This month: 1) The Suncor Shutdown; 2) Northfield HS Principal Announces Retirement; 3) Groundbreaking for Nature Play in City Park; and 4) East High Hockey Coach Wins Coach of the Year.
This month: Park Hill Golf Course Development Update; Lowry Taproom; and New Businesses in the Shops on Montview.
UPDATE: Natural Grocers opening on Dec. 14 has been DELAYED due to city inspector delays. It has been pushed to January, no exact date yet. This month: 1) Planet Pioneers; 2) Motels Purchased by the Fax Partnership; 3) Organic Grocery Store to Open in Central Park Neighborhood; 4) Affordable Apartments for Seniors; and 5) The Rose on Colfax.
This month: 1) East High Black Box Production; 2) Bistro Vendome Is Coming to Park Hill; 3) Solana Apartments at Beeler Park; and State Update: Sand Creek Massacre Historic Site Expands.
This month: 1) Park Hill Golf Course Development Update; 2) Park Hill Open Studio Tour October 15 & 16; and 3) Second Dawn Brewing Slated to Open Soon.
Large bird this month is the osprey. Small bird is the sora.
This month: 1) Voices Rock Begins New Season; 2) Nike Unite Store and P.F. Chang’s; 3) Price Development Apartments; 4) Credit Union of Colorado; 5) Runway 35 North; 6) Runway 35 South; and 7) Community Open House and Dedication Ceremony at the Former Johnson and Wales Campus
This Month: 1) Guns Buyback Event Aug. 20; 2) E. 32nd Ave., Solana Central Park; 3) E. 35th Ave., NE Denver Housing, Income-Qualified Apartments; 4) E. 36th Ave., A Line Townhomes; 5) E. 36th Ave., Central Park Station Residences and 6) New Central Park Playground.
This month: 1) Four Northfield HS Students Charged with Misdemeanors in Paintball Gun Incident; 2) Denver Poised to Start Volume-Based Pricing of Trash Pickup in 2023; 3) Denver Climate Action Rebates—eBikes and Renewable Energy Upgrades for Homes; and 4) Xcel’s Time-of-Use Pricing And Rebates for Energy-Efficient Products.
This month: 1) The Urban Farm to Host Open House/Free Admission Day; 2) Denver Zoo Celebrates Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Community; 3) Northfield HS Hosts Shark Tank-Inspired Competition, Awards $1,000 Seed Money; and 4) Combat Loneliness: Write to a Senior Citizen