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Centennial Airport re-files legal action against FAA over flight-paths project

Just before the federal government implemented a plan in March to reroute airplane traffic in the Denver metro area, Centennial Airport and local governments filed legal action asking a court to … more

Douglas County pushes to reopen restaurants

Perched on a hilltop at the southern edge of the Denver metro area, Lone Tree restaurant Sierra boasts vistas of the city, swanky dining rooms, large outdoor patios, and enough seating for up to 350 … more

Reuse program aims to meet demand for N95 masks

As it turns out, smeared makeup and lip balm might be the only things standing in the way of a 20-fold increase in the country’s supply of N95 masks. Bartosz Koszowski is the site manager at the … more

Littleton's Main Street gears up for al fresco evenings

Littleton’s slate of summer festivals may have been canceled this year to contain the spread of COVID-19, but there could still be fun downtown events on the horizon. more

GURA asks for more money for Natural Grocers

GURA asks for more funds Sales tax from general fund will be collected Amy Woodward awoodward@ourcoloradonews.com Council approved an intergovernmental agreement with GURA that allows for the collection of a sales tax increment in order … more

Forecasts are ours to interpret

Is it going to be partly cloudy or mostly sunny? That is one of those types of questions that is similar to, “Is the glass half full or half … more

At least 13 COVID deaths tied to Centennial care facilities

Colorado's COVID-19 death toll continues to climb in senior homes and other care facilities across the state, accounting for more than half of Colorado's coronavirus deaths as of April 22, and a … more

Castle Rock urges governor to reopen businesses

The Town of Castle Rock sent a letter to Gov. Jared Polis on May 19 urging the state to reopen restaurants and gyms. more

Waving goodbye to Gary Wink

It is no secret that one of Golden’s most influential community leaders has decided to retire. Gary Wink surprised the city of Golden with his announcement that he will retire January 15 from his position after 19 years as the president and CEO … more

FINANCE: New Taxes Could Dampen Small Business Growth

Now that the fiscal “cliff” is behind us and all we have to worry about is sequestration, many small businesses are focused on taxes.  Don’t … more

High-end dining wish comes true

Lone Tree’s 2012 survey showed that its residents are largely a happy lot, save for a few things: Among them a wish for more high-end restaurants. In 2014, their patience will be rewarded. Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille will open in the Park … more

Centennial farmers market back amid social distancing

Shoppers can still make room for natural products in their hectic lives amid the pandemic — just browse from a distance. “I have to have two tables in front of me to create the 6 feet,” said … more

Sky Ridge in a 'groove' thanks to public compliance

Sky Ridge Medical Center staff members have a little breathing room after a month of stay-at-home orders slowed the cases of COVID-19. more

FINANCE: Understanding Your Credit Score- Part 1

Have today’s historically low interest rates caused you to consider refinancing your home mortgage? If so, you are certainly not alone. Mortgage … more

At Littleton's O’Toole’s, pandemic puts a twist on spring tradition

Spring days at Littleton’s O’Toole’s Garden Center are about the experience. Stroll in beneath the hanging baskets, grab a bag of popcorn, and let the stress of life melt away as you peruse the … more

Staying Up When Your Business is Down

Anyone in the mental health field who runs their own practice can attest to an ebb and flow of clientele or times when "dips" in business occur, and … more

Hospitals are grounds for hope

Over the past 17-plus years I have either been treated personally at local hospitals or have had family members and friends end up in the clinic, … more

7 Steps to Achieving Your Retirement Goals

In these days of market volatility and tax uncertainty, you need to make sure you’re doing all you can to make the most of your retirement savings. … more

Ring up the old — Environmental benefit, vintage popularity boost interest in thrift stores

Arvada resident Eddie Marin has a passion for finding vintage items, and he shops at thrift stores at least twice a week. He looks for vintage sports T-shirts, old VHS tapes, hats, sweaters and more. … more

Whole new locale for Whole Foods

By the end of this year, residents in the Bradburn Village subdivision will be welcoming a Whole Foods Market to their neighborhood. Construction is already under way for the 35,000-square-foot … more
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