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After continued complaints from downtown business owners, the Longmont Police Department wants to move the Homeless Outreach Providing Encouragement nightly outreach program farther from Main Street.
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When 7-year-old Jessica Ridgeway disappeared last fall somewhere along her route from home to school, John Guydon said he was shocked and badly wanted to help.
What began last fall as a plan to add a piano bar night to its typical dinner-and-a-show offering on Friday has evolved.
When the weather gets warm in Longmont, the windows open. The yard work starts. And the train horn complaints begin to pile up all over again.
Finally, we are going to pay the teachers what they deserve so that we can educate our students well for a good future for Longmont, and maybe we'll have more intelligent people in the future calling into the T-C Line because they will have been better educated by well-paid teachers.
This is the second year of the Longer Longmont race. Last year, according to its founder Leah Davis, it was put together quickly as an alternative to running the Bolder Boulder as she didn't want to pay the pricey enrollment fee and deal with parking or taking a bus to Boulder.
A St. Vrain Valley School District employee reported Friday that someone had thrown a rock through his vehicle's windshield when it was parked on the 2900 block of Clover Basin Drive.
Police arrested a 34-year-old Evans man and a 33-year-old Longmont woman Friday night after investigating a report that a man with a gun in his waistband had made a shooting gesture, with his empty hand, at a family that was inside a car at a convenience store parking lot on the 800 block of Lashley Street.
Longmont-area Boy Scouts of America supporters attended the 23rd annual dinner honoring a Boy Scout and a distinguished citizen May 7 at The Plaza Hotel.
I know this is impossible, but maybe we could get a decent department store anchor if Sam's moved into the empty Walmart building.
On a hot day with little shade to spare outside Spangler Elementary School, Peggy Soderborg thought fondly of water pistols.
Hundreds of people turned out on Main Street Friday night in downtown Longmont for the first ArtWalk of the year.
Every day as I drive busy Third Avenue, I see a large banner saying "Ron Paul Revolution" posted on the back of a house .
Under a stormy sky and a week before school concluded for the 2012-13 year, art students of Skyline High School finally were able to unveil their city sponsored public art project, a Colorado themed mural covering all sides of an electrical switch box that sits next to the school.
Friday, mostly sunny with a high near 87. West-southwest wind around 6 mph becoming south southeast in the afternoon.