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One woman was flown by helicopter to a local hospital in serious condition after the vehicle she was driving was struck head-on by an alleged drunk driver in Thornton. Police say they believe alcohol might have been a factor in a late-night … more
The Thornton Office of Economic Development said grants are still available for revitalization and enhancement projects in the South Thornton Development Area. The STAR Grant is designed to enhance and revitalize commercial areas in the area … more
An annual event held by the local Court Appointed Special Advocates group raised close to $100,000 for area abused and neglected children. CASA of Adams and Broomfield Counties’ annual Indulge event July 21 at Balistreri Vineyards raised nearly … more
The Colorado Department of Transportation’s Maintenance Pavement Program is underway to help extend the lifespan of the state road system throughout metro Denver and surrounding area. “The average lifespan of our paved surfaces is about 15 … more
Alaine Satriano said she felt stuck after the untimely death of her daughter. But after one of the region’s leading health care providers teamed up with a Denver volunteer home repair group to help Satriano get back on her feet, the former Westminster Police Department record clerk said she feels like she can finally move on. more
In just weeks, Principal Chadwick Anderson and his team at M. Scott Carpenter Middle School in Westminster will learn whether three years of hard work have paid off. Colorado’s latest set of test scores, set for release in August, will determine whether the school and 28 others will get to stay open in their current form. The schools have been on the state’s academic watch list for chronic poor performance for five years. more
Colorado Community Media runs this feature the first week of each month. To send news about a business opening or a business person's special achievement, go to toprlink.coloradocommunitymedia.com, … more
Memory loss may not always be the first warning sign that dementia is brewing — changes in behavior or personality might be an early clue. Researchers on July 24 outlined a syndrome called “mild behavioral impairment” that may be a … more
Leading area mental health service providers, Community Reach Center, will host the 36 Annual Reach for the Green Golf Tournament Sept. 13 at The Ranch Country Club, 11887 Tejon St., Westminster. The event is held in memory of mental health and … more
One woman was flown by helicopter to a local hospital in serious condition after the vehicle she was driving was struck head-on by an alleged drunk driver in Thornton. Police believe alcohol might have been a factor in a late-night incident involving a suspect who fled police and led them on a high-speed chase. more
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