Denver Parks and Recreation announced the City Loop Project will no longer be in City Park.
New study compares them to ‘drugstores and coffee houses’ Article written by Katie Kerwin McCrimmon, CU Denver/Anschutz Medical Campus DENVER (February 14, 2014) – A study published Wednesday in the journal Urban Geography found that medical marijuana dispensaries in Denver were generally not considered locally undesirable land uses and that they had little impact on […]
AURORA, Colo. (Jan. 22, 2014) – The U.S. should prepare for more outbreaks of illness and possible deaths from designer drugs including synthetic marijuana, according to the new research from the University of Colorado School of Medicine. The study, published (DATE) in the New England Journal of Medicine, illustrates a wide range of dangers […]
Now that retail marijuana is legal, parents face new challenges expressing the risks to their children. The Front Porch created a graphic to help start the conversation.
Recreational marijuana is now legal to possess and purchase for adults 21 and older. But before partaking, it’s important to know what is legal and what is illegal in the new industry.
Going green is getting easier. A neighbor proposes to start a private composting business and the city of Denver has expanded its composting program.
Watch a video of the construction and shipment of train cars.
Denver Parks and Rec plans to revamp City Park into a regional attraction, which stirs excitement and fears among nearby residents. Read opinions and view the proposed plans for the new City Park Loop project.
The October 2012 issue of the Front Porch carried an op-ed from Mayor Hancock that stated: “Measure 2A will benefit neighborhoods spanning from Stapleton to Lowry by helping to: –Complete parkland construction and restore maintenance. –Resurface, extend and complete neighborhood arterials like Central Park Boulevard, Smith Road and Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. –Bring library […]
Stories of how the shutdown brought sudden and dramatic changes to the lives of those who work for the government.