Capitol Hill’s Cathedral Basilica, where renovations are nearly complete, has been part of Colfax Avenue for more than a century
As repairs conclude on its steeples high over Colfax Avenue, Father Ron Cattany looked back into more than 100 years of the congregation's history and its place in the burgeoning neighborhood.
A pair of religious rabble-rousers leads St. Paul's, one of a small number of joint Lutheran-Catholic congregations.
Jewish immigrants were part of those first colonial population booms that shaped the city and state -- and they left their mark on Colfax Avenue.
Colorado School of Mines freshmen have been adding stones to the M in an initiation tradition that spans more than a century.
After six hours of debate, Jefferson County leaders accept money for affordable housing, other programs
This type of decision usually is a simple one, but this year it became a debate about whether enforcement of fair housing laws endangers the suburbs.
Fear of “war on suburbs” may convince Jefferson County to reject $1.7 million for affordable housing, other programs
An opposition group argues that accepting federal money will mean Jefferson County will be forced to "gentrify" by building low-income housing.
To battle ignorance Denver's Sikh community has taken a rather cheerful, colorful approach.
Catholic hospitals in Colorado have already opted out of the state's new aid-in-dying law.
When one group hit into another at a local golf course, another golfer did us all the favor of capturing the ensuing fight for the 'gram.