J. Patrick O’Leary

There’s just not enough water in the South Platte for homes, parks, golf courses, businesses, farms and fish. To provide water for all of its customers, Denver Water has developed conservation programs, as well as provided “recycled” water for use... more

Government News

Were you hoping the renovated Civic Center Station would open this July? Relax. It’s going to be a while. “18 months is the time frame,” said Scott Reed, Regional Transportation District’s (RTD) Assistant General Manager, Communications. more

Neighborhood News and Notes

Current owners of two buildings at Colfax Avenue and Downing Street—including the former Smiley's Laundromat—went before neighbors late January to re-engage the community on what the new development will look like. Tim Bertoch, Vice President of... more

Local Headlines

The City and County of Denver last month selected three design-build teams to redesign the City Park Golf Course to include a stormwater detention basin, part of the city’s Platte to Park Hill: Stormwater Systems improvements. more

Government News

Remember the Cherry Creek Greenway recommendations included in the Denver’s 2012 Cherry Creek Area Plan? A public-private partnership is moving forward with a study on building on and making them a reality... more

Government News

Changes coming to Warren Village and Denver Public Schools' former administration building at 9th and Grant. more

Cap Hill Education News

If you haven’t pedaled around Denver since last fall, you may be in for some surprises more

, South Denver Business News

While Denver Public Schools offers a good, free education to all children, nearly two dozen private schools in south Denver provide a wide range of quality educational alternatives. (Charter schools, being public, are not listed in this compilation.) more

South Denver Business News