Keyword: Paul Albani-Burgio
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”This is on behalf of all the survivors”

Cynthia Kornegey knows first-hand the many challenges faced by victims of domestic abuse. “When you are pregnant and you are pushed down the stairs, you don't know how to keep that secret in your … more

Golden considering overhaul of sustainability rules as green goals increase

Developers and builders looking to build new structures in Golden will likely face more stringent sustainability requirements for those buildings once a planned update of the city’s sustainability … more

Walking tours take creative detours

Like many organizations reliant on in-person interaction, the team at Denver Walking Tours had to rethink nearly everything about their operation amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The business has … more

New taco truck up and running on South Golden Road

After 20 years working in restaurants, Edna Guzman was feeling ready to launch her own operation. “Of course, I am a Mexican lady,” said Guzman. “And I've always liked cooking and trying … more

Five new developments that could change North Table Mountain and Fairmont

While COVID-19 has had major economic impacts on everything from restaurants to malls, one thing it doesn't seem to have done is dampened the enthusiasm of developers looking to bring new housing to … more

Painter makes Golden a "window wonderland" during holidays

During a year where many holiday traditions have had to be altered or even canceled altogether, one seasonal pleasure that feels all the more special for remaining mostly unchanged is a walk down … more

Council directs staff to look into possibility of allowing recreational marijuana sales in Golden

The Golden City Council has given a (literal) thumbs up to city staff to start researching what it could take to permit the only dispensary currently offering medical marijuana in Golden to also sell marijuana to recreational users. more

Couple seeking to build cabins on property near Wellington Lake

A Jeffco couple is seeking a special use from the county that would allow them to add three cabins to a property they own in the Pike National Forest near Wellington Lake. On Dec. 9, Jefferson … more

In 2-1 vote, Jeffco commissioners green light overnight accommodations at Spero

The owner of the Spero Recovery Center can proceed with adding overnight accommodations to its properties on Buffalo Park Road after the Jefferson County Board of County Commissioners voted 2-1 in … more

Survey finds residents view light industry, grocery store as desirable for Heritage Square

Heritage Square's past was go-karts, dinner theater and alpine sliding. Its future might look more like warehouses, a gym and maybe even research labs. At least that's one vision that was preferred … more

After brutal year, retailers brace for holiday season that will be anything but regular

In a typical year, the Red Wagon Gift and Garden shop in Golden kicks off the holiday shopping season by putting out hot cider, cookies and other treats to welcome customers for Small Business … more

As pressure mounts around state, Jeffco hospitals have not reached capacity

As the continuing surge in COVID-19 cases is pushing hospitals across the state to their capacity, officials from Jefferson County’s two major hospitals say they are also dealing with an increase … more

Man considered ‘father of Colorado baseball’ honored with new monument

Long before the Rockies held court at 20th and Blake, the Denver Grizzlies hit balls at Sixth and Acoma in the late 1880s as one of Colorado’s first professional baseball teams. It was a ragtag … more

With COVID-19 pressure in jail, county to use CARES dollars to reopen a floor

Budget challenges forced the closure of a floor of the Jeffco jail last winter. Now, COVID-19 is about to reopen it. On Nov. 10, the Jefferson County Board of Commissioners directed county staff to … more

JCPH discussing metrowide stay-at-home order with other Denver area health departments

As skyrocketing COVID-19 cases across the metro area severely strain hospitals, contact tracing efforts and other mechanisms for managing the pandemic, Jefferson County Public Health's deputy … more

A tough assignment - Jeffco schools keeping in-person learning going for now

With COVID-19 case counts continuing to spike in Jefferson County, attention is returning to Jefferson County Public Schools, which is continuing in-person learning — for now — as the district … more

A-West grad earns Girl Scout earns high honor for helping all girls in school

For most women, periods are a part of everyday life. So why is their existence often treated like some kind of taboo? That's the question that led Julia Trujillo and the other members of the … more

Golden residents share perceptions of the city’s police, ideas for change at listening session

Ty Scrable left North Dakota because of negative incidents involving police. However, Scrable has had a different experience in Golden. “I do have to say my few interactions with GPD have been … more

Moo-ving new murals in downtown Golden

Bob’s Atomic Burgers has long been one of the most colorful and quirky restaurants in Golden. Now, its home on Ford Street finally has the exterior to match that reputation. That’s thanks to … more

Longtime Arvada book and record store owner remembered for thick black glasses, giving spirit

Through all the changes Arvada has experienced over the last 29 years, one of the city's great constants has been the Black & Read Books, Music and Game store tucked into a strip mall on West … more
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