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Cherry Creek Schools’ CMAS scores show no substantial changes, still lower than pre-pandemic

The 2022-23 state assessment results for the Cherry Creek School District mostly showed no substantial changes from the previous school year, according to a presentation given to the board of … more

Centennial City Council approves pickleball regulations, keeping courts 250 feet away from homes

With hopes of preventing neighborhood conflicts over pickleball noise, the Centennial City Council approved new rules on how close outdoor courts can be to homes. New permanent outdoor … more

Littleton City Council votes to redevelop Geneva Village, forcing 12 senior residents to find new housing options

After years of uncertainty about the future of their apartment complex, the 12 female residents of Geneva Village will now be required to find new homes. In what some Littleton city … more

Council votes on first reading of CodeNext for a second time

For the second time, the Englewood City Council approved the first reading of CodeNext in a 4-3 vote on Sept. 18.   The agenda item, which was originally approved on Sept. 11, was … more

Castle Rock council directs staff to draft policy for public indecency, nudity

Castle Rock will be implementing public indecency, indecent exposure and public nudity laws at the municipal level following a town council discussion on Sept. 19. The council unanimously … more

An ax-cellent year: Parker ax-throwing business sticks its first anniversary

A night out with the neighbors put entrepreneur Jesse Thrash on the path to small business ownership.  “When I first went, I wasn’t good,” Thrash said of his inaugural … more

Englewood council votes to give City Manager Shawn Lewis more authority if needed after the recall election

The Englewood City Council approved a temporary ordinance that will grant limited authority to City Manager Shawn Lewis in the event of a lack of a quorum after the Oct. 3 recall election.  … more

Business profile: Honey Pig Cafe in Lone Tree is taste of real China

Honey Pig Cafe, an unassuming new restaurant with big plans, quietly debuted over the summer in Lone Tree. “We just wanted to get the doors open as soon as possible,” James Choi, … more

Nearly 100 artists provide colorful art during annual Centennial Chalk Art Festival

Nearly 100 artists participated in this year’s Centennial Chalk Art Festival, bringing a breadth of color and imagination to the sidewalks of the shopping district, The Streets at SouthGlenn. … more

People gather for Arapahoe Libraries Used Book Sale

Hundreds of thousands of people across Colorado and surrounding states gathered for the Arapahoe Libraries Used Book Sale at Koelbel Library.   Volunteer Coordinator Nicole Dumville, … more

Cheer through chalk: Littleton merchants put on first annual chalk art festival

Downtown Littleton exploded with color the second weekend of September, as artists from across the state decorated the sidewalks of Main Street with chalk. It was Littleton’s first Walk … more

Englewood completes Oxford Avenue sinkhole, waterline repair

The City of Englewood announced that repairs to the sinkhole and storm pipe on Oxford Avenue at Navajo Street are finished.  After months of delays due to weather and other unforeseen … more

UPDATED: CodeNext first reading comes back due to 'inadvertent errors'

For the third time this month, the first reading of the controversial CodeNext zoning overhaul is back on the Englewood City Council agenda this coming Monday, Sept. 18, so the council can “correct inadvertent errors” that were made during the apparent approval of the measure on Sept. 11. more

A Boozy Brunch Joint to open in Highlands Ranch this fall

Inspired by his time traveling across the globe, Chef Troy Guard has brought a blend of flavors to his breakfast restaurant, HashTAG, the Boozy Brunch Joint. Now, Highlands Ranch residents … more

The Arapahoe County Board of Health to expand to 7 members in 2024

The Arapahoe County Board of Health is going to expand next year, moving from a five-member board to seven, starting on Jan. 1. With board members Nancy Sharpe and Nancy Jackson terming out … more

Cherry Creek school board candidates discuss test scores, live-streaming meetings and SROs

The race for three seats on the Cherry Creek School District Board of Education is underway, and all five candidates met during a candidate forum at Smoky Hill High School. The school … more

Douglas County Sheriff’s Office cuts ties with Able Shepherd

A new statement from the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office says it will no longer participate in training or events with Able Shepherd, a tactical training group that has faced backlash after its … more

Littleton council discusses possible uses for opioid settlement revenue

Over the next 18 years, Littleton will receive about $1.2 million in opioid settlement funds. At a study session on Sept. 12, the city council directed staff to put Littleton’s first … more

Councilmembers facing recall share perspectives on election following CodeNext vote

Following the first-reading approval of CodeNext, Englewood City Councilmembers Othoniel Sierra, Chelsea Nunnenkamp and Joe Anderson share their perspectives on the ordinance changes and the Oct. 3 special recall election. more

Englewood Judge Joe Jefferson says public trust remains big issue for courts, judicial system

Englewood Municipal Judge Joe Jefferson feels one of the greatest issues currently facing the court is public trust.   more
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