While motorists may rejoice in the decreasing liklyhood of getting a traffic ticket in Aurora these days, the news may not be welcome for everyone on and off the road, officials say
Twenty candidates are seeking five open seats: Ward I, Ward II, Ward III and two At-Large seats are up for grabs. Two incumbents, Sally Mounier of Ward I and Marsha Berzins of Ward III, are on the ballot
Nearly a month after Hurricane Maria left Puerto Rico in devastation the island is still in recovery mode and in need of some basic supplies. The widespread destruction has led the City of Aurora to host a donation drive for the victims of the Category 4 hurricane
Homeless people don’t usually know where they’re going to sleep, and some Aurora high school students are exploring a way to address that issue.
Cherry Creek School District has adjusted its delayed start times for when weather takes a turn for the worse
AURORA | The Regional Transportation District board members gave 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 every […]
“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