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A bill to increase penalties for drivers convicted of distracted driving related to cellphone use passed the state Senate's State, Veterans & Military Affairs Committee on Feb. 8 by a 4-1 vote. The committee amended some of the bill's language … more
Littleton will process the site development plan and building application for an affordable apartment building downtown that has drawn the ire of its future neighbors, while still negotiating with the developer for a compromise on some elements of … more
Colorado's Democratic House leadership said any effort to create a permanent funding source to improve the state's congested road network must not sacrifice education spending. On Feb. 8, a month into Colorado's four-month legislative session, … more
A bill that would allow teachers and other public school employees who have the proper permit to carry a handgun on campus after completing safety training has passed the Republican-controlled state Senate. The legislation is sponsored by Senate … more
After nearly eight months without a permanent city manager, Littleton will have to go a little longer. Three candidates came to town to be interviewed by the city council, city department heads and a panel of citizens last week, but the … more
The minimum wage increase that took effect in Colorado at the beginning of the year is having a minimal impact so far on the south metro Denver business community, according to several proprietors and industry experts. While some employers are … more
When Aaron Graybill moved into the neighborhood near Bowles Grove Park from Denver last year, he hoped that the small pond in the park would give him and his kids the opportunity to catch some fish. But they found the fishing in the pond near the … more
About me I’m a musician and a music teacher. I was born in Boulder but I spent much of my childhood in North Carolina. I moved back to Colorado in 2002 and don’t plan on ever leaving. I’m also a small businessman, as the owner of Band … more
As construction of the Foundry Apartments affordable housing project nears completion, the company is leasing units to the first clients who are scheduled to become tenants in May. SW Development Group bought 2.13 acres of land and the apartment … more
Robert “Bob” Tonsing served for a decade on Littleton City Council and was named “Father of Light Rail” by the Regional Transportation District when he retired from its board in 2004. Friends and colleagues will gather Feb. 10 at Fort … more
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