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Mask mandate for indoor spaces in Jeffco beginning Nov. 24

The Jefferson County Public Health department's board voted 4-1 Monday to pass a new health ordinance to require people ages 3 and older to wear masks when within public indoor spaces as a COVID-19 safety measure.  more

Centennial planning board unanimously backs SouthGlenn plan

The group of citizens who evaluate development proposals in Centennial unanimously recommended that the city council approve a plan to dramatically reshape The Streets at SouthGlenn outdoor mall and … more

Update on Parker economy at chamber breakfast

Several leaders and economic analysts from the Parker area gave updates on the state of the local economy during a breakfast event hosted by the Parker Chamber of Commerce Nov. 12. The event, held at … more

Zillow went on a Front Range home-buying binge, months before collapse of home-flipping business

The collapse of online real estate giant Zillow’s venture into home buying and selling, announced Nov. 2, can be traced, in one small part, back to its over eagerness to invest in Colorado’s … more

Lone Tree-based Canvas Credit Union plans merger

Canvas Credit Union, a Front Range-focused financial company based in Lone Tree, announced Nov. 15 that its planned merger with a Western Slope credit union has been approved by regulators. Canvas … more

Littleton's Aspen Grove set for sweeping overhaul

Littleton City Council set the stage for a major overhaul of the 20-year-old Aspen Grove shopping center following a narrow vote on Nov. 9. more

In-N-Out eyes Parker for new restaurant

In-N-Out Burger, the popular fast food chain based out of California, is looking at Parker for its next drive-through restaurant location. The company submitted a preliminary site plan for a … more

Election Results 2021: Englewood downtown authority scores a finance win

An effort to economically boost Englewood's CityCenter, its traditional Broadway downtown and its cluster of hospitals and medical facilities took a step toward getting fully underway when voters in … more

Parker brewery celebrates 3 years in operation

When Sharon and Aaron Murphy started the Welcome Home Brewery in Parker, they wanted to try something different from other craft brew spots. Instead of metal accents and sleek, identical furnishings, … more

Centennial City Council vote is ahead on SouthGlenn redevelopment plans

Nearly three years after plans to redevelop Centennial’s flagship shopping center met the public eye, the city council will decide whether to approve changes to dramatically reshape The Streets at … more

Denver-based Bread Club delivers a delicious surprise to your doorstep

Lori Sabian of Denver’s Central Park neighborhood thinks it’s such a delight to get locally-made, fresh baked goods delivered right to her door. “Everybody in this house loves a delicious … more

Election 2021: Lone Tree seeks tax hike for public services

Will Lone Tree residents be willing to raise sales taxes for the next decade? Voters will decide in the election that ends Nov. 2. The city council in August approved placing a measure on the ballot … more

Developers' plans for Littleton's Aspen Grove collide with community concern

Littleton residents packed the city council chamber for a marathon night of public comment during an Oct. 5 council meeting. The topic at hand: contention over the proposed redevelopment of Aspen Grove, a shopping center in south Littleton that has for years seen declining revenue.  more

Fort Lupton bar takes steps to keep liquor license

Acting as the city's liquor licensing authority, Fort Lupton City Council approved a recommendation to allow a local bar to keep its liquor license. The authority voted 6-0 with one abstention … more

Castle Rock looks to have say on nearby development

To protect the town against the negative impacts of continued development in the neighboring unincorporated areas of Douglas County, the Castle Rock Town Council approved the first steps in … more

StretchLab moves into Lone Tree

Dave Watson was walking with a friend who works as a personal trainer when they stopped him and asked if he'd ever been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. “They knew just by watching me walk,” … more

Job training on the menu at Westminster's Mountain View Cafe

There are two benefits to the Sept. 15 grand opening of the Work Options Mountain View Cafe in Westminster, according to Adams County officials. First, it will provide job training for Adams County … more

SCL, Intermountain Health announce merger

SCL Health, which runs Platte Valley and Lutheran medical centers, and Utah-based Intermountain Health announced their intent to merge Sept. 16. When complete -- perhaps early next year -- the … more

Love for public lands is at heart of Englewood business

Blair Hamill was looking for a way to make a living as an artist — for something that would unite his love of this country’s public lands with his talent as a landscape painter and his experience … more

Ting opens data center in Centennial: 5 things to know

Internet-service company Ting continues to expand its presence in Centennial, recently celebrating the opening of a “data center” that will help spread its super-fast internet into new cities, … more
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