Park Hill teen Tom Cassidy earned his Eagle Scout award through a multi-year, dedicated focus, earning over 21 merit badges and completing a 160-hour Eagle service project.
Preparing for her November 2017 Bat Mitzvah, 13 year-old Leah Grossman remembered seeing a Bicycles for Humanity (BFH) flyer and thought it might be the perfect service project for her.
To raise funds for lunch debt accrued by DPS students across the district, Cattivella restaurant owner/chef Elise Wiggins and her partner Rachel Chaparro of Grace and Sky Homes hosted a cooking class for children on August 5.
Six years ago, agents at New Perspective Real Estate (NPRE) decided to do a food drive to give back to the community.
Feeling “slightly burned out” after completing his new book of poetry for adults, north Park Hill author and resident Daniel Klawitter indulged in what he calls the liberating experience of creating children’s poems.
The Stapleton Stingrays finished their season in second place at the Colorado State Summer Swim Club state competition.
The “Wheels of Justice” riding team will participate for the 12th consecutive year in the Children’s Hospital Colorado Courage Classic bike tour dedicated to supporting our region’s only all-inclusive, nonprofit pediatric hospital.
After 14 years as Executive Director of the Sand Creek Regional Greenway Partnership, Kate Kramer is moving on…about 20 feet to an adjacent office.
Stapleton resident Mike Holtby was recognized by National Geographic magazine in May for this photo of a giraffe at sunset.
An intrepid group of students from Swigert International School have been laboring since the fall on an unusual challenge: “to create a story about a disguised character who goes on a secret mission and communicates with secret codes and spy gadgets.”