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Littleton Block Party canceled after permit dispute

The Littleton Block Party, scheduled for June 8, is canceled. Greg Reinke, organizer of the annual street fair, said permitting for the event — which would be in its 15th year — was hampered by … more

SeaQuest license suspended after repeated violations

SeaQuest Littleton must remove hundreds of animals after state officials issued a two-year license suspension, according to a ruling from the Colorado Division of Parks and Wildlife. Inspectors found … more

Melting Pot owners withdraw pergola proposal

Facing a bulwark of opposition, the owners of Littleton’s Melting Pot restaurant withdrew their proposal to build a pair of pergolas in front of the historic building on May 7. Amy and Kyle Reed, … more

Assessments sent to Arapahoe County property owners

Property values in Arapahoe County have increased 21% since the 2017 assessment period, according to notices of valuation that were sent out May 1 to more than 212,000 property owners in the county, … more

Denver workers with disabilities show their skills

When Andy Ngovanduc describes his job at Pizzability, he makes his workday sound ideal. “We just chill and hang out, and we eat the whole day long,” he said. “It’s kind of fun.” The … more

Washington Park start up is a purrfect arrangement

Lance Harding is allergic to cats. But that hasn’t stopped the 25-year-old Washington Park entrepreneur from creating an enclosed outdoor cat patio that lets felines safely enjoy fresh air and get … more

Life on Capitol Hill: May Business Matters

Business Matters is a monthly column on the changing landscape of business and development in north Denver. If there are any inquiries on new developments in your area, or if you are a local business … more

Littleton council to rule on Melting Pot pergola proposal

Downtown Littleton's Melting Pot fondue restaurant needs to build permanent outdoor seating to stay afloat, its owners say, but a growing chorus of critics say those plans would ruin the view of a … more

Polis to ask voters to pass nicotine tax to combat youth use

Targeting teen nicotine vaping, Gov. Jared Polis recently announced a late-session bill to ask Colorado voters to significantly raise taxes on cigarettes and other tobacco products and impose taxes … more

Littleton Business Chamber ready to flex political muscle

Not even two years since its founding, the Littleton Business Chamber is becoming a powerhouse in local commerce and politics, the group’s leaders say. The LBC “collaboratively fights for the … more

Colorado Community Media wins big at annual press convention

Colorado Community Media received 50 awards in the annual state press competition, including the prestigious public service award for a year-long series on the state of mental health in Douglas … more

Littleton gun store scores victory in parking lawsuit

Triple J Armory scored a victory in a lawsuit filed by a neighboring business, after a judge ruled against a request to force the south Littleton gun store to halt construction of a shooting range on … more

Construction picking up on west Belleview

Construction is picking up along Belleview Avenue west of the South Platte River. The Centennial Square shopping center, across Belleview from Home Depot and home to Dollar Tree and Dairy Queen, is … more

Littleton Adventist Hospital celebrates 30 years

Littleton Adventist Hospital celebrates its 30th birthday this year, but there are other numbers that tell the story of Littleton's hospital better: More than a million emergency room visits, 50,000 … more

Polis signs state hospital transparency bill into law

Colorado hospitals will have to report annual spending under a transparency law recently signed by Gov. Jared Polis. The bipartisan effort is part of Polis' goal to reduce health care costs and raise … more

Colorado lawmakers pass dramatic oil, gas rule changes

Colorado's Legislature gave final approval April 3 to a bill that would dramatically change how the state regulates its multibillion-dollar oil and gas industry and sent it to Democratic Gov. Jared … more

Bonnie Brae businesses embrace family legacies despite challenges

The sign in front of the Conoco gas station at South University Boulevard and East Exposition Avenue gives customers the daily gas prices. It also tells them the business has been owned by the Wilson … more

Washington Park Profile: April Business Matters

Business Matters is a monthly column on the changing landscape of business and development in south Denver. If there are any inquiries on new developments in your area, or if you are a local business … more

Larimer Square’s history looms large

Sandwiched between two retail shops, 1411 Larimer St. is a skinny building, hardly 10 feet wide, a single room. Within this tight space, real estate developers have crammed the entire history of … more

Life on Capitol Hill: April Business Matters

Business Matters is a monthly column on the changing landscape of business and development in north Denver. If there are any inquiries on new developments in your area, or if you are a local business … more
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