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
Denver residents who no longer want guns in their homes previously had few options to discard their weapons.
Did you know an underground plume contains contaminants from an old chemical spill? Get to know the Lowry plume and how it affects homes.
The providers at the new Rose Medical Center Stapleton ER in Conservatory Green consider their facility an extension of the Rose Medical Center emergency department (ED).
“The first thing newcomers say is, ‘This group was so welcoming,’” says Rouse. “We want to help women. I mean, we know how it felt when we first moved into a new community because we all went through it.”
As the impacts of climate change are increasing, a recent Supreme Court ruling means the EPA can no longer require power plants to reduce carbon emissions. While mass shootings and gun violence are on the rise, the Bruen ruling makes it more difficult for states and municipalities to implement local gun control policies. And for the first time in U.S. history, the Supreme Court took away an existing right.
How might the recent Supreme Court Ruling in the Bruen case, which struck down a New York gun control law and limited the ability for states or cities to prohibit firearms in public, impact Denver?
Once a school that almost didn’t survive, Ashley Elementary is on the upswing because of its new principal.
Summertime and ice cream go hand in hand (drips included) —and there’s quite a selection in NE Denver, all proud to indulge your taste buds with their hand-crafted products. Here’s a roundup of local independent shops serving ice cream, gelato and sorbet. We also asked shop owners and managers to share unique flavors, treats, and combinations they think you might like to check out.
Just south of Stanley Marketplace, a 172-unit, five-story apartment building is being planned, with construction expected to start early in 2018.