• Hezed Azariatl Villanueva

    Diana and Israel Villanueva, of Denver, announced the birth of their son, Hezed Azariatl Villanueva.

    Hezed was born Sept. 20, at Platte Valley Medical Center, in Brighton, weighing 5 pounds, 1 ounce, and measuring 19 inches.

    Grandparents are Gloria A. Quinonez and Leumaro Villanueva, both of Denver, and Vnaria and Filiberto Botello, of Juarez, Mexico. 

  • Commerce City Salud welcomes new provider

    COMMERCE CITY — The Commerce City Salud Family Health Center this month welcomed new provider, certified physician assistant, Erin Hagerman, to the staff. Hagerman received her master’s degree in physician assistant studies fro the University of Colorado’s Anschutz Medical Campus. 

  • Salud opens ‘convenient’ clinic

     COMMERCE CITY  — Salud Family Health Centers announced last week the opening of its Convenient Care Clinic, designed to treat patient’s immediate health care needs. 

    The new Convenient Care Clinic is attached to the Salud Commerce City clinic, at 6255 Quebec Pkwy., Commerce City. 

  • Ziggi’s puts zag in coffee


  • Local RE/MAX agent recognized

    BRIGHTON — Longtime Brighton resident Greg Portlock, of RE/MAX Momentum, was one of more than 2,000 RE/MAX agents and teams featured in the 2014 REAL Trends “America’s Best Real Estate Agents” report.

    The agents included in the survey comprise less than 1 percent of all real estate practitioners in the U.S. Portlock has more than 20 years experience in the Brighton market.

  • storage facility for ‘big toys’ raises concerns about noise

    COMMERCE CITY — A public hearing is scheduled for July 23 at the Adams County Government Center to discuss a conditional use permit request for the proposed Big Toy Ranch, an open, outdoor storage facility for vehicles.

    A request for comments period regarding the application ended July 3, and those comments are to be included in a staff report likely to be presented at the July 23 meeting.

  • Commerce City ranks high for new businesses

    COMMERCE CITY — According to a recent study by consumer finance website, NerdWallet, Commerce City ranks among the top 20 best places to start a new business in Colorado.

  • Bigger, better: SUVs, trucks lead new car sales trends

    DENVER — Figures indicate that new vehicle sales are on the rise statewide in 2015.

    Colorado Automobile Dealers Association president Tim Jackson said in a May 26 press release that registrations increased by 3.5 percent in Colorado in April of this year, compared to 2014, and added that those figures are consistent with trends of more new car purchases overall in 2015 in Colorado. 

  • Work force briefs

    DENVER — April 2015 unemployment numbers in the state remain unchanged for the fifth straight month, despite a slight decrease in the labor force, according to the state labor department.

  • Alpine Waste & Recycling partners with A-1 Organics

    COMMERCE CITY — Alpine Waste & Recycling has acquired the rights to A-1 Organics’ commercial container/retail-based compost pick-up routes in a strategic partnership that will allow A-1 to continue receiving and processing those compostable materials.