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Mapleton Public Schools has continued its Summer Food Program this summer in an effort to combat child hunger. According to a news release from the district, poor nutrition during the summer months can hinder a child’s ability to learn once … more
RTD’s upcoming North Metro Rail Line, which will provide rail service to Thornton, Northglenn and the north metro region, is already very much “off the ground.” Perhaps more than most lines, the North Line is proving just how integral … more
Community Reach Center recently opened its doors to the new CRC Community Campus at 1870 W. 122 Ave. in Westminster. The building, previously known as DeVry University, is now home to Community Reach Center’s business functions. “Clinical … more
The Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States (VFW) recognized two North Metro Fire Rescue District firefighters with state and national awards for their excellence in emergency care. Captain Rich Randall and Engineer Mike Dawson received the … more
A 31-year-old Thornton-area man has been sentenced to life in prison without parole for the beating death of a disabled woman found dead in an Adams County motel last June. At the conclusion of the eight-day trial, Emiliano Damacio Urioste was … more
The School District 27J Board of Education approved the budget for the 2016-17 school year during its regular meeting last week. The approved budget of about $144 million includes money to accommodate continued enrollment growth, and includes … more
North Metro is a stressful place to live, according to an online study by internet career consultants Zippia.com. The Zippia.com analysis, authored by Chris Kolmar, lists three north metro cities in Adams County — Northglenn, Federal Heights … more
A Thornton pet store owner pleaded guilty last week in Adams County court to a misdemeanor count of animal cruelty. Charges were filed against Lynn Kubic, owner of Jurassic Pets in Thornton, 55, her husband Kenneth Kubic, 62, and son Brian Kubic, … more
A stage curtain at the historic Westminster Grange that for generations advertised area businesses will preserve the memories of those establishments, even after most have been long gone. The curtain that hangs above the stage of the more than … more
The City of Northglenn announced last week that one of the reigning breakfast restaurants of the world will soon be flipping flapjacks at the Northglenn Marketplace home. The International House of Pancakes (IHOP, to most), has signed a long-term … more
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