‘People are loved and valued here’

David Henninger sits behind his desk at Bayaud Enterprises, the December sun streaming in behind him. He is reflecting on his life’s work connecting people in need to jobs, helping to give them the …
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Bill aims to repeal Colorado death penalty

After years of coming up short, advocates of repealing the death penalty may finally cross the finish line this year with newfound support from two Republican senators. “From a philosophical …

Reporter Stories: Lakewood's watching The Watchdog

Lakewood Community Editor Joseph Rios and West Metro Editor Glenn Wallace discuss Lakewood's efforts to quiet community newsletter The Watchdog. Is this an electioneering issue or a question about …

Denver working to update group living laws
As the population of the city continues to grow, city staff are hoping that an update to the group living rules of the city code will allow for more people to live together and will help create more …

Denver looks to 2020 and beyond

With its robust cultural amenities, diverse physical environment and good economy, Washington Park is the place to be. Especially for those who thrive in an urban setting. The era of everyone …

Tackling food waste

A pilot program through the city is helping restaurants to reduce the amount of food they throw out, resulting in savings and a better environmental impact. Last year, the Denver Department of Public …

Building potential on Arkansas Avenue

The former 13-acre campus for the Colorado Department of Transportation is the latest parcel in south Denver slated for redevelopment after city council approved a tax package and voted to blight the …

Dinosaur Park slated for improvements

The process has started to redesign Robert H. McWilliams Park, better known to locals as Dinosaur Park. Updates will include improvements to the playground, basketball courts, picnic area and parking …

A sad goodbye

It is my sad duty to inform you that this is my last issue as the editor of Washington Park Profile. At the start of next year I will be moving to Tennessee. As I was driving through Denver last …

Ozone levels could spur stricter action

Happy new year and welcome to the third installment of this column on local and state environmental policy. Please remember that this new decade is the most important for the future of the planet. We …

Early snow season causes sidewalk woes

Early snowstorms left residents navigating ice-packed streets. Denver had its snowiest November since 1994, with 13.7 inches of snow falling, nearly double the average of 7.4 inches for the month. It …

Communities must be protected in redevelopment

Redevelopment of more than 500 acres along the Interstate 25 corridor on the west side of town will shape the look and feel of Denver if each site builds to the maximum proposed density. The area …

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