Denver city officials wanted to buy the land and open it up for use as parkland and development.
Early next month, City Park Golf Course is scheduled to close to the public. Then come the chainsaw crews and the heavy construction equipment.
The proposed deal, which would require the approval of the Denver City Council, would have Denver pay $20.5 million over the course of 30 years for the property.
After a nine-month selection process, park officials have a recommendation for Denver City Council as to who should lead City Park Golf Course's redesign.
Young adult cancer affects people who are getting their lives started. People normally taking 10 steps forward each day. People like Albus Brooks.
What kind of music festival plays on a golf course? We may find out soon enough.
Opinion: I was a reporter covering elections. Now I’m a spokeswoman for the Secretary of State. Here’s what I’ve learned.
We served pizza at noon on Election Day at the office. Noon. That’s not right.
Opinion: We’re on the slippery slope now — a Trump PAC spokesperson cites Japanese incarceration, which happened in Colorado, as legal precedent for immigrant registry
The president-elect’s transition team is discussing plans for a registry for Muslim immigrants, he said, and there were historical precedents for such a registry including the imprisonment of Japanese in “internment camps.”
I decided to apply for Uber during a screaming match between two kids I was babysitting, and by the end of the week I was handed my official Uber sticker.
When Denver Cat Company was simply a twinkle in my eye, the United States was virgin territory for the cat café fad.
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.