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LPS students head back to class

School was back in session for Littleton Public Schools students on Aug. 16, and for sixth-graders at Newton Middle School, that meant going to a new school. They'll get yet another new school before … more

Donations to food bank flat as needs climb

The shelves are starting to look a little thin at one of the south metro area's biggest food banks. Donations are flat at Integrated Family Community Services — formerly called Interfaith — while … more

My Name Is ... Herb Goede

The taxman cometh I'm a dad and a husband first. I run an IT development shop for FISERV. The main company does credit card processing, but I work for a division that develops and maintains the … more

Food, fun kick off Western Welcome Week

Western Welcome Week was off to a great start on Aug. 9, with crowds thronging to Sterne Park in Littleton for a barbecue, concert and fireworks. The Rotary Club of Littleton, now in its third year … more

My Name Is ... Cassie Stewart

May the force be with her I like to draw a lot of space-themed and Star Wars art. I'm a huge Star Wars fan — my wife and I even had a Star Wars-themed wedding. I was dressed as Anakin Skywalker, … more

Next Gen committee chair announces council run

Next Generation Advisory Committee chairperson Iftin Abshir announced a bid for the District 4 seat on city council this fall. Abshir is the first candidate to declare for the seat, which will be … more

Couple arrested on suspicion of multiple highway shootings

No one was injured after an occupant of a vehicle allegedly fired shots at another vehicle on Santa Fe Drive on Aug. 4. An occupant of a gray pickup truck fired shots at a BMW SUV on northbound Santa … more

Downtown Littleton becomes racetrack for Criterium

Downtown Littleton became a racetrack on Aug. 8, as the 7th annual Twilight Criterium saw 140 professional bicyclists — and more than a few amateurs — fly down city streets. The race was the … more

LPS students head back to school: 5 things to know

Wrap up that back-to-school shopping, because classes start at Littleton Public Schools on Aug. 16. Here are five things to know before the first bell rings. Full-day kindergarten begins … more

Western Welcome Week 2019: Parade marshal Mickey Kempf proud of tradition of service

When Bradford Auto Body owner Mickey Kempf rolls down Main Street as the grand marshal of the 2019 Western Welcome Week Grand Parade on Aug. 17, he’ll be following in a family tradition. Kempf’s … more

Housing market flattening out: 5 things to know

The Denver area’s real estate boom that saw rents and housing prices skyrocket in recent years is slowing down, experts say. “It’s flattened out a lot,” said Jill Schafer, the head of the … more

My Name Is... Colleen Suiter

Little house on the prairie I was born in a little house on the prairie in Weld County. The nearest town was Kimball, Nebraska. We lived there till I was three, then the government bought up all the … more

City gearing up for changes at Mineral and Santa Fe

City officials are gearing up to revamp one of the city's most congested intersections, though a full-scale fix is still a long way off. Littleton recently landed a $9.1 million federal grant to … more

My Name Is... Andrea Manion

Accounting on it Describing yourself is hard for an accountant. People don’t want to talk about numbers and taxes. I got into it accidentally. I was going to school for computer programming, and I … more

Low-income residents could be on the move

Jackie Chavez was finally starting to feel settled. Chavez, 28, spent her younger years moving from place to place in east Denver, with her young children in tow. Three years ago, she landed a … more

Federal and Bowles intersection faces slow road to upgrades

No new safety improvements have been implemented at the intersection of Federal Boulevard and Bowles Avenue, nearly two years after voters approved more than a half-million dollars in funding to … more

Protests converge outside immigrant detention facility

A Mexican flag flew over Aurora's immigrant detention facility the evening of July 12, as two very different protests converged to condemn American immigration policy. Hundreds of protesters, … more

TLC Meals on Wheels finds a new home: Las Delicias

First, the good news: TLC Meals on Wheels has a new home. TLC, a nonprofit that provides healthy meals, companionship and other services to seniors and homebound adults, finally landed a new … more

No new complaints about shooting range, officials say

A south Littleton shooting range that has been the target of controversy over the past year is officially open for business, and may get even bigger. Despite dire predictions from neighbors over … more

My Name Is... MK Holody

Making things easier I help nonprofits increase their impact by doing more with their data. The company I work for, CiviCore, does data management for nonprofits. Say a group provides services to … more
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