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According to the Denver Police Department’s crime database, Virginia Vale has seen a 49% increase in four of the five property crimes (burglary, larceny, auto theft, thefts from motor vehicles) in the last year, up to 44 per square mile this year. more

WASHINGTON PARK PROFILE

Cherry Creek North Business Improvement District is bursting with development. Since there isn’t much open space, in some cases construction is literally being placed on top of existing structures like parking garages. more

South Denver Business News

The vagaries of autumn weather – cold on Monday, warm on Tuesday, frigid on Wednesday and unseasonably hot by the weekend – cannot disguise the fact that the winter holidays are on the way. more

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Repent, relax and run to one of Denver’s farmers markets, offering an impressive selection of fresh produce grown as close to home as the seasons will allow more

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What is the root cause of that die-off and what can be done to alleviate the situation more

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Stay-cations have replaced, or at least supplemented, traditional summer travel plans for many families attempting to fill their summer with fun without emptying their wallets of funds. more

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Since humans first roamed the land, there have been those who held the gifts bestowed by our natural environment with reverence, while others simply took them for granted, as if earth’s bounty was limitless and immune to harm. more

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<p>The new complex, to be built across Alameda Ave more

“This has never been done anywhere – flushing plutonium-contaminated wastewater through a public sewer infrastructure,” says former Metro Wastewater board member and former University of Colorado professor Adrienne Anderson more

Government News

<p>Modern Ewe also offers private or group knitting lessons for children and adults more

A draft report of recommended changes to Denver’s public recreation system has local residents concerned that the closure of the Platt Park Senior Center, 1500 S. Grant St., could be at hand. more

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