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Some steps the city has taken to bring Littleton neighbors together are starting to pay off, says Mark Barons, neighborhood resources coordinator. “When you know your neighbors and you know a little about their situation, you're less likely to … more
Lucie Stanish and Jack Reutzel swapped seats during the Jan. 30 meeting of the Littleton Public Schools Board of Education, as Stanish ceded her presidency. “Now I look forward to making motions, asking more questions and worrying less about … more
There's about a $13 million gap in the Littleton Public Schools special-education system, say its administrators. “Shame on the state, and shame on the federal government for not providing this funding,” LPS board member Mary Nichols said … more
The Snow Squad is a volunteer network run by the City of Littleton that provides snow-shoveling assistance to those older than age 60. Contact the Aging Well Resource Center at 303-795-3980 to get the application process started, or contact Debbie … more
Open house meetings will take place at 6 p.m. on Feb. 10 and 11 at the Highlands Ranch Metro District Office, 62 Plaza Drive, so the community can receive updates and offer comments on the C-470 Corridor project. The proposal includes the … more
Six Newton Middle School students were chosen to be part of the 2015 Colorado Middle School All State Choir. Out of more than 1,000 students who auditioned, only 300 students were accepted. Students Derek Fernandez, Jayson Glidden and Leif Olson … more
“Swearfest” is coming to 38 State Brew, 8071 S. Broadway in Littleton, on Valentines Day, Feb. 14, 6-7:30 p.m. Scott Mastro describes his story-telling show as “Moth Radio Hour meets Trailer Park Boys.” It's a story-telling event where … more
Alamo Drafthouse Cinema Littleon welcomes cultural critic Matt Zoller Seitz on Feb. 13 to sign his new book, “The Wes Anderson Collection: The Grand Budapest Hotel.” He'll also answer questions after a presentation of the film “The Grand … more
Arapahoe Community College will host an Interior Design and Architecture Student Exhibition from Feb. 16 through March 11. Festivities include an opening reception with light refreshments on Feb. 20, 5 to 7 p.m. Admission is free, and the exhibit is … more
South Suburban Park and Recreation District's annual Matching Gifts Program offers up to $15,000 for the development and improvement of community parks, trails, facilities and programs. Neighborhoods, homeowner associations, sports groups, … more
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