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Highlands Ranch Timbuk Toys location is closing 

When Sallie Kashiwa opened her first toy store back in 1993, she wanted to create a place that established community within families. more

Restaurant, bar owners sue to overturn Colorado's COVID-19 capacity limits

The Tavern League of Colorado, which represents 200 alcohol-serving establishments, has filed a lawsuit against the state public-health department for imposing numerical caps on their capacity in an … more

More are masked after mandate, says Park Meadows mall

Park Meadows reopened in late May as the first indoor mall in Colorado to do so since the start of widespread shutdowns in March. While no scientific data is available yet, Park Meadows officials say … more

You visited a business with a COVID case. Now what?

Ashley Richter visited West Main Taproom and Grill in Parker July 3 for a meal and said she found all its employees and customers were wearing masks and complying with social distancing. Yet that … more

2 Parker restaurants temporarily close over worker COVID symptoms

Two popular Parker restaurants announced temporary closures after employees showed COVID-like symptoms. West Main Tap House and Grill said July 3 that “several” employees reported symptoms of the … more

Littleton's Details Boutique bids farewell

COVID-19 isn’t the reason Details Boutique in downtown Littleton is closing, but it certainly sped things up. more

Englewood toasts relaxed rules: Public alcohol consumption now allowed downtown

Thirsty residents who visit downtown Englewood can now enjoy their alcoholic beverages outside of bars and restaurants around parts of South Broadway. more

Pinball wizardry abounds at new Littleton pub

Attention pinball wizards: Littleton has a new place to rack up high scores. The Colorado Pinball Pub, a family-friendly bar featuring 13 pinball machines and classic pub grub, opened its doors at … more

Parker Farmers Market returns with changes

People crowded Parker’s Mainstreet June 14 much like any other Sunday in any previous year — except most wore masks and kept their distance from each other in small groups. more

Farmers’ Market kicks off at Castle Rock's Festival Park

The Farmers’ Market at Festival Park in Castle Rock is up and running this season with a number of precautions in place amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The festival kicked off June 14 with … more

Centennial farmers market back amid social distancing

Shoppers can still make room for natural products in their hectic lives amid the pandemic — just browse from a distance. “I have to have two tables in front of me to create the 6 feet,” said … more

Castle Rock eyes common consumption for downtown

Could Castle Rock residents soon carry alcoholic beverages from bar to bar in the downtown, or enjoy a cold one while relaxing in Festival Park? The Town of Castle Rock is looking into creating a … more

Lone Tree businesses reach toward normal

Lone Tree businesses continue the re-opening process as COVID-19 health restrictions ease, inching their way toward returning to normal. Like other businesses, restaurants are establishing social … more

Dine-in customers return at Castle Rock eateries

Wade and Abby Lancaster sat at Great Divide Brewery and Roadhouse in downtown Castle Rock on June 2 on their first sit-down lunch date in three months. As Wade enjoyed a plate of brisket tacos, Abby … more

'Just happy to be working' as dine-in resumes in Centennial

When Colorado allowed restaurants to resume sit-down service statewide, that green light came with a slew of new requirements eateries had to meet — staff wearing masks, limiting the number of … more

Colorado relaxes rules for worship houses, gyms, playgrounds, recreation

The state continues to try to strike a balance between public safety and returning to normalcy. more

Becoming 'a different kind of place' in Parker

Teresa Engel opened her dream business in downtown Parker in 2012. Since then, Engel has turned Vines Wine Bar and Bistro into a staple of Parker's downtown scene. Hundreds visited the restaurant … more

Colorado may consider small-business relief fund

Eateries across Colorado are now allowed to resume sit-down service, but Gov. Jared Polis acknowledged “the pain our restaurants have been through” during the state's closure of dine-in service. … more

Castle Rock coffee shop files lawsuit over shutdown

The Castle Rock restaurant that drew national attention for opening to in-person dining on Mother's Day in defiance of state and public health orders is suing the governor along with state and local … more

Lone Tree's 1st affordable housing planned at RidgeGate East

Two apartment complexes are scheduled to break ground in 2021 near the RidgeGate RTD light rail station, including Lone Tree's first affordable housing development at RidgeGate East. The RidgeGate … more
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