Print
114 results total, viewing 11 - 20
Spectators lined the sidewalk to watch the Fire Truck Muster Parade that rolled down Main Street in Littleton with red lights flashing and sirens wailing. The Littleton Fire Department's 1914 truck led the June 11 parade of antique and … more
As 90-degree heat dissipated, thousands converged on downtown Littleton for the Main Street Block Party. The event saw record attendance in its 10 year, according to Greg Reinke, president of the Historic Downtown Littleton Merchant's … more
Mike and Melanie Gelinas agreed they wanted to do something different last year when they decided on a dramatic career change. Mike had worked in Englewood schools for 15 years before moving to another school-related job three years ago and … more
In the realm of nerd, one can always go a little deeper. And for area self-proclaimed nerds and fans of the pop culture phenomenon, that’s where the Denver Comic Con comes in. “We’re putting on a show that we’d want to attend,” said … more
Sheridan residents Harley Adams, Ernest Vigil and Phyllis Vigil are plaintiffs in a district court lawsuit seeking to let residents vote on whether or not the city should continue to use a red-light camera and photo radar. The case was filed June … more
On June 6, the Englewood City Council gave first-round approval to an ordinance that would ban marijuana consumption clubs in the city. Acting City Attorney Dugan Comer presented the ordinance to the council and said it is the result of council … more
Englewood officials point to state tests as they deny Allen Water Filtration Plant employee Ken Kloewer's claim that the dust from alum sludge is responsible for his cancer. Eric Keck, city manager, said the safety of all employees is of primary … more
Advocates of both sides of the issue adamantly expressed their opinions at three forums held to gather opinions about whether or not the Englewood City Council should lift the ban on retail sales of recreational marijuana. There were a number of … more
Englewood resident Rick Gillit tossed his hat in the ring as a Republican candidate for Colorado House District 3. Gillit, 55, was born and raised in the small Bavarian town of Rosenheim, Germany. His single mother placed him in an orphanage. He … more
Cherry Hills Village City Councilmember Katy Brown is working to be chosen as the Republican nominee in Colorado House District 3. Brown, 44, was born and raised in Louisiana and earned bachelor's and master's degrees in computer and media … more
« Prev | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 12 | Next »
Currently viewing stories posted within the past 6 months.
For all older stories, please use our advanced search.