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‘The Jones District’ Development Underway in Centennial

The Jones District will have 11 buildings with 1.8 million square feet of space, and the build out is expected to take 10 to 15 years.


Centennial Ranks No. 26 on USA Today’s ‘50 Best Places to Live’

Located a short drive south of Denver, Centennial is a family-friendly suburb of the Mile High City. The area boasts one of the lowest property crime rates of cities reviewed and very strong schools.

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City of Centennial to Offer Free Basement Finish Workshop

All Centennial residents are invited to attend a free workshop to learn what it takes to tackle a basement finishing project.


Letter to the editor: Vote yes on ballot measure 4C

We strongly support passage of 4C to help the South Suburban Parks and Recreation District continue to improve our community in so many different ways. My family has lived within the district for many years and our lives have been better for it. We have walked the paths and trails, taken many classes and participated in athletic activities and enjoyed the di

Letter to the editor: Superintendent supports South Suburban

Over the years, I have had the privilege of working with the South Suburban Parks and Recreation District in serving our community. It goes without saying that our community is very blessed to have had the foresight to fund and support an organization that gives so much back to us year after year.

'Two steps back' gives room for running start

You know the saying, "One step forward and two steps back," right? And sometimes it may even be, "One step forward and three or four steps back."