A coalition of Broomfield partners has joined Built for Zero — a collaborative effort that aims to end homelessness.
Jennifer Rios covers the City and County of Broomfield
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Broomfield Buddies recently awarded $4,200 in grants to 14 school programs in both Boulder Valley and Adams 12 Five Star school districts.
Beau Clark, who stays at a local church parking lot, stopped by the Refuge Thursday for a hot shower and a hot meal.
Broomfield is partnering with Boulder to provide shelter for homeless residents who are symptomatic or who have tested positive for COVID-19.
Broomfield joined more than a dozen other counties moving to Level Red of the state's color-coded COVID-19 dial.
Nancy Rodgers, formerly Aurora's deputy city attorney, accepted the role as Broomfield's new city and county attorney.
Smokin’ Oak Wood Fired Pizza, which opened in early October, is hosting a fundraiser to support the Northern Colorado Fires Fund.
Broomfield City Council voted unanimously to award $100,000 to Broomfield FISH — money that is not directly tied to CARES Act funds, but was made available because of federal reimbursements.
Broomfield marked Veterans Day with the sounds of bugles, fifes and drums, patriotic speeches and the crack of rifles in the morning air. Instead of meeting inside the Broomfield High...
Broomfield City Council unanimously voted to extend an oil and gas moratorium, which was set to expire Dec. 4.