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The Grove — renamed Vita — nears completion

Opening day is drawing closer for a controversial senior apartment complex formerly known as The Grove, even as a legal fracas over its approval continues to work its way through the courts. The … more

My Name Is... Lisa Lewis

‘Extension of myself’ I’ve got a degree in chorale conducting. I got to know bells before I was hired at any job. Then when I moved here, I was ringing with this group, and the director … more

Savory Spice Shop offers seasoning's greetings

Looking to spice up your holiday? Manager Jenny Goetz of the Savory Spice Shop, 2650 W. Main St., Littleton, told us how to add seasoning to the season. Tell us about Savory Spice Shop. We're a … more

City explores option of South Metro fire contract

The Littleton City Council laid its cards on the table regarding the future of its fire department at a Dec. 5 study session, telling city staff that some kind of merger of Littleton Fire Rescue with … more

Highlands Ranch Metro District to cut ties with Littleton Fire Rescue

And then there was one. The Highlands Ranch Metro District informed the City of Littleton on Nov. 29 that it would be joining Littleton Fire Protection District in severing ties with the city's fire … more

Sex-crime victims have allies in SANE nurses

Jennifer Bishara often meets people on the worst day of their lives. Bishara, a nurse, is the director of the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner/Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner program — or SANE/SAFE … more

New members of city council sworn in

Littleton's four new councilmembers were sworn in at the Nov. 21 city council meeting, with Patrick Driscoll taking Bill Hopping's seat in District 1; Carol Fey taking Phil Cernanec's seat in … more

Locally built Mars probe almost ready for launch

A locally built robotic lander destined for Mars is almost ready to take off, and engineers at Lockheed Martin Space Systems are excited to watch it leave. The InSight Mars lander was largely built … more

Littleton Fire Protection District to sever ties with city, merge with South Metro

Littleton Fire Protection District, one of the city's fire partners, has announced it will be severing ties with the City of Littleton and merging operations with South Metro Fire Rescue effective … more

As many large retailers struggle, cities seek solutions

As old-guard retailers shutter stores and lay off workers in the face of shifting consumer habits, Colorado municipalities are in a precarious position due to an unusual tax structure that depends … more

Academy participants learn to save lives

They've got tourniquets and they know how to use them. More than two dozen attendees of the Littleton Police Department's Citizens' Academy wrapped up their final class learning how to apply tourniquets to bleeding wounds, as part of a Department … more

Littleton resident shoots apparent intruder

A Littleton man shot an alleged intruder in his home about 4:30 p.m. Nov. 10, near the 6200 block of South Spotswood Street. Police said the Littleton resident was asleep in his basement when he … more

Students unplug, discover value of real face time

An initiative to ditch social media for a month that started with Littleton Public Schools students has gone viral, with thousands of youngsters around the country and the globe joining in the effort to get reacquainted with the world beyond their … more

My Name Is... Michael Pappa

About me I'm originally from West Virginia. I've been a lot of places, but my brother lives here so it was time to come west. I've been doing fairs since 2009. I started with a pinecone wreath business. Three years ago I started making soap … more

Vote of confidence

Things were quiet at the Arapahoe County Elections Facility on Federal Boulevard in Littleton on Halloween — ballots were coming in at a trickle, but Arapahoe County Clerk and Recorder Matt Crane said the deluge would soon arrive as the Nov. 7 … more

Budget woes may loom for Littleton

Long-term trends are coming to bear on Littleton’s city budget that could cause the fund used to fix streets and upgrade city equipment to dry up in as few as five years, city officials say. A pair of ballot measures aimed at addressing budget … more

Littleton welcomes new postmaster

Littleton’s new postmaster is ready to deliver. Lora McLucas was officially sworn in on Oct. 24, though she’s been on the job in Littleton since Oct. 14. McLucas, who rose through the ranks from a part-time mail carrier in southern Colorado … more

Times are tough, but options exist for first-time homebuyers

Lacy Franks makes being a first-time homebuyer sound easy. Franks, who grew up in Black Hawk, bought her first home last September, a two-bedroom townhome just off I-225 in Aurora, for $220,000 after three months of searching throughout the metro … more

Congressman recognizes two members of council

U.S. Congressman Mike Coffman recognized Littleton Mayor Bruce Beckman and District 1 Councilmember Bill Hopping at the Oct. 17 city council meeting, reading statements honoring the men that he had read into the Congressional Record, and presenting … more

Littleton Village sculptures win award

At Littleton Village, the 77-acre development at Broadway and Dry Creek Road, an element of the community is drawing accolades: the “leaf canopy,” a pair of 24-foot-tall sculptures consisting of central poles supporting three metal leaves — up … more
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