was booming on the West Coast, but in … more
What started out as a snit over sidewalks has turned into a yearlong battle among some of the downtown Littleton merchants, and city council just extended it even further. “Downtown is the stage for the city,” said Mayor Phil Cernanec during … more
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