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Controversial as Thanksgiving Day shopping may be, some retailers based at the consumer-friendly Park Meadows shopping center are betting consumers will gobble up holiday sales. About 30 percent of the 160 stores at Lone Tree's Park Meadows mall … more
To everyone else, they are family members, friends and co-workers. To 200 Douglas County seniors, they are knights in shining armor. The Neighbor Network, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping seniors stay in their homes, made recent news … more
Russian Garry Kasparov, hailed by many as the world's greatest chess player, can no longer return to Moscow to visit his mother because his political activism against the government makes it dangerous to do so. more
Not many parents dread their child's third birthday. But Kristin and Jared Hoover, parents of 2½-year-old Jacob, who has Down syndrome, worry that Jacob's learning progression will cease when he turns 3. At 3, the family's Developmental … more
A social media post led to the arrest of a man who allegedly assaulted a teen after a car accident. Officers responded to a call of a fight between two men near the intersection of Jordan Road and Bradbury Parkway Nov. 8. Witnesses said both men were outside of their vehicles during the altercation, but both the victim and suspect left prior to police arriving on scene. more
The Douglas County School District made a successful bid to elevate its state performance rating. For the first time since the 2009-10 academic year, DCSD ranks as “Accredited with Distinction” — the highest of the Colorado Department of … more
Eight south metro breweries will release a winter beer they co-created on Dec. 5. Beer lovers who sample the weizenbock at each of the businesses will earn a commemorative glass. “The point is to get people out and visit the local breweries; … more
Debbie and Fernando Salazar saw a need and filled it. The couple has moved their high tech audio-video store from an industrial location in northern Highlands Ranch to a retail spot in Castle Pines, where they hope to expand their business in … more
Changes have come for one of the area's most active charitable organizations. After 11 years as the executive director of the Douglas/Elbert Task Force, Suzanne Greene will be retiring at the end of the year. “My 11 years as the executive … more
Registration is now open for a state-backed poetry competition, and prospective participants have until Jan. 13 to decide whether to be — or not to be — part of the contest. The Poetry Out Loud competition is a program designed to give high … more
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