Mural Challenge Proves that Northside Pride is a Boo-tiful Thing Zoom in on the pdf to see the full centerspread as it appears in print! Want to see even more photos? Check out the galley below! … [Read more...] about And the Vote is in…
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In a unanimous vote, Denver City Council approved a neighborhood-wide rezoning for the Chaffee Park neighborhood. While individual property rezonings usually aren't newsworthy, rezoning an entire neighborhood is far less common and far more significant. This rezoning is the culmination of over two years worth of work. Every property in the neighborhood that’s at least 4500 … [Read more...] about Chaffee Park Gets Neighborhood-Wide “Gentle Density” Rezoning
Residents, Business Owners, College and City Officials Split on Proposals to Remove On Street Parking for Bike Lanes Few people would say they oppose new bike lanes. Nearly every community survey, focus group, and neighborhood meeting says the same thing: Denverites support making alternatives to cars safer and easier. Where the rubber meets the road, so to speak, is where … [Read more...] about Cars vs Bicycles: Should Bike Lanes or Car Parking Take Priority?
As delivery services have become more popular in the pandemic, porch package thefts have become a plague. Over the last summer, sales through Amazon and similar companies surpassed 2019 holiday numbers, and 2020 holiday sales numbers are expected to increase even more. According to statistics from the Denver Police Department, package theft rates are higher than past years and … [Read more...] about Teen Entrepreneur Starts Business to Combat Package Thefts in North Denver
Update: Since the time these interviews were conducted and the November edition of The Denver North Star went to print, COVID-19 numbers have continued to rise. More suburban school districts, including Cherry Creek and Littleton, announced that they will be moving to all remote learning, including for elementary school students. Other neighboring districts that previously … [Read more...] about Few Content with DPS Remote Learning Situation, Enrollment Dips