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Future uncertain for Centennial business incubator

After shedding two CEOs in the span of about three months, Innovation Pavilion, a co-working campus geared toward startups and entrepreneurs, may move out of its headquarters in the wake of sexual … more

Roxborough State Park closed for rescue mission

Authorities have closed Roxborough State Park in Douglas County while they search for a missing person they believe may be suicidal.  more

Residents want more ice at new rec complex

South Suburban Parks and Recreation District unveiled tentative plans for their new recreation complex in mid-September, which would replace the South Suburban Ice Arena and the district’s … more

South Suburban sets second hearing on 2019 budget

The South Suburban Parks and Recreation board will outline the district’s major goals and priorities for next year at the second public hearing Oct. 10 on the 2019 budget. The public can provide … more

Unaffiliated voters on rise in Colorado, but impact unclear

Colorado’s status as a “purple” state often gets tossed about, and in the battle to tilt the state to Republicans’ and Democrats’ liking, unaffiliated voters are caught in a tug-of-war. … more

Colorado's Task Force lends a helping hand in North Carolina

Tropical storm Florence has had a devastating impact on North Carolina. A North Carolina Emergency Management spokesperson confirmed to the Lakewood Sentinel that the death toll from the storm is 16. … more

Store's abrupt shutdown leaves consignors in cold

Numerous consignors say they have been unable to close their accounts and receive money owed to them by Act II Consignment, which abruptly shut its Englewood location in early September. The … more

Oktoberfest offers authentic fun

Not every wedding couple gets a toast from a mythical goat-demon, but Steven and Cherilyn Troyer aren’t every couple. The pair tied the knot at Schatzi’s Oktoberfest at Bega Park in Littleton on … more

6th Congressional District is a national nail-biter — here's why

In a wide slice of the Denver suburbs — including a city where one in five people is foreign-born — Democrats have not been able to edge out Republican U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman, who might as well … more

State’s suicide rate is high, but addressable, experts say

Suicide in Colorado is often talked about in terms of statistics — the state is consistently in the top 10 in the country for suicide deaths. But to Sarah Brummett, the director of the state Office … more

E-cigarette makers face warning from FDA chief

U.S. health officials are sounding the alarm about rising teenage use of e-cigarettes, calling the problem an “epidemic” and ordering manufacturers to reverse the trend or risk having their … more

Last-minute confusion clears: Rocky Flats will open Saturday

In early August, a federal judge decided not to block trail construction at Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge, despite local citizens' and organizations' claims that it is environmentally unsafe. … more

Runners honor veterans, victims of 9/11

Nearly 200 runners — some carrying heavy military packs — convened in Reynolds Landing Park along the South Platte River on the morning of Sept. 9 to honor the nearly 3,000 people killed on Sept. … more

Colorado attorney general candidates clash over credentials in debate

GRAND JUNCTION — Colorado's major party candidates for attorney general engaged in their first debate over their respective credentials in their race to succeed Republican Cynthia Coffman. The … more

Thousands remember 9/11 at Colorado Memorial Stair Climb

More than 2,300 people gathered the morning of Tuesday, Sept. 11 to “never forget.” The participants of the 2018 Colorado 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb paid tribute to the 343 FDNY firefighters and almost 3,000 Americans who died on 9/11 by climbing the equivalent of the 110 stories of the World Trade Center. more

Day for dogs goes swimmingly in Parker

The first impression of Parker's annual “Barker Days” event is pandemonium. Dogs of every size and shape, hundreds of them, indulged in a sensory overload of things to fetch and chase in the … more

South Suburban seeks public input for recreation complex

A new recreation complex that is expected to include a field house, ice arena and gymnasium with pickleball courts is being developed by South Suburban Parks and Recreation, and the recreation … more

LPS scores high on state tests, as usual

Standardized test scores at Littleton Public Schools were well above the state average again in 2018, but still below where district officials would like them to be. Littleton's scores on the … more

Littleton fire chief leaving for new job

Littleton Fire Chief Chris Armstrong will step down from his position effective Oct. 10, about 2 1/2 months before the department is dissolved and the city begins contracting with South Metro Fire … more

Earth Treks gym is open for those ready to climb walls

Emily Camp smiled as she emerged from Earth Treks facility at 1050 W. Hampden Ave. in Englewood after spending a couple hours on the facility's indoor climbing walls. “I am an avid climber and I … more
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