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Kama Suddath will run against Patrick Driscoll for the District 1 Littleton City Council seat, which is up for grabs after incumbent Bill Hopping decided not to run for re-election. Suddath said she wants to see Littleton stay … more
Community activist Carol Brzeczek is running for one of two at-large seats up for grabs on Littleton City Council. Brzeczez said she is running to “to protect Littleton's quality of life, find a fiscally responsible solution to the current … more
In a brilliant streak of light, NASA's Cassini spacecraft fell from orbit and disintegrated in the atmosphere of the planet Saturn on the morning of Sept. 15, concluding a 20-year mission that saw it make discoveries about the ringed planet and its … more
Cottonwood, catalpa, silver maple, blue spruce and white oak are the fastest-growing tree varietals for Colorado’s Front Range communities, while hawthorn, piñon pine and hackberry are some of the slowest growers, according to a report by the … more
Candidates for Littleton's city council will appear for a forum discussion at 7 p.m. on Sept. 28 at Buck Recreation Center at 2004 W. Powers Ave., Littleton. Doors will open at 6:30. Candidates will discuss why they're running for council and answer … more
Bias and prejudice have no place in Littleton Public Schools, the district's board of education asserted at its Sept. 14 meeting. After a rocky start to the school year in which two LPS students died by suicide, officials reiterated the … more
The registration table was scattered with badges, each one with the face of someone who lost their life on Sept. 11, 2001. As the American flag flapped in the wind, attached to two fire truck … more
Patrick Driscoll is one of two candidates vying for the District 1 city council seat after incumbent Bill Hopping decided not to pursue re-election. Driscoll said he's running to take a different approach to business development. “City … more
The Pirates Cove pool enjoyed by people throughout the summer became a playground for dogs during the Sept. 9 Doggie Plunge. Englewood turns the water park on West Belleview Avenue over to the dogs at the end of each season for the plunge. The … more
Longtime Littleton resident Steve Esses is running for city council, challenging incumbent Phil Cernanec for the District 3 seat. Esses, 64, said he's running for a range of reasons. “Keep the city as Littleton as we know it,” Esses said. … more
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