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Residents of rural parts of Colorado may no longer have to drive several hours to testify on legislation at the Capitol, under a bill that passed a House panel on March 31. House Bill 1303 — sponsored by House Speaker Mark Ferrandino, D-Denver … more
During Tuesday night’s Adams County School District 50 school board meeting, Bob Landgraf officially resigned as a board director. The 1962 Westminster High School graduate is moving out of the district, which prompted his resignation. In a … more
This legislative session marks the mid-way mark for Rep. Jenise May’s first term in office. May said she was honored to be appointed to the Joint Budget Committee because generally appointees have much more experience in the Legislature. Being … more
While a lot of focus has been on the opening businesses at the new Webster Lake Promenade, there is another development project just south of that area on Community Center Drive. Carrick Bend, a new multi-family development at 11525 Community … more
Recess at Malley Drive Elementary School in Northglenn may look a little different than other schools. Instead of 15 minutes of chaos, students are working together playing organized games, giving each other high fives and encouraging one another to … more
Community members got a chance to share their dreams and help create art during at Anythink Huron Street on Saturday. is a collaborative, multi-sensory art project done by Colorado artist Helen Hiebert and will hang from the ceiling of the Kay W. … more
A newly-established specialty court is hoping to reduce recidivism rates of veterans in Adams County who have tangled with the law. Adams County Court for Veterans (ACCV) offers innovative and non-traditional approaches that integrate treatment … more
The city of Northglenn received third place for the Webster Lake Promenade in the Development Category of the 2014 Local Government Awards Program. The award recognizes exceptional contributions to regional economic development through innovative … more
The Planning Department is updating the city's zooming code and subdivision regulations and would like public input on the matter. A public hearing is set for 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 15, at City Council Chamber, 11701 Community Center Drive. A … more
The next Coffee With the Mayor is set for 8:30 a.m. Monday, April 14, at the Atlanta Bread in the Northglenn Marketplace, 104th Street and Interstate 25. Coffee with the Mayor is a chance to talk with Mayor Joyce Downing and learn about new … more
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