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Widening what's known as “The Gap” along Interstate 25 between Castle Rock and Monument is top of mind for government officials across the Front Range. The stretch where the roadway narrows to two lanes in each direction for 17 miles presents … more
Castle Rock will soon have a new $300 million development called Miller's Landing near Interstate 25 and Plum Creek Parkway. The four-phase, 65-acre project received final approval April 18 when the town council signed a $65 million public … more
A Castle Rock group on a mission to have the town mayor elected by an at-large vote of residents submitted petitions to the town for review last week. On April 13, the town clerk certified for circulation three petitions related to mayoral … more
Glenda Martinez attended an open house hosted by the Town of Castle Rock on April 11 to talk leash laws. The event was held to showcase potential revisions to the town's 25-year-old animal code. For Martinez, it was a chance to communicate … 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
Their operation is one part school, one part wrestling club. In a unique business venture, Jeff Estrada and Luke Morris seek to provide their athletes not only with elite training but also with schooling that doesn’t battle their sports … 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
When Tim Blackstone celebrates his 53rd birthday on Aug. 16, he’ll be on a bicycle somewhere between Perth and Sydney, Australia. The Monument man, previously a Castle Rock resident, has already completed cross-country cycling trips in the … more
The afternoon was overcast and cool — perfect for getting outside, Margo Orvick said March 20. On the first day of spring, Orvick, of Parker, and plenty more enjoyed the outdoors at Philip S. Miller Park in Castle Rock, 1375 W. Plum Creek … more
On March 17, 18th Judicial District Attorney George Brauchler announced the end of a months-long investigation into what officials say was an organized crime ring in which pot was illegally grown around the metro area and trafficked out of state, … more
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