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The 88 Drive-In Theatre in Commerce City in 2014.

End of an era: Commerce City's 88 Drive-In Theatre is closing

Commerce City’s 88 Drive-In Theatre, the last remaining drive-in theater in the Denver area, is set to close this summer after more than five decades in business.
Fresh vegetables line the table at the Miller Farms tent during a wet opening Saturday at the Westminster Farmers Market on June 3.

Westminster Farmers Market opens for summer

Westminster's Farmers Market kicked off in the rain June 3, bring plenty of fresh produce and crafts to the corner of 98th Ave. and Sheridan. The market is scheduled to run from 9 a.m. to 1:30 …
Zoey catches the frisbee during the Colorado Disc Dogs competition.

No dousing Thorntonfest spirit

Despite plenty of rain, fog and temperatures that didn’t make it out of the 50s, Thornton’s Carpenter Park drew plenty of revelers for the annual ThorntonFest, the city’s annual launch of …
The life-size replica of the USS Colorado at Riverdale Regional Park.

USS Colorado memorial opens in Brighton

The near life-size replica of the USS Colorado is completed at Riverdale Regional Park with a grand opening, a ribbon-cutting ceremony, and an F-16 flyover by the 120th wing from Buckley Space Force …

Matt, Juniper and Caroline Procik, center, surrounded by some of the volunteers from Haberer Carpentry and FirstBank who built a mobility ramp for the family through Blitz Build, a program of the nonprofit Home Builders Foundation.

Home Builders Foundation ramps up mobility for metro-area families

When Matt and Caroline Procik moved into their Castle Rock home over a year ago, it was mostly accessible to their daughter Juniper’s wheel chair, with a major exception being a step at the …
Andrea Lende with several of her published books that she has written through the years.

Biblical book author makes the best sellers list

A Commerce City author has turned her thoughts about raising her three sons into a top selling on Amazon. Commerce City's Andrea Lende published "A Mother's Love," this past Mother's Day. The …
North Suburban Medical and AirLife Denver HealthOne staff celebrated cutting the ribbon for its new emergency helicopter and ambulance at its base.

AirLife Denver HealthOne ambulance and helicopter added to the North

North Suburban Medical Center added an AirLife Denver HealthOne ambulance and helicopter emergency service to its campus to serve the North Metro communities at 9191 Grant Street, Thornton, Colorado, …
City Councilors are hoping to find a new use for the historic Rodeo Market building, shown here when it was the home for a local Westminster arts group.

Westminster hopes to turn Rodeo Market into a restaurant

Westminster is trying to turn the Rodeo Market into a new restaurant, after the city council gave direction at the May 1 study session, and they’re looking for a tenant.  Economic …
Employees of Starbucks Coffee at 144th Ave. and Delaware St. hold signs outside of their store March 22 picketing to declare their intent to join the Starbucks Workers United as part of a day of action. According to organizers, workers at 100 Starbucks across the country joined in the picket, and that included locations in Denver, Colorado Springs and Superior.

Labor with your coffee

Employees at Starbucks Coffee at 144th Ave. and Delaware St. in Westminster joined three other  Colorado Starbucks and others nationwide in strike March 22. Marrissa Aquila, one of the …

A sign is lit up at Alvarado's Mexican Fast Food, one of several Mexican restaurants open 24/7 in the Denver metro area.

Mexican restaurants a cornerstone of Denver metro area’s late-night food scene

Type in “restaurant” on Google Maps and set the filter to “open 24 hours.” You’ll be hard pressed to find any local restaurants serving up food to the night owls, late workers and early risers.
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