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Battle looms in Littleton over urban renewal

Battle looms in Littleton over urban renewal

Opponents plan ballot question to require voter approval By Peter Jones While Littleton officials tout urban renewal as a cost-effective way for the city to partner with property owners to erase blight and enhance economic development, some Littleton residents are not so sure. If Citizens for Rational Development gets its way, the question may soon […]

A Walk to End Alzheimer’s

A Walk to End Alzheimer’s

Denver Broncos owner Pat Bowlen’s wife Annabel Bowlen and the members of Team Super Bowlen united in a movement with thousands of Denver area residents to reclaim the future for millions at the Alzheimer’s Association’s Walk to End Alzheimer’s on Sept. 20 at Denver City Park. Bowlen then cut the ribbon to start this year’s […]

Comedy Works celebrates 5th anniversary in grand style

Comedy Works celebrates 5th anniversary in grand style

Wende Curtis thanks friends with George Lopez show By Tom Barry A notable achievement occurred at Comedy Works, Sept. 18, at the Landmark in Greenwood Village. The nationally acclaimed comedy club pulled out all the stops to celebrate its fifth anniversary, albeit belatedly. A colorful balloon arch adorned the front entrance while small lights added […]

A tasty night in Greenwood Village

A tasty night in Greenwood Village

Guests enjoy samples from more than 40 restaurants  Anyone who left the annual Taste of Greenwood Village hungry on Sept. 18 is one for the record books. Dozens of restaurants from Del Frisco’s to Cuba Cuba were on hand for a seemingly endless around-the-world culinary trip through south metro Denver and beyond. Although the large […]

‘USA Today’ names Centennial No. 26 of 50 Best Places to Live

‘USA Today’ names Centennial No. 26 of 50 Best Places to Live

Parks, low crime and affordability cited By Peter Jones The City of Centennial has done it again. USA Today has ranked the newest city in the immediate metro area as No. 26 on a list of the 50 best places to live in the United States. For the study, 550 areas with a population of […]

St. Mary’s Academy kicks off 150th celebration

St. Mary’s Academy kicks off 150th celebration

Alumnae Weekend, Oct. 2–5 By Jan Wondra They gathered at the northwest corner of University and Quincy, around a sturdy sign, shrouded in paper. Once the wrapping was removed by Mayor Doug Tisdale and Deirdre Cryor, president of St. Mary’ s Academy, the important anniversary date became clear; this 2014-2015 school year marks the 150th […]

Former sheriff takes interim job in Denver

Former sheriff takes interim job in Denver

Robinson to lead internal affairs in wake of abuse charges By Peter Jones Retired Arapahoe County Sheriff Grayson Robinson is back in the saddle – at least for the time being. In the wake of several embarrassing incidents for the Denver Sheriff Department, Robinson will lead that office’s beleaguered Internal Affairs Bureau for an interim […]

Cherry Hills Barn Party and Tour set for Sept. 27-28

Cherry Hills Barn Party and Tour set for Sept. 27-28

By Jan Wondra It’s that time of year again, when you put on your cowboy boots, grab your honey and head for the barns of Cherry Hills Village. The fourth annual Cherry Hills Barn Tour and Benefit is set for Sept. 27-28, an event benefiting the Cherry Hills Village Land Preserve. Featuring some of Cherry […]

Wolfe walks from Denver to Vail for 9th straight year in honor of father

Wolfe walks from Denver to Vail for 9th straight year in honor of father

Donate to Alzheimer’s research today This year marks Fred Wolfe’s ninth year to walk from Denver to Vail in honor of his father who died two years after his Alzheimer’s diagnosis in 2005. Wolfe, who is 67 and has lived in the Denver area for 43 years, began his journey on Sept. 17 at 6 […]

Romanoff marks 48th birthday

Romanoff marks 48th birthday

Andrew Romanoff, the Democratic candidate in the 6th Congressional District, marked his 48th birthday on Aug. 23 with a party and campaign event in Centennial Center Park.

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