Published on Thursday, February 12 2015 13:57
If any of the six hundred and fifty-plus participants and attendees at the Oskar Blues CAN’d Aid “Old Man Winter” fundraising bike event held in Sandstone Park last Sunday were hoping for “full on winter weather,” they might have been a little disappointed with the balmy spring-like
Published on Thursday, February 12 2015 13:10
The City of Boulder’s Open Space and Mountain Parks (OSMP) Department will increase enforcement of new Voice and Sight Tag Program changes that went into effect on Jan. 1. The changes require off-leash dogs to visibly display current blue Voice and Sight Tags, which demonstrate their guardians have complied with new program requirements. Previously issued green tags are no longer valid.
Published on Wednesday, February 11 2015 12:06
Published on Thursday, February 12 2015 13:09
The City of Boulder has partnered with U.K.-based firm Commonplace to launch a new online engagement tool as part of ongoing efforts to gather community feedback for the Access Management and Parking Strategy (AMPS) project.
Published on Tuesday, February 10 2015 10:56
The Internal Revenue Service wrapped up the 2015 "Dirty Dozen" list of tax scams today with a warning to taxpayers about aggressive telephone scams continuing coast-to-coast during the early weeks of this year's filing season.
The aggressive, threatening phone calls from scam artists continue to be seen on a daily basis in states
Published on Wednesday, February 11 2015 13:24
The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) launched a new website and educational video in anticipation of the opening of the first phase of the US 36 Express Lanes Project this summer. The new
website, expresslanes.codot.gov, was created to convey information in a clear, concise and easy manner
Published on Tuesday, February 10 2015 10:18
Which is more prevalent: identity theft that involves stolen credit cards or identity theft that involves a stolen social security number to file phony tax returns?
We may hear more about data breaches involving credit cards, but it’s tax identity theft that for the past five years has topped the charts, according to the Federal Trade Commission. How bad is it? In the first six