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The state's roads and future forms of funding for the Colorado Department of Transportation led the conversation at the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce Economic Forecast Breakfast on Dec. 5. Hunt, executive director of CDOT, said his … more
After being closed since Monday, August 18, the Incline reopened Friday, Dec. 5, about 11 a.m. with scores lined up to take a look at just what is involved in a $1,586,486 expenditure (and nearly … more
The mood was somber and the details were sobering at a Dec. 3 ceremony at the Colorado Capitol, marking the 150th anniversary of the Sand Creek Massacre, in which dozens of American Indians were … more
Over 500 people waited anxiously for the launch of Orion, only to leave the Denver Museum of Nature and Science disappointed this morning.After multiple delays due to wind and other issues, Orion … more
Youth looking for a taste of outdoor adventuring without heading into the mountains need search no more. The Denver Area Council of the Boy Scouts is opening Colorado Adventure Point in spring 2015 at its Hamilton Scout Headquarters, 10455 W. 6th … more
Westminster is the first city in the United States to complete Envision Sustainability Training with 13 public works and utilities staff now registered, or eligible to be registered, as Envision sustainability professionals. Envision is an … more
Joshua Willett considers himself a history beer buff. He’s the head brewer at Wonderland Brewing Company in Broomfield, and since May, he’s been creating and serving up craft beer to locals and neighboring residents in Westminster. “I … more
For some, the holidays aren’t always a jolly time, especially for those grieving the loss of a loved one. “As much as people look forward to the joy of the holiday season, for those who have experienced the death of a loved one, the holidays … more
Commuter rail transit is a couple of years away for much of metro Denver, but folks this week can view the high-speed train cars that will soon operate in suburban areas. The 70-ton, 85-foot long commuter cars currently are on display at … more
The Jeffco Planning and Zoning Division is closer to finalizing revised zoning regulations surrounding accessory dwelling units or ADUs. But what was supposed to be a final approval from the board county of commissioners turned out to be another … more
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