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Reinke brothers bring Halloween fright to Littleton

As a child, Gregg Reinke hated being scared.  Reinke remembers being 6 years old when a neighbor gave him a fright one Halloween night. Afterward, Reinke said, he was determined to … more

Littleton City Council unanimously OKs new land-use code

Littleton City Council, during an Oct. 19 meeting, unanimously approved a sweeping new land-use code, the first in nearly 40 years, that will govern future commercial and residential development as … more

Election 2021: Littleton to vote on sales tax increase

For the first time in nearly 50 years, Littleton could raise its sales tax rate if a measure on the 2021 ballot passes.    Ballot Issue 3A would raise the city’s sales tax from … more

Election 2021: Arapahoe County Voters Guide

Welcome to the Colorado Community Media Election 2021 Voters Guide for Arapahoe County. more

Englewood lifts E. Coli water warning; says residents should flush faucets, appliances

Englewood has lifted the boil-water advisory it had issued in response to a positive E. coli test earlier in the week, the city announced just before noon on Aug. 6. more

Sharing stories of recovery from COVID-19

We spoke to people in or near the community about their journey through COVID-19 and compiled their stories here. more

Celebration of Kendrick Castillo's life: 'We need to be more like him'

Live like Kendrick Castillo. Be brave. Be industrious. Have integrity. Show love. That was the overarching message at a May 15 celebration of life service at Cherry Hills Community Church. More … more

Douglas County commissioners eye $10 million to enhance school safety

Jennifer Thompson Consolo and her family had no idea her daughter was being bullied and had begun self-harming during her sophomore year at Douglas County High School. They also didn't know she was … more

Kendrick Castillo: ‘He was the perfect son’

On her first Mother’s Day without her only child, Maria Castillo mustered the strength to get out of bed and into the shower, where she wept.  In the kitchen, eight teenage boys and girls, friends of her son, cooked her breakfast. They added items to a bench, a makeshift shrine, with a few of her son’s favorite things: Dr. Seuss’ “Oh, the Places You’ll Go” and Shel Silverstein’s “The Giving Tree.” A pair of lab safety glasses. A pocket-sized, dark-green Jeep — the same color and model as the one parked in the driveway. more

Storms never last, or do they?

Life is for one generation. A good name (or a bad one) is forever. The area known as “the Divide” has a historically strong name or reputation for inclement Colorado weather. The May snowstorm of … more
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