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Colorado's attorney general and a quartet of mayors from around the Front Range said they are hoping metal drug collection kiosks set up in the back of 11 Walgreens pharmacies will help protect … more
U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter, D-7th District, has partnered with the governor’s office to honor men and women who served during the Vietnam era from Nov. 1, 1955 to May 15, 1975, the beginning and … more
Chambers of Commerce are designed to help their businesses grow and prosper in the community, bring in new customers and contribute to the economy. But that’s not their only focus — chambers also inform and connect the residents of their … more
As Castle Rock Town Council continues to debate the proposed $250 million development known as Miller’s Landing, a third-party review of the project has found elements of the plan to be aggressive and, overall, unpredictable. But the … more
Japanese beetles have descended on Front Range landscapes, and annual spawning frenzies send waves of frantic gardeners in search of a solution. Each June, the half-inch-long, green and brown metallic beetles lay waste to an array of ornamental … more
Mike Woodland, a native of Littleton, has spent countless days at Daniels Park, walking his dogs and photographing the scenic views of the Front Range. But about eight years ago, Woodland started noticing vandalism in the park. Broken bottles, … more
As an early way to celebrate Earth Day,Castle Rock town staff, with the help of nearly 70 volunteers, took to Memmen Ridge Open Space on April 8 to harvest nearly 1,000 willow stakesto help restore an area at Philip S. Miller Park. The stakes, … more
The Town of Castle Rock is using extra money voters said it could keep to boost public-safety efforts. In last November’s election, voters approved allowing the town to keep a $714,580 surplus from 2015 tax revenue. Town council approved how to … more
George Brauchler is seeking to trade his 18th Judicial District Attorney’s office for one in the state Capitol. Brauchler, a Republican, is campaigning to replace term-limited Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper in the 2018 election. Citing what … more
The Castle Rock Police Department is asking for the public's help as officers investigate at least 19 vehicle break-ins that occurred around 3 a.m. on April 10 in The Meadows. Police responded to a report of possible trespassing near Springbriar … more
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