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When the Kmart at 365 S. Broadway closed in March 2017, questions arose about what would become of the large swath of property in a rapidly developing city. D4 Urban, LLC owns the land and has been working with the City of Denver to design a more

South Denver Business News

While teachers in numerous states stage protests to demand higher pay and increased school funding, teachers at Denver Public Schools may soon be getting some relief when it comes to purchasing a home in the costly Denver market. DPS recently more

South Denver Education News

While teachers in several states stage protests to demand higher pay and increased school funding, teachers at Denver Public Schools (DPS) may soon be getting some relief when it comes to purchasing a home in the costly Denver market. DPS recently more

Cap Hill Education News

The April Inter-Neighborhood Cooperation (INC) delegate meeting delved into some hot-button issues, including a proposed revision of liquor laws in Denver city parks and concerns over neighborhood air quality and health disparities. The Parks and more

Local Headlines

Asbury Elementary School has been leading the way locally when it comes to eco education for years now. The school's teachers and staff created recycling and composting programs even before Denver Public Schools' Department of Sustainability came... more

South Denver Education News

The mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida on February 14, 2018 sparked a movement that has quickly spread. That movement showed up on the state capitol steps in Denver on March 14 when students from Colorado... more

South Denver Education News

The property at 390 Grant St. is buzzing with demolition activity to make way for the Modera West Wash Park “apartment community,” which will be situated directly west of the long-standing Mancinelli’s Auto Repair. Speer Boulevard runs along the... more

South Denver Business News

Solar panels on the roof of the East High School gym are part of the view from Sean McCarthy’s classroom. McCarthy, a special education teacher, says that he first noticed the city’s purple recycling bins at... more

Cap Hill Education News

The mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida on Feb. 14, 2018 sparked a movement that has quickly spread. That movement showed up on the state capitol steps in Denver on March 14 when students from Colorado... more

Cap Hill Education News

The March Inter-Neighborhood Cooperation (INC) meeting was a full-day event. The monthly gathering of delegates from the City of Denver’s Registered Neighborhood Groups (RNO) took place March 10 at the Park Hill Congregational Church. The agenda... more

Neighborhood News and Notes

On Feb. 10, INC delegates and members met at St. Rose of Lima Church to discuss issues including transportation, zoning and planning (ZAP) and a recent announcement that Denver is considering a bid to host the Winter Olympics. more

Local Headlines

The Emich family has been in the business of selling cars for over 90 years. In 1922, Fred S. Emich opened the first Emich dealership in Chicago, Illinois after WWI. While serving with the 131st Infantry, Emich experienced his share of close calls. more

South Denver Business News

While the State of the Union address failed to shine even a dim light on the state of education, remarks made two days later by the President about “vocational” being a “much better word than in many cases a community college” stirred up... more

South Denver Education News

While the State of the Union address failed to shine even a dim light on the state of education, remarks made two days later by the president about “vocational” being a “much better word than in many cases a community college” stirred a response... more

Cap Hill Education News

The commitment of the federal government to protect public lands, historically, has been tenuous, and recent actions have brought us back to a conversation of commerce versus conservation. For Denver, the mountains just beyond the city provide... more

Capitol Lifestyle

While Denver Public Schools (DPS) at times appears to be a volcano of ideas and progressive practices, often it is the families and outside agencies that are the catalysts for dynamic enrichment... more

South Denver Education News

Red Owl grocery stores were once a Midwestern mainstay, and the chain’s signature owl sign once stood watch as far west as our own South Logan St. in Denver’s West Washington Park neighborhood. Founded in Minnesota in the 1920s, the first Red Owl... more

South Denver Business News

While Denver Public Schools (DPS) at times appears to be a volcano of ideas and progressive practices, often it is the families and outside agencies that are the catalysts for dynamic educational enrichment... more

Cap Hill Education News

Following the mayhem of the holidays, students are returning to the classrooms to begin the second half of the school year. 2017 was a year of challenges and growth for Denver Public Schools (DPS). The rescinding of Deferred Action for Childhood... more

Cap Hill Education News

John Sie moved to the United States from his native China in 1950. He spent his teens in an orphanage on New York’s Staten Island until graduating from high school. After college, Mr. Sie built a number of successful businesses, founded the Encore... more

South Denver Business News

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