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It was Northglenn’s time to shine in downtown Denver Friday April 21 as Northglenn’s juniors and seniors celebrated their “Bright Lights, City Nights” themed prom at  McNichols Civic Center. The dance capped the school’s spirit week … more
More than 150 people gathered April 14 to witness the official groundbreaking of the long-awaited Northglenn Justice Center. City officials and project planners addressed the crowd before breaking ground, and shared some insight into the … more
Blue pinwheels can be found in various locations this April in observance of National Child Abuse Prevention & Awareness Month. Several students from Northglenn High School’s National Honor Society, Lady Norse soccer team and student council … more
A $9.4 million project on 10.45 acres will resurrect a Northglenn lot that lost its anchor tenants more than a decade ago. The Northglenn Urban Renewal Authority announced a deal April 4 to redevelop the Huron Center at the southwest corner of … more
Steve Austin has been measuring the precipitation levels in his backyard every morning since 2005 at his home in Northglenn. Outside of a few weekend trips, he hasn’t missed a day. “I’ve been doing it so long, it’s just part of what I … more
Work on a new master plan to make traveling in Northglenn safer for pedestrians and bicyclists kicks off this summer. “What we are trying to do is figure out better ways to connect the community to itself,” said Brook Svoboda, Northglenn’s … more
A Northglenn hydroponics and organics supply store will pay a $27,500 penalty to the federal Environmental Protection Agency for rebottling and selling unlabeled pesticides. According to an EPA complaint filed in Denver on March 9, the Grow Depot … more
Northglenn Police Department recently welcomed the newest addition to its team—in the form of an armored truck weighing 20 tons. With seating for eight, the emergency-response vehicle is equipped with tactical equipment and first-aid supplies … more
The first thing Cole and Danielle St. Peter did after unloading the moving truck at their new home in Northglenn's Deza Estates neighborhood was to rip up the carpet. “It told us that the carpet was original, but there was definitely a '70s … more
Rusty old bikes don’t belong down on the curb, according Northglenn Community Reach Coordinator Jenni Murphy. She has a better idea; The Northglenn Bike Program, which takes all donated bikes, no matter the condition, and turns them into solid … more
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