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American Academy Charter School's massive waiting list will get a little shorter with the expansion of its middle school. The public charter school — which serves pre-K through eighth grade — opened last fall at 11155 Motsenbocker Road. The … more
A four-story, 190-unit condominium complex with ground-floor retail space is planned on RidgeGate Parkway, between Miramont Apartments and Belvedere Townhomes. Condos at Commonwealth Heights will sell for about $250,000 each. Groundbreaking is … more
Amy Lineberry came to The Ballet Physique feeling both mentally and physically low. She quickly lost 15 pounds and gained tone, but the biggest change was invisible. “After I saw what it did for me - not only my body but my happiness, my … more
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Four people are challenging the three incumbents in the South Suburban Parks and Recreation Board of Directors election, to be held May 6. Michael Anderson, Pam Eller and John Ostermiller will try to ward off Sally Daigle, Travis Nicks, John … more
In its eighth year, North Star Academy’s emphasis on foreign language is paying dividends. Four students’ passion for Spanish language recently earned them and their teacher recognition at the Feb. 21 annual Colorado Congress of Foreign … more
A proposed power line that will run about 125 miles from northeast Colorado would wind through both Parker and Highlands Ranch. The line, which would go through Aurora, Parker, then west through Surrey Ridge and into the Highland Ranch open … more
Douglas County School Board President Kevin Larsen said the board aims to meet its late March deadline filling Justin Williams’ vacant District F seat. Under Colorado law, a new board member must be named 60 days after the vacancy was declared. … more
The second half of the legislative session will be best summed up by an overused 1990s catch phrase. “Show me the money.” While lawmakers spent quite a bit of time working on flood legislation during the first half of the session, the real … more
A Senate committee on March 5 rejected a bill that sought to impose legal penalties in cases where employees try to cheat on company-mandated drug tests. The Republican-sponsored effort had previously passed the House, but Democrats on the … more
Ride-sharing service companies will be subject to state regulations — but not to as strict a standard as are traditional taxi services — under a bill that passed the Senate on March 10. Transportation network companies like Uber and Lyft … more
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