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Advance Auto Parts to open first Castle Rock store

Advance Auto Parts, Inc., an automotive aftermarket retailer of parts, batteries, accessories and maintenance items, announced it will open its first … more

Free reading assessments to be given to children with learning disabilities

A new local business that specializes in teaching reading to children with dyslexia and other reading problems will be offering a free consultation … more

Amputees make strides toward goals at adaptive clinic

Traci Miller, 52, has been an above-the-knee amputee for 31 years. The one thing she hasn’t been able to do since losing her leg to a rare vascular disorder is run. “Now, I just really want to … more

Q&A with Dana Coe, Rock Canyon High School graduate

I am and have been involved with art my whole life as I love everything about it! The way it makes me feel, how it communicates, and how pleasing to the eye it can be, gets to me. I have participated … more

Douglas County School Board announces finalists for superintendent, with Kane not among them

The Douglas County School Board has announced three finalists for the permanent superintendent position. Interim Superintendent Erin Kane is not one of them. According to a March 29 email to Douglas … more

Douglas County Sheriff's Office likely to receive more safety equipment after deputy's death

After the 2016 shooting in Dallas that killed five police officers, the Douglas County Sheriff's Office went to county commissioners with a budget request for more armored shields, worried a similar … more

Castle Pines names new city manager

Castle Pines has a new city manager. Michael Penny has been appointed to the position after serving for nearly two months in the job on an interim basis. “City council and I have been extremely … more

South Metro dispatcher helps deliver baby by phone

It's a call dispatchers don't get every day. Just after 9 a.m., a mother and father pulled their car over in a parking lot off East Smoky Hill Road in Centennial to dial 9-1-1 — the mother was in … more

Day two of Vail Film Festival highlights diverse range of filmmakers, subjects

Day 2 - April 6 The second day of the festival dawned gray and with a steady rain that would continue not only throughout the day, but right on through the evening. While this doesn’t make … more

First annual “Battle of The Veterinary Hospitals Stars” raises over $4,000 for PetAid Colorado’s Disaster Services program

    Coal Creek Animal Hospital triumphs with victory at the Veterinary Referral Center of Colorado charity event over the weekend Englewood, CO … more

Democrats underscore differences at forum in governor's race

A crowded governor's race that has seen more than three dozen declared candidates has pared down to a handful of top contenders, and those on the Democratic side carved out different niches for … more

American Girl announces new characters

American Girl is proud to announce what's sure to be the most exciting debut in the company's 25-year history: two different historical characters, … more

New businesses - September 2011

A comprehensive list of monthly business openings in the South Metro Denver area. Information provided from participating communities including … more

Supplies, more offered to families in need

School is just around the corner, and not everyone is ready. School supplies, clothing and other necessities can create a financial hurdle for already-stressed household budgets. Some families simply … more

Orvis event will get fly fishermen ready for spring season

Get ready to fill your fly boxes for the start of spring fishing with an all-day fly-tying extravaganza. Twenty-four of the biggest names in fly tying will give away their fly fishing and tying … more

Daniels Park improvements unveiled

Officials from Douglas County and the City and County of Denver came together July 20 at Daniels Park to celebrate an improvement project that, at least in concept, began 20 years ago. The park is … more

EDC, Town team up to keep growing Castle Rock business in town

What began as a one-man show about five years ago has blossomed to nine full-time employees with more on the way. Thanks in part to the Town of … more

Time to Talk: ‘If people are in crisis, they shouldn’t have to wait’

Jo Ann Mahoney, 34, used to be insured by Medicaid, the federal public health insurance program for low-income people. It allowed her to see a therapist for depression and anxiety. Therapy, she said, was a safe place for her to discuss her life and struggles as a mother of three young children. more

Colorado House sends $29 billion budget bill to Senate

Colorado's Democrat-led House passed a $28.9 billion budget bill on March 29 and sent it to the Republican-led Senate, where the focus will be on how much transportation — long an underfunded … more

Heroin Impact Project to target drug dealers

James “Sandy” Winnefeld, a retired Navy admiral, lost his son, a University of Denver student, to an overdose of fentanyl-laced heroin last September. His story gained widespread attention … more
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