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December events in Arvada: Tree lighting, Santa visits, holiday tea, a ‘White Christmas’ and more…

Arvada’s community events are great ways to explore the city, experience something new, and connect with family, friends and neighbors. More
Thursday, November 19

South Denver OB/GYN & Midwives Announces Newest Certified Nurse Midwife, Shelly Posey

South Denver OB/GYN & Midwives announces the newest midwife to join their team and will be scheduling patients immediately More
Tuesday, November 10

Learn How to Brine, Spice and Smoke your Turkey at the Mobile Grill Academy

Neighborhood Ace Hardware stores host Chef Jason Morse of 5280 Culinary Spices as he teaches 24 mobile grill academy classes during the month of November! More
Tuesday, November 10

The NO TOW Solution reduces parking violators

Have you had your car towed or know someone that has? Then you understand the sheer panic you go through when you walk outside and your car is not where you parked it. We've solved that problem at Park It Right with our No Tow Solution and revolutionary Remote Release Vehicle Boot. More
Friday, October 30

Wall Street Comes to the West for Area High School Students

1,500 teens from 40 Colorado high schools will compete in a live, high-tech stock exchange simulation More
Monday, October 5

New year’s eve is on fire (and ice)!

Celebrate the end of 2015 at the Sheraton Denver West's New Year's Eve party and dance the night away with Vivid Black! Plus a portion of the proceeds will directly benefit The Denver Hospice. More
Friday, July 10

Cimarron Middle School educators attend Space Camp

Two Parker area teachers just got an out-of-this-world experience. Kimberly Waller and Hector Diaz attended U.S. Space Camp. More
Monday, August 18, 2014

Delicious Italian fare made fresh

What’s for dinner? Cranelli’s! Lone Tree is so fortunate to have this small but amazing Italian restaurant nestled in the retail outlets of the Crest Apartments on Park Meadows Drive, across from the University of Phoenix. It’s like the best home-cooked meal you’ve ever had served up with love and pride by the owner’s Jimmy and Lasinda Crane. More
Tuesday, July 1, 2014

4 Questions You Must Answer Before You Buy a Home

Opening the door of a prospective home opens the door to a thousand possibilities. To avoid getting lost in dreamland, homebuyers should do some critical thinking about what they’re looking for in a new home. More
Monday, June 2, 2014

3 Ways to Boost Air Quality in Your Home

Good air can boost quality of life by helping homeowners feel healthier and happier when setting foot inside the house. Taking a deep breath and relaxing inside is much easier to do when the air indoors is healthy and comfortable. There are a few simple appliances and tricks that will make breathing easier. More
Monday, June 2, 2014

How to Help a Pet with Chronic Nerve and Joint Pain

If your four-legged friend is dealing with chronic nerve or joint problems, the solution may not be as simple as administering a shot or pill. In fact, the root of the problem may go beyond a simple bout of discomfort; it might go deep as the bone. More
Sunday, April 27, 2014

Is Your Pet ‘Fit for Life’?

Every pet owner knows an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Yet still we manage to forget or procrastinate when it comes time for the check-up, dental visit or vaccination. More
Monday, April 7, 2014

6 Smart Ways to Cut Home Energy Costs

Most homeowners say they’re willing to try to conserve energy in order to keep costs down and lend a helping hand to the environment.  In fact, fully one-third of us say we are willing … More
Friday, April 4, 2014

Popular Eastern Therapy Goes Mobile for Pets in Pain

Some dogs and cats suffering pain or disability can be too sick to get to the vet for effective treatment. Now, there’s an answer. Animal Care Center of Castle Pines’ new mobile … More
Friday, March 14, 2014

How Well Do You Really Hear?

If the last time you had your hearing checked it was done by the school nurse, it’s time to get it checked again. Nearly a fifth of Americans age 12 and older have hearing loss that is so severe that it may affect their communication, according to research from Johns Hopkins Medical Centers. While most people tend to associate hearing loss with aging, but hearing loss happens at any age. More