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Fun runs, fishing, food and fireworks were among the many things that made this year’s Fourth of July a success in the North Metro region. Warm weather and clear skies helped residents and visitors make the most of their Indepedence Day, which included activities at Westminster City Park and the connecting lake. more
With four years worth of construction in the rearview mirror, local transportation and infrastructure advocates are paving the way for future improvements to the area’s transportation network. Transportation consultants 36 Commuting Solutions, … more
Once a swing state in presidential elections, Colorado has teetered on the brink of becoming solidly Democratic. Donald Trump may have pushed it over the edge. Trump's disparaging words about Mexicans, negative comments about women and weak … more
Colorado law enforcement agencies and elected officials offered their support for Dallas police and called for unity the morning after five officers were killed and seven others were wounded during a protest in the nation’s ninth-largest … more
Crews broke ground last week on a project to extend the express lanes along the North I-25 corridor all the way to where one of the state’s most-traveled interstates meets with the Northwest Parkway/E-470 tollway. City and county … more
In an effort to promote better health and provide easy access to the City of Westminster’s renowned network of open space trails, St. Anthony North Health Campus last week launched a new bike-share program. “We’re proud of Westminster’s … more
The final testing phase has begun for a new commuter rail network that is likely to transform the transportation landscape of bustling Westminster. The Regional Transportation District and its contractor, Denver Transit Partners, have initiated … more
A late-night Independence Day incident in Thornton allegedly involving an alcohol-impaired and aggressive driver who tried to hit a motorcycle police officer with his vehicle resulted in no injuries, police say. Joseph Albert Ferguson, 30, of … more
As Colorado continues to expand its free summer meal program for the state’s poorest students, school districts and advocacy groups are increasingly focusing attention on suburbs that are seeing a greater concentration of low-income … more
Colorado officials say homicides increased by nearly 15 percent statewide last year while rapes increased by almost 11 percent. The Colorado Bureau of Investigation’s annual crime report released July 5 said overall reported crimes rose more … more
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