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A bike ride through local farms and a “Roast and Toast” are the book ends to Brighton’s Sixth Annual Market Day on tap this weekend. Bike Tour Saturday start off the morning with a Family Bike Tour of local farms presented by Treads … more
The Standley Lake Regional Park master plan is getting a makeover. During its July 28 meeting, Westminster City Council voted 6-1 to approve a contract with Matrix Design Group, Inc. for master planning and branding services for the park in an … more
While Steve O’Dorisio is out campaigning, he hears a common theme from the residents he talks to. People are concerned about their quality of day-to-day life - such as graffiti removal, curbs and parking issues, he said. “They don’t talk … more
The public is invited to vote for the Business People’s Choice Award, which will be awarded at the Northglenn Business Appreciation Breakfast in October. The winner of the Business People’s Choice Award will be selected by a popular vote from … more
The city’s 2014 Free Summer Concert Series concludes with Hazel Miller at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 27, at E.B. Rains Jr. Memorial Park, 11800 Community Center Drive. Beer will be available for purchase. All proceeds benefit the Northglenn Arts … more
The Northglenn Recreation Center, including the senior center, will be closed from Monday, Aug. 25, through Monday, Sept. 1 for yearly maintenance and cleaning. The center will reopen on Tuesday, Sept. 2. All activities normally scheduled for … more
The city of Northglenn will launch its next 12-week series of Citizens Police Academy classes on Wednesday, Sept. 3. The classes meet 6-9 p.m. on Wednesdays at the Northglenn Police Department, 11701 Community Center Drive. Instructors are … more
Northglenn police, council and staff are getting involved with the Lassy Project, a movement to locate missing children and prevent child abductions. A Lassy Project co-founder gave a presentation during City Council’s Aug. 11 meeting, … more
Roger Penneke walked into the 3CE building last October unemployed and homeless. “My life was upside down,” he told a crowd of a couple dozen people Aug. 14. “When I came into this program, I was lost.” He is not lost anymore. Penneke … more
It is hard to have a Health and Produce Fair without the main ingredients — fresh veggies and fruit. Last Thursday the Food Bank of the Rockies had a shortage of fresh produce, which resulted in the cancellation of the third and last Fair … more
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