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“Water, sun and God,” are the three ingredients that Timothy Payne says make his garden grow. Sporting a wide-brimmed sun hat, Payne is out three times every day making sure his vegetables are getting enough water. He eats his vegetables or shares... more

Neighborhood News and Notes

Conflicts between restaurant employees and residents over parking in the South Pearl Street neighborhood are being resolved by a new parking management plan for the area. The plan’s rollout began in early March and was completed in early April. more

Neighborhood News and Notes

Big changes are coming to on-street parking on the densest part of Capitol Hill. They are the culmination of collaboration among residents, businesses and the city’s Parking Operations planners. A letter outlining the changes and requesting... more

Government News

Denver’s marijuana industry is beginning a push to extend hours past the currently mandated 7p.m. There’s no formal proposal yet, but the Denver City Council Special Issues Marijuana Committee heard from the cannabis industry on Jan. 9 that... more

Government News

Old South Pearl continues to get a face lift. One new, 16-unit apartment development at 1411 S. Pearl St. is already under construction. Two older buildings at 1545-1551 S. Pearl St. will be scraped in late spring or early summer for a new office more

Students from South Denver’s DSST: Byers drove their robot to a third-place finish recently, competing against 35 other teams from Colorado, Arkansas, Kansas, Oklahoma and Tennessee. more

South Denver Education News

Centura Health’s Porter Adventist Hospital has earned its eighth consecutive “A” patient safety rating from The Leapfrog Group. more

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Converting the Highline Canal from a water utility to a recreational and environmental amenity is a big job. To pull it off, Denver Water, the canal’s owner, has teamed with the Highline Canal Conservancy... more

Government News

Apartments to go in behind Capitol Hill's Trader Joe's

Photo courtesy The Dinerstein Companies.

Those mysterious chain link fences around the brick bungalows at 7th Avenue and Grant Street, behind Trader Joe’s, will be going away soon. more

Cap Hill Business News

The Denver School of Science and Technology (DSST-Byers) “Skybots” compare in intensity with any school sports team. But they compete with brains rather than brawn. more

South Denver Education News

Harvard Gulch exists to funnel runoff and provide recreation. The recreation side will be the focus of improvements. more

Government News

Ekar Farm is one of the largest urban farms in the country, according to Executive Director Aaron Ney. In its seventh season it provided more than 16,000 lbs. of organic produce to local nonprofit organizations... more

South Denver Education News

Smiley's Laundromat

Photo by Sara Hertwig

The future of the old Smiley’s Laundromat building at Colfax Avenue and Downing Street remains up in the air. more

Cap Hill Business News

Denver City Council is hitting pause on two types of multi-unit developments, unanimously approving moratoriums on garden court developments and small lot developments with parking exemptions at its Aug. 22 meeting. more

Government News

Ash Street Apartments, a 112-unit affordable housing project, broke ground June 30, 2016, at the redevelopment site of the former University of Colorado Health Sciences Center (UCHSC). more

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