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Littleton resident Sheri O'Connor said she enjoyed the free massage and Ann Hastings, who recently moved to Englewood, said she received a lot of good information as the two women were among several hundred people who attended the April 7 Active … more
The Family Resource Pavilion is a new collaborative effort between nine entities in Douglas and Arapahoe counties dedicated to providing services to troubled youths and families. The new building celebrated its grand opening April 7, while services … more
More than a few bills in the 10-bill Ready to Work package making its way though the Colorado Legislature this session focus on an obvious component of workforce development: education. Similarly, school districts and local colleges continue to … more
When I sat down for an interview with Northglenn Economic Development Manager Debbie Tuttle last month for my weekly “Coffee with…” column, she seemingly couldn’t say enough about workforce development — in her home city of Northglenn, … more
Colorado’s economy has had one of the best recoveries from the 2008 recession in the country, with an unemployment rate almost 2 percentage points lower than the national average. But that’s difficult to believe when one is still looking for a … more
A Red Cross shelter will remain open until at least April 12 as seniors evacuated from their Littleton apartment building await news of when they can return. "If people evacuated from the … more
Residents of a Littleton apartment building for seniors were still awaiting word the morning of April 8 on when they could return home following a fire that forced them to evacuate. more
The 18-year-old Arapahoe High School graduate accused of causing a crash that killed two Centennial women was officially charged with vehicular homicide in an Arapahoe County courtroom April 7. Taden Jones faces two counts of DUI vehicular … more
Mike Williams is running for his first political office, but he hopes voters in state House District 38 are attracted to his other experiences. “I’m definitely not a bureaucrat,” the 29-year-old Centennial Republican said, pointing to his … more
The Englewood Recreation Center hummed with conversation about the library, parks and recreation facilities, and programs during the city's March 31 master plan open house. “We are hoping a lot of our residents will join us today and tell us … more
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