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Property’s future may look very different

Littleton’s lone urban renewal area sits in a state of disrepair behind a 6-foot fence. Trash and broken glass are strewn along walkways and graffiti lines the outside of buildings that have not been occupied in several years at what once was the …
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A growing taste for sushi

Diane Bukatman, who founded For the Love of Food cooking school in Golden, learned to make sushi in 2004 while working at a Washington, D.C., restaurant. One co-worker was a Japanese sushi chef for the restaurant, she said. Fascinated by the art, …
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    • Arapahoe County assessor lauded as he exits

      Corbin Sakdol was lauded by colleagues and friends for both his competence and his sense of humor at a retirement ceremony on Jan. 6, his last day as Arapahoe County assessor. Among those who paid tribute to the outgoing assessor were county …

    • Littleton principal stays positive after injury

      Ralph Moody Elementary School Principal Allyson Mallory knew what she was facing as soon as she hit the ground. Mallory, 37, is paralyzed from the waist down following a snowboarding accident at Keystone Resort on Dec. 23. She said that she …

    • Highlands Ranch Chili's fire started on roof

      The recent fire that severely damaged the Chili's Bar and Grill in Highlands Ranch was the result of hot patchwork being done on the roof, said Littleton Fire Rescue spokeswoman Jackie Erwin. "(Roofers) tried to pull up the patch and use fire …

    • Eatery space in Littleton once again dishing up meals

      More than three years of vacancy at the former Jose’s Restaurant in downtown Littleton came to an end this month with the opening of The Alley. With a style dubbed “Mountain Mexican,” the new bar and restaurant shares the building at 2420 …

    • Does downtown Littleton have a parking problem?

      If you drive the downtown streets of Littleton looking for a parking spot, especially on a Friday or Saturday evening, you may end up searching for a long time — and face a long walk to the business you want to patronize. Parking problems rank …