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A preliminary hearing scheduled for Feb. 24 for the suspect in a pair of late July daytime gunpoint carjackings in Littleton, as well as another carjacking in Aurora, was continued until April 3. Tremaine Dwayne Speer, 32, faces charges of … more
For four years, Dirt Coffee has been serving up locally roasted coffee out of its truck at farmers’ markets and events around the Denver area while helping an oft-overlooked segment of society. “The main mission is to employ and empower … more
Members of the military who are trying to transition into the civilian workforce received free suits and business attire at an event in Lone Tree last week. The clothing was collected by the Farmers Insurance Suits for Soldiers national campaign … more
Rat complaints are on the rise in Littleton, possibly due to a decrease in the predator population in the area over the last several years. City spokeswoman Kelli Narde said the city had heard reports of an increased numbers of rats from all over … more
Award-winning writer Dave Cheadle finds a comfortable position in his favorite chair to work on the final novel in his trilogy about the looming fate of the world. “Freak Fall,” the first book in the trilogy the author calls the apocalyptic … more
Young men and women stepped out of limousines, walked the red carpet, ate a catered dinner and danced the night away at the Night to Shine prom at Shepherd of the Hills Lutheran Church in Centennial. “This is my first prom,” said Nora Jacobs, … more
The ancient art of wood carving is alive and well each Friday at Englewood's Malley Senior Recreation Center as men and women bring their talent and their tools to transform blocks of wood into animals, birds, angels and other artworks. On Feb. … more
Dennis Reijnders' American-born wife Anna was about six months away from gaining Dutch citizenship when his job with a cell phone company was transferred to a different city in the Netherlands. But the couple, who met when Anna was going to … more
“Sooner or later, I’m going to lose my parents,” said Patty Bortz by way of introduction in a discussion of end-of-life issues. “Let me introduce my mother, Libby Bortz, mentor and best friend, who serves on many boards, including hospital … more
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
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