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The Federal Aviation Administration has scheduled 11 public information workshops in April and May to provide information to the public concerning proposed airspace improvements in the Denver metro area. A component of the Denver Metroplex … more
One firefighter has sustained minor injuries while working to contain the South Table Mountain Fire on March 9. The grass fire began at about a quarter acre in size grew to about 75 acres in about … more
A bill introduced in the state Legislature by the Democratic speaker of the House and the Republican Senate president would seek voter approval to raise the state sales tax to help pay for Colorado's transportation needs. Colorado's growing … more
The 40 West Arts District hosted its first district-wide art walk of 2017 on March 3, with hundreds of art lovers checking out galleries and art exhibitions in the district. more
Colorado Community Media reporter Stephanie Mason interviewed Robert Golden, president and CEO of the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce, about the impact of rising home prices on the … more
What Sam Bailey enjoys most about Jefferson County is the community’s gusto. “Jefferson County happens to be the place where the pioneering spirit still thrives and fosters an appetite to be engaged in the community,” he said. Bailey, … more
Lutheran Hospital is all about saving lives, but staff received some training about how to help save their own lives too, during a series of active shooter drills in three of the hospital’s buildings on March 2. “At Lutheran, keeping our … more
From replacing the rescue mannequins used by the Golden Fire Department to constructing new stairs at the American Mountaineering Center, 40 nonprofits will be able continue to contribute to the economic and cultural vitality of the community, … more
Imagine looking out your backyard window at night to see a sea of flames heading toward your home. For Diane Rhodus and other residents on Green Mountain, not only has this been a reality, but a constant fear. “Many of the houses in this … more
From the size of the crowds, and the lack of parking, one could be forgiven for thinking it was some kind of club or restaurant that was opening off Alameda on Feb. 25. But the hundreds of people who showed up were there for someone entirely … more
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