Broomfield City Council elected to wait when it comes to moving from Level 2 to a less restrictive Level 1 designation under the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment's...
Jennifer Rios covers the City and County of Broomfield
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Broomfield residents running for House District 33 tackled questions ranging from reproductive rights and transportation to education and the economy.
Broomfield City Council unanimously approved greenhouse gas reduction goals presented by the Advisory Committee on Environmental Sustainability (ACES).
Broomfield police issued a community notification Monday that a sexually violent predator is set to be released from the Jefferson County Detention Center.
Jack Bonneau, a Broomfield teenager who gained national attention with his lemonade and marketplace stands, is focusing his efforts on a new venture.
Sustainable Broomfield, an eco-friendly citizen group, is inviting the community to a trash-pickup event as a way to participate in National Cleanup Month. Group founder Brianna Hallinan said the organization...
Broomfield finance officials presented a 2021 budget overview to council this week, which included how COVID-19 impacted the city and county and the 2020 revised budget.
Elementary school children in Adams 12 Five Star Schools district are set to return to an in-person model, five days a week for students in grades kindergarten through fifth grade.
Even though "Bike to Work Day" was cancelled in 2020 because of COVID-19, Broomfield is encouraging residents to "Bike to Wherever Week" instead.
A free fall paper shred event will be held from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sept. 26 at the Norman Smith Service Center, 3001 W. 124th Ave.