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City infrastructure budget at ‘critical point’ officials say

Littleton city officials stepped up their efforts to build support for a slate of potential budget fixes on June 8, speaking to a packed house of civic and business leaders about the dire state of … more

‘This is the positive side of humanity’

Englewood showed its neighborly spirit on June 4, as dozens of people turned out for a parade and party for a new resident who has quickly earned a lot of love. Dozens of people in cars, on foot, on … more

Littleton City Council sends mixed-use developer back to drawing board

Littleton City Council sent a developer back to the drawing board on May 4, voting 5-2 to reject a rezoning plan from Evergreen Devco to build a sprawling mixed-use project at the southwest corner of … more

New leader coming to Arapahoe Community College

Dr. Stephanie Fujii wasn’t always sure college was right for her. But when she takes the helm of Arapahoe Community College as its new president on July 12, she says it’s exactly where she wants … more

Reward increased in unsolved killing of girl

More than half a century after she was killed, investigators hope an increased reward will help lead them to the person who murdered Marilee Burt. Metro Denver Crime Stoppers announced an increase in … more

Littleton City Council to fill vacancy as Elrod steps down

Littleton City Council has a vacancy to fill, after at-large councilmember Karina Elrod stepped down effective May 9. Elrod, who was elected to a four-year term in 2017, is leaving the seven-member … more

Hundreds of homes in the works on South Santa Fe Drive

Plans are moving forward to develop Littleton's largest remaining parcels of vacant land, which could see more than 700 housing units and more than 30,000 square feet of commercial space in coming … more

Littleton school board votes to close East Elementary

Littleton Public Schools will consolidate East and Moody elementary schools into a new building on the Moody Elementary campus, the school board decided unanimously on March 30. The decision means … more

My Name Is... Randy Runyan

Seeing the humanity in others I’ve been a middle school music teacher for 13 years. Middle school is some of the most rapid development kids go through. As a music teacher, I get them all three … more

Soaring home prices challenge city officials

After decades that have seen housing prices climb far faster than income growth, Littleton officials are wrestling with how to address calls to increase the diversity and affordability of the … more

At The Thinkery, a place for kids to grow and create

After a year defined by online education, Jennifer Winslow and Sophia Sun are betting youngsters are ready to get together and get real again.   Winslow and Sun run The Thinkery, a … more

Victim’s family seeks memorial in unsolved hit-run death

As the months tick by since the still-unsolved hit-and-run death of Carl Howard, his loved ones are hoping to memorialize the man whose death gouged a devastating wound in their … more

Noise limits in downtown boosted

Downtown revelry will get a bit more leeway this summer, after Littleton City Council unanimously passed an ordinance boosting the allowable sound level on Main Street. The ordinance allows a maximum … more

Aspen Grove could see overhaul

Aspen Grove shopping center in south Littleton could be headed for a total overhaul into a mixed-use residential, retail and office complex, if plans proposed by its owners move forward. Gerrity … more

Angela Christensen picked to fill Littleton school board vacancy

Angela Christensen will become Littleton Public Schools' newest board member, selected by a unanimous vote of the rest of the board on Feb. 25 to fill the vacancy left after Carrie Warren-Gully was … more

Littleton Public Schools to return to classrooms full-time March 15

Littleton Public Schools is slated to bring all middle and high school students back for full-time, in-person classroom learning starting March 15, more than a month ahead of schedule. “We've heard … more

Voters could decide on tax increases this fall

Littleton City Council could ask voters as soon as this November whether to raise local taxes, in efforts to shore up sputtering city finances hit hard by the COVID crisis. City council is exploring … more

Love by the model trainload

“Do you believe in magic?” With the wave of a magic wand and an “abracadabra,” Ken Cook walked through the secret entrance — one he asked us not to divulge — to his model train room. In … more

Littleton Public Schools' nutrition chief: keep no-charge meals after COVID

The sun did little to chase away the single-digit cold on Feb. 12 as Sarah Kinney hopped from foot to foot outside Arapahoe High School. Standing beside a tall rack loaded with bags of food, Kinney … more

My Name Is... Patient Morgan

'I'm still breathing' I'm the owner of Genuine African Braiding, on Main Street in downtown Littleton. I began my business in 1999, when I moved to the United States from Liberia. For many years … more
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