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Sullivan’s, the LoDo steak house owned by Texas-based Del Frisco’s Restaurant Group, will close May 30 at the end of its lease, according to a story last week on The Denver Business Journal’swebsite. The restaurant, popular for its nightly … more
As a teacher at Standley Lake High School, it’s typical for Ben Reed to come across students with pretty high ambitions. But none compare to senior Chaye Gutierrez. “I have kids with hopes and dreams, but Chaye has something more than those … more
Northglenn residents looking for financial information on their city will now have a much easier experience. Instead of searching through hundreds of documents online, people will have access to a new website, which will transform volumes of raw … more
April was National Poetry Month and you’ve probably read about poetry in this space before. Poetry enlightens, inspires, challenges … and also provides a way for people living with Alzheimer’s to reconnect with their memories. The arts – … more
In response to the outcry of opposition surrounding the amount of student assessments, the Colorado Senate Appropriations Committee passed SB 15-257, which would eliminate some assessments throughout Colorado’s K-12 education system. “This … more
“The Tonight Show” host peeps intercepted a live shot exchange between 9News meteorologist and anchor discussing the weather forecast recently. If you’ve caught their act before, you know that Sabine and Clark love to banter during the … more
Girls Soccer Alameda 2, Fort Lupton 1 (2OT) – The Pirates earned a win in their first league match of the season with a goal from Addeline de la Torre just three minutes before the final whistle … more
Say it ain’t so, Glo! Gloria Neal, a fixture in Denver radio and television, is leaving our fair city to take a job as the morning news anchor at CBS-affiliate WGCL in Atlanta. On April 7, Neal posted on her Facebook page: “Where do I begin? I have … more
Effective May 1, Thornton water rates will increase 13 percent. City council unanimously approved an ordinance March 31 that will also increase water rates 13 percent on Jan. 1, 2016 and another 13 percent on Jan. 1, 2017. The revenue generated … more
It’s been almost a year since the opening of the Westminster History Center, a place to explore the city’s past. The center provides safekeeping for historical documents, photos, maps, books and newspapers. The center also provides … more
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