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Littleton council approves big step in fire merger plan

Littleton took a big step toward leaving the firefighting business at the April 17 city council meeting, with councilmembers voting 6-1 to initiate a process to dissolve the city's fire department … more

My Name Is... Jon Felix

Branching out I grew up in Nebraska, and I was adopted. I’m married to my wife Jade, and we recently moved to Denver from Greeley. I worked fast food until recently, and now I work in retail. I’m … more

Dirt Coffee set to open storefront off Main Street

Daniel Boone said he feels like Santa Claus at work. “We go around and bring happiness to people,” Boone said, wearing his trademark conductor's hat as he served up java from the window of the … more

Columbine Square demolition enters final phase

Excavators tore into the remaining buildings at the long-derelict Columbine Square shopping center at Federal Boulevard and Belleview Avenue on April 2, bringing to an end a years-long saga that … more

Littleton Fire seeks full inclusion into South Metro district

Homeowners would be on the hook for roughly another $10 a month in property taxes if voters approve the inclusion of Littleton Fire Rescue into a larger, neighboring district this fall, according to … more

‘He would want us to forgive’: Arrest made years after teacher's death

Kiowa High School let out for the summer in May 2010, with popular science teacher Randy Wilson’s youngest son Dean among the 29 graduates. Wilson’s sons Cody and Weston had recently told their … more

‘You can’t fill those shoes’: Teachers, students remember slain teacher

A wooden cross marks the lonely prairie crossroads where Kiowa High School teacher Randy Wilson was found dead in 2010. At the school, 16 miles south, Wilson’s final, stoic yearbook photo hangs in … more

Street budget robust in 2018, but worries loom

Littleton is poised to kick off a robust season of roadway improvements thanks to a budget boost from a ballot measure last fall that allowed the city to keep extra revenue, although road maintenance … more

No easy fixes on horizon for Denver metro area housing crunch

Even record levels of construction won’t fix the fact that demand will outpace supply in the Denver-area housing market for the foreseeable future, according to a new study that explores the … more

LPS students plan to be part of more walkouts

Many Littleton Public Schools students plan to participate in a fresh round of school walkouts next week to advocate for gun law reform and school safety, part of a national groundswell of student … more

LPS students protest school violence

Students from Littleton Public Schools joined their peers nationwide on Feb. 21, protesting for what organizers call a comprehensive approach to school safety that incorporates mental health care, … more

Heritage students pitch ice rink design

If all goes according to plan, Heritage High School seniors Alexa Balkema and Sarah Ervin can come to their high school reunions and take a spin on the synthetic ice skating rink they designed. … more

My Name Is... Heather Hilgers

Airport builder I’m a mother of two and a civil engineer. I enjoy working really hard. I work at airports, building runways, taxiways and terminal buildings. I’ve worked at tiny airports in … more

Opportunities explored along Littleton's Belleview corridor

More than 100 neighbors accepted the city's invitation to discuss the future of the Belleview corridor at St. James Presbyterian Church on Feb. 5, a meeting that was part of a larger effort to flesh … more

Littleton, Lakewood hospitals at cutting edge of new stroke treatments

Steven Squires was reading the comics at his kitchen table on a Sunday in September when his wife Carol heard him emit a strange groan. His hands curled, his mouth hung open. Carol called 911 as … more

Lunar eclipse draws early bird space fans

True die-hards turned out at South Platte Park in the pre-dawn hours of Jan. 31 to watch an astronomical event that won’t repeat for decades: a super blue blood moon. That’s a romantic way to say … more

Outnumbered Gallery bids farewell

Outnumbered Gallery, the ambitious art gallery on Prince Street and Main Street in downtown Littleton, will close its doors for good at the end of February, though owner Sudee Floyd has plans to take … more

Winter is snow problem for plow crews

Weary snowplow drivers rolled into Littleton's service center the afternoon of Jan. 22, fueling up their muddy rigs after an 11-hour shift that began well before dawn, ensuring that one of this … more

High Line Canal plans moving forward

Efforts to preserve and enhance the High Line Canal are becoming more fleshed out in 2018, as the nonprofit High Line Canal Conservancy launched the second phase of significant planning for the … more

Students in Littleton Public Schools get new start times

Students at Littleton Public Schools should be able to rest a little easier this fall, after the district approved a plan to juggle what time of day different grade levels start in the morning, a … more
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