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Sign up now for a free safety home inspections on Saturday, Nov. 1. Houses, duplexes and apartments of residents 60-plus and living independently are eligible, as are homes of persons with disabilities of any age. A Westminster firefighter and … more
Commuting solutions is giving away cash incentives for those who drive alone on U.S. 36 to try an alternative way to get to work. People interested in using the bus can apply for a free RTD 10-ride ticket book worth $45. Carpoolers can apply … more
It was a close call for one Westminster family. Around 3:30 a.m. on Sept. 12, June Serna was woken up by her 8-year-old daughter who was gagging. She covered her daughter, who as Down Syndrome, with a blanker and went back to bed. An hour later, … more
6th Congressional District candidate Republican : Currently represents district in Congress coffmanforcongress.com Mike Coffman grew up in Aurora, joined the military, served in both Iraq wars, started a small business and has been … more
In support of change, more than 150 students, parents and community members gathered Oct. 11 at Clement Park, 7306 W. Bowles Ave., Littleton. The rally was organized by a group of more than 40 student leaders behind the “Jeffco Students for … more
Meals on Wheels is looking for volunteer drivers for Thornton, Northglenn, Federal Heights, Westminster, Commerce City and unincorporated Adams County. Drivers are needed for 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Mondays through Fridays. Those interested should … more
The annual Romito Foundation Annual Beer & Wine Tasting on the Hill Silent Auction takes place Saturday, Oct. 18. The VIP event with exclusive wine tasting starts at 6 p.m. The main event starts at 7 p.m. The location is The Brittany Hill, 9350 … more
Just talking about the opportunity help a business grow can bring tears to Angela Habben’s eyes, the new Metro North Chamber of Commerce CEO. She admits she’s somewhat emotional about the topic, but to her it’s her passion for people that … more
A knock-down, drag-out affair in Pueblo between Sen. Mark Udall and Congressman Cory Gardner on Oct. 9 could have easily been promoted on the venue’s marquee as the Steel City Smackdown. Buoyed — and sometimes booed — by a rowdy audience, … more
A televised debate on Oct. 6 laid out arguments for and against the statewide ballot questions that Colorado voters will begin deciding on this month. The debate, sponsored by KUSA-TV, allowed advocates to argue their positions on the four ballot … more
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