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Northglenn imposes new regulations on tobacco retailers

Northglenn will tighten the belt on tobacco retailers to curb teen vaping. The City council approved new regulations for businesses that sell tobacco products with a 7 to 2 vote at a Dec. 14 meeting. … more

Northglenn establishes Police Advisory Board

Northglenn City Council unanimously voted to establish a police advisory board at a Dec. 14 meeting. The vote follows nationwide protests over police brutality and a third-party review of Northglenn … more

Drive-by Noel in Northglenn

Noel Northglenn moved outdoors to the city’s Recreation Center for 2020, with socially distant Santa Claus, goodie bags and plenty of characters Dec. 4. more

Area hospitals not full, but fear another surge

Hospitals in the wider Adams County region are running out of space, with officials expecting a post-Thanksgiving surge. About 80 percent of the county’s ICU capacity is full, according to most … more

Thornton plans COVID-safe Trunk or Treat substitute

Thornton organizers hope a COVID-19-safe substitute for the Halloween Trunk or Treat will have the same number of thrills as years past. “We can’t do the normal Trunk or Treat because we normally … more

The N Line is finally here

After 16 years spent waiting for a proposed commuter rail line, Thornton and Northglenn residents are celebrating that the N-Line is finally here. The 13-mile commuter rail line opened Sept. 21 with … more

Pomona softball impressive in opener against Northglenn

ARVADA — Pomona softball couldn’t have asked for a better start to its 2020 season. The Panthers opened with a complete-game 15-0 victory Friday, Aug. 21, with the offensive and defensive both … more

Police critics see opportunities in Northglenn report

Where the team behind a report on operations for Northglenn’s Police Department see a need for more officers, a few residents involved in Black Lives Matter efforts in the city see a recipe for … more

Wal-Mart breaks ground

Northglenn has had the Garland Center on its radar for redevelopment for nearly 10 years. As the city’s oldest retail center, built more than 50 years ago, it was the hardest to develop because of multiply property owners, aging infrastructure … more
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