Ten years ago, Allison and Larry Saltzer moved to Stapleton with one life plan.
Merritt Hopper has many travel goals—the most recent being attend every Olympics with a crew of as much family and friends as possible.
As hospitals and clinics transition to electronic record-keeping, scribes step in to help physicians complete charts.
Talking about money may be awkward for some people—not these fourth-graders. They want lots of money to buy things like “teeth you don’t have to brush.”
Construction is well underway at the Greenways, a 55+ independent living complex in Stapleton.
“The Grove at Stapleton” will be apartments for 55 and older and located at Martin Luther King Blvd. and Syracuse St.
Charles Bruce—the first African-American from DSST: Stapleton to be accepted— will continue his family tradition in the Air Force Academy this fall.
A guest writer who grew up in a Ukrainian-American community shares his thoughts on Urkaine’s history and events of the past six months.
Once seedy, downtrodden and crime-ridden, East Colfax in Aurora is transforming into a thriving arts district.
Due to budget problems at Stapleton Development Corporation (SDC), the parks consultant position will be terminated and the funds should be reallocated to cover the cost of SDC staff positions.