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Washington Park start up is a purrfect arrangement

Lance Harding is allergic to cats. But that hasn’t stopped the 25-year-old Washington Park entrepreneur from creating an enclosed outdoor cat patio that lets felines safely enjoy fresh air and get … more

Growing Pains: One decision ‘can change an entire neighborhood’

On the southeast corner of South Logan Street and East Tennessee Avenue, in the middle of a neighborhood of single-family homes, apartments and small businesses, is a rectangular, 15,750-square-foot … more

Growing Pains: What residents think of Denver development

Ginny Passoth Washington Park resident “I wonder if we’re getting to the saturation point with all the apartments going up." Passoth said she has been frustrated by all the luxury developments … more

Spring has sprung in south Denver

Spring has finally sprung in southeast Denver and residents are energized and excited to get outside to enjoy nature. District 4 is home to some truly wonderful outdoor amenities. One of our … more

Project overhauls safety along Santa Fe Drive

A bike route and pedestrian underpass near the Overland Park Golf Course will provide what residents say are some much-needed safety improvements in the coming year as the city finalizes designs on … more

Bringing nonprofits together in Colorado

A new nonprofit created by three Colorado philanthropists aims to help children throughout their school careers and beyond by bringing other nonprofit organizations together. PIVOT — founded by … more

Denver recognized for environmental building design

The U.S. Green Building Council certified the city of Denver as LEED platinum, a designation only given to a handful of cities, according to a news release. LEED for Cities, or Leadership in Energy … more

New bill defines community schools in Colorado

Gov. Polis signs Community School Bill On April 8, Gov. Jared Polis signed SB 19-102, or the Community Schools Bill, into law. The bill defines a community school and allows public schools to include … more

Denver seeking people for healthy food commission

Denver is asking residents to apply for 11 spots on a commission for healthy food in schools. The commission was included in the Healthy Food For Denver Kids, or Ordinance 302, which implemented a … more

Denver LGBTQ center changes name to reflect community

The GLBT Community Center of Colorado changed its name in late March to The Center on Colfax to better reflect the community it serves, according to a news release. The Center has been serving the … more

Denver geese leave calling cards in parks

On a sunny day in Denver, parks overflow with residents enjoying the outdoors. But more and more people also are finding themselves co-existing with the large amounts of geese who call the parks home … more

Growing Pains: ‘Zoning is the catalyst for the plan’

Denver city councilmember Jolon Clark says the city is experiencing a multitude of use-by-right development. That means if a project fits within a property’s existing zoning code, developers can … more

Growing Pains: Housing and income stability ‘essential to public health’

Irene Aguilar has spent her life working in public service, although her roles in the community have changed over time. Currently, she works as program director for a new effort started by Denver in … more

Columbine survivor: 'Not a single one of us walked out the same'

Twenty years. Twenty years since the day hell opened beneath Columbine High School. Since students streamed out of the south Jefferson County school, their hands over their heads, fleeing two … more

Denver Public Schools addresses students' needs after metro area closure

After a threat caused schools around the Front Range to close for a day, Denver Public Schools and mental health providers turned their focus to the needs of students. DPS joined other districts … more

Polis signs overhaul of oil and gas rules

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis on April 16 signed into law a major overhaul of state oil and gas rules, turning the focus away from encouraging production and directing regulators to make public safety … more

Woman who spurred metro Denver school shutdowns found dead

A Florida woman whose behavior spurred a massive shutdown of Denver-area schools died by suicide near Mount Evans in Clear Creek County, officials said on April 17. Sol Pais, 18, traveled from … more

Colorado Community Media wins big at annual press convention

Colorado Community Media received 50 awards in the annual state press competition, including the prestigious public service award for a year-long series on the state of mental health in Douglas … more

FBI: "No longer a threat to the community"

Shortly after noon today, multiple Jefferson County School District schools were placed on lockout — meaning business as usual within buildings but all access in and out of school buildings is … more

Marijuana jobs hinder some citizenship bids in Colorado

Colorado officials are warning legal immigrants that working in the state’s marijuana industry could jeopardize their legal status, after two people said they were denied U.S. citizenship because … more
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