AURORA | The Regional Transportation District board members may give initial approval to a walked-back proposal to reduce service along the R Line, which runs along Interstate 225 and through much of Aurora, Tuesday night. Now, RTD wants to keep weekday service as it currently operates, and reduce weekend service from every 15 minutes to […]
“Our model is housing-based solution and it is a workforce-based solution. We put people to work. They’re paid employees. They’re paying taxes like you and me,” said Bridge House Executive Director Isabel McDevitt.
A Cherry Creek middle school teacher has been placed on administrative leave after a group of parents complained about her behavior, the curriculum she was teaching and a guest speaker brought to the class on social justice
There’s a lot of meaning behind the colorful mural depicting life as a day laborer going up on the 1500 block of Dayton Street, where the city has made improvements for those hoping to catch work for the day
“I remember thinking ‘hmm, that’s interesting,’” Wagner said of the post. “Look, from time to time people share things (on social media) that are thought-provoking, and I thought this was thought-provoking.”
The Aurora City Clerk and Recorder office verifies a candidate’s address by cross referencing with the candidate’s voter registration. At the time of the special meeting, Ricks’ given address matched her voter registration, which is the only vetting the city does to verify that a candidate lives in the ward they are running in
Abel Laeke pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity in 2004 for indecent exposure, a misdemeanor, and sexual contact without consent, a felony, according to court documents. The case landed the at-large candidate on the Colorado sex offender registry, which marks him as having a felony conviction. It’s also one of the top Google search results for ‘Abel Laeke.’
The goal is to make Salvage more laid back than the Summit was, without losing the things that made it great to begin with.
“This is such a great idea to have hands on activities because it makes it more relevant for the students,” said Charles Dukes, APS’ director of college and career success. “Students can check out different careers and see what skills they need to focus on as they go through school.”
“I came today to speak about the hypocrisy I saw on Monday evening,” Berzins said. “Some of the same people who stood up and criticized the ballot issue of the racetrack just a few weeks ago about there being no process — and I was one of them — are now saying there doesn’t need to be a process on this.”