A final decision is planned for Dec. 5, when the county commissions are scheduled to vote on the 2024 budget.
Boulder County organizations that provide food and other services to low-income families are reporting higher-than-normal demand this year. This highlights a rising need for food and financial assistance in one of the wealthiest counties in the state.
Here are some organizations providing food and financial assistance that accept donations.
Where to get ‘incredibly delicious’ pecan pie, a last-minute turkey, a box of local produce — or take notes for next year if your favorites are already sold out.
Ryan Schuchard is ahead of Terri Brncic by just 47 votes. The recount is likely to occur in early December, just days before the new council is sworn in.
On Nov. 15, City of Boulder staff held an information session at Foothills Elementary School about the Upper Goose Creek/Twomile Creek Flood mitigation project. An undertaking that has brought much public ire to city staff, it’s one of the more than 30 such projects the city hopes to finish in the next three decades to […]
The rules were intended to curb drinking and partying in the student neighborhood. But they may also hurt businesses in an area that is ‘dying a slow death.’ This decision will likely be the current council’s last major policy decision before a new council is sworn in on Dec. 7.
This summer, Boulder residents were saddened to learn about the likely closure of Logan’s Espresso Cafe. The cafe’s founder, Logan Patterson, was told by the landlord, John Conis, that his lease wouldn’t be renewed after Dec. 31, 2023. For more than two decades, Logan’s has been a beloved coffee shop located in the heart of […]
In response to the Boulder City Council’s request in June to explore a citywide gas ban in new buildings, city staff returned to council on Nov. 9 with details about what such a ban might entail. “The energy code is one of the most effective tools we have to cut greenhouse gas emissions and encourage […]
The owners of L&L Hawaiian Barbecue owners strive to represent island culture and create a community in Boulder.
At most, six councilmembers endorsed by the Boulder Progressives will end up serving on nine-member council. That’s the same as the current majority. But some believe the new council could lean more to the left.