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Cherry Hills Village Council considers church expansion project

Cherry Hills Village Council considers church expansion project

By Jan Wondra Consecutive public hearings at the March 5, Cherry Hills Village City Council meeting offered an overview of First Church of the Nazarene expansion plans, located at 3800 E. Hampden Ave. The planned expansion will require five separate changes to zoning codes. City Council discussion ranged from parking loads, possible event traffic concerns […]

Colorado Escrow & Title celebrates new Lone Tree office

Colorado Escrow & Title celebrates new Lone Tree office

Colorado Escrow & Title celebrated the opening of its new office spaces in Lone Tree with fellow Chamber Investors and staff recently. The company has been serving Front Range communities since 1985 and specializes in helping individual real estate professionals with standard real estate refinancing & resale as well as commercial, farm, ranch and water […]

Arc celebrates new headquarters

Arc celebrates new headquarters

By Peter Jones The Arc of Arapahoe and Douglas counties celebrated the opening of its first permanent home in Centennial last week. “Our board had a vision for us to have a home for The Arc, a place where we could be, where we wouldn’t have to leave every time the lease rate went up,” […]

New Littleton community to provide Premier Memory Care

New Littleton community to provide Premier Memory Care

Highline Place appoints Moran and Boles  Highline Place, located in the heart of Littleton, is providing the Denver metro area with a state-of-the-art Alzheimer’s and Memory Support community. The facility is currently under construction between the Highline Canal and the park at the intersection of Broadway and Arapahoe. Highline Place will offer residents and families […]

Center Park nominated for People’s Choice Award

Center Park nominated for People’s Choice Award

Centennial facility among DRCOG’s ‘great places’ By Peter Jones Centennial Center Park was the local summer hit of 2012, and now the Denver Regional Council of Governments has taken notice. The 11-acre destination park adjacent to Centennial Civic Center on East Arapahoe Road has been named a finalist for the Live Work Play 2013 People’s […]

A&E Briefs 3-14-13

‘Doubt: A Parable’  Through March 31, 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, 6:30 p.m. Sundays, at 6:30 p.m., Cherry Creek Theatre Shaver-Ramsey Showroom, 2414 E. 3rd Ave., Denver. Winner of the 2005 Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award, Doubt is a gripping story of suspicion cast on a priest’s behavior. Brilliant and powerful drama set in 1964. […]

Greenwood Village Police officer and his dad honored

Greenwood Village Police officer and his dad honored

Marin Special District develops funding alternative for legal expenses

Marin Special District develops funding alternative for legal expenses

By Tom Barry  The typically warm hospitality of The Meridian’s concierge staff at The Landmark condominium tower suddenly changed after two stories about the development appeared on The Villager website on Feb. 24. The previously cordial atmosphere became one of uneasiness and heightened security in the exclusive private residences in Greenwood Village. The Landmark development’s […]

Holmes’s attorneys seek clarification on insanity defense

Holmes’s attorneys seek clarification on insanity defense

By Peter Jones Attorneys for the accused Aurora theater shooter may be poised for an insanity defense if they get the clarification they desire from the judge. In a series of motions, public defenders for James Holmes have challenged the constitutionality of Colorado’s laws on insanity pleas. The attorneys have questioned whether the state’s requirements […]

GV considers modification of utility undergrounding policy

GV considers modification of  utility undergrounding policy

By Jan Wondra A short Greenwood Village Council meeting on Feb. 25 was followed by a significantly long study session. Most significant to many Greenwood Village residents was the debate regarding undergrounding policy and the long awaited undergrounding of utility lines in five residential neighborhoods. The city has learned that initial estimates to complete the projects […]