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Cherry Creek grad running Boston Marathon comes so close to tragedy

Cherry Creek grad running Boston Marathon comes so close to tragedy

The Boston Marathon from 26th mile marker By Jan Wondra When Centennial resident Jenna Randolph decided to run the Boston Marathon, she had a decidedly different ending in mind than the horrific tragedy that it became. On April 15, Patriot’s Day in Boston, she had just passed the 26th mile marker, in the final few […]

Mullen hosts 16th Annual Runners Roost Invite

Mullen hosts 16th Annual Runners Roost Invite

By Tom Barry On April 13, athletes showed up for Mullen High School’s 16th annual Runners Roost Invitational Meet for a full day of 117 events, split between the girls and boys races and field competitions. “This meet is probably the largest meet in the state,” said John Hancock, who has coached at Mullen for […]

HobNob Dog Hotel and Spa Facility receives special permit during public hearing

By Jan Wondra A public hearing was held during the April 15 Greenwood Village City Council meeting on the filing for a special use permit for a kennel facility, called HobNob Dog Hotel and Spa, at 9595 E. Arapahoe Road, just off the intersection of Arapahoe and Dayton. The permit request was accompanied by a […]

Drop off expired or unused meds on Drug Take-Back Day

Submitted by U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration Take-back programs are the best way to dispose of expired or unused medicines. Drugs can be dropped off at the following locations on Saturday, April 27, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. • Littleton Center main parking lot; 2255 W. Berry Ave. • Streets at Southglenn: 6801 S. University Blvd., Centennial […]

An ‘Epic’ spring-cleaning event

Get rid of stuff you don’t need and help others The season for spring cleaning is here. Are you ready to remodel or redecorate? Have the kids outgrown their clothes and toys? Is it time to get organized? Take the things you don’t need any more to the fourth annual Epic Spring Cleaning Event, Saturday, […]

Landmark Building site approval granted

By Jan Wondra Greenwood Village City Council approved the second and final readings of two ordinances at its April 15 meeting, clearing the way for the construction of a new professional office building at 5351 Roslyn St., just north of the Landmark Center.  The two new ordinances vacate an old cul-de-sac right-of-way on one corner […]

LPS to host session for prospective school board candidates

Three seats open for the November election  Submitted by Littleton Public Schools Are you interested in running for the Littleton Public Schools Board of Education? If so, attend this information session to learn more about what it is like to be a school board member in Littleton Public Schools. Attendees will have an opportunity to: […]

Chick-fil-A opens at Tamarac Square April 18

Chick-fil-A opens at Tamarac Square April 18

The first stand-alone Chick-fil-A restaurant in Denver proper will open April 18 bringing up to 100 new jobs and the chance for 100 adults to win free Chick-fil-A meals for a year as the chain reaches the 10th anniversary of its signature grand opening celebration. The new Tamarac Square restaurant at 7785 E. Hampden Ave. […]

Agreement on conflict

Agreement on conflict

Cancer League of Colorado’s Hope Ball set for May 4

Cancer League of Colorado’s Hope Ball set for May 4

The Cancer League of Colorado annual Hope Ball will be held May 4 at the Hyatt Regency Tech Center. A kickoff party was held at the home of Dr. Richard and Linda Kelly in Cherry  Hills Village where guests had an opportunity to purchase corporate tables or individual seats. Edie Marks is the  Hope Ball Chair with […]