Regional News Headlines
Chicago White Sox manager Tony La Russa, 77, will reportedly announce his retirement Monday - Sun, 02 Oct 2022
Tony La Russa’ s reboot as Chicago White Sox manager is ending as awkwardly as it began nearly two years ago. USA Today columnist Bob Nightengale reported Sunday that La Russa will officially announce his retirement Monday at a news conference in Chicago. It also begins another managerial search for general manager Rick Hahn, who was bypassed in the last search...
Big things coming for Heat’s Victor Oladipo? ‘For me, I think it’s about just living in the moment’ - Sun, 02 Oct 2022
Victor Oladipo finds himself caught in the middle. For months, the 30- year-old guard has stressed that he has emerged from the rabbit hole of injury and doubt, again feeling closer to the player who in 2018 was named third-team All-NBA and first-team All-Defensive, as well as a 2019 All-Star. “The few weeks prior to this,” he told the Sun Sentinel,“ I was thinking about,...
Chicago Bears at New York Giants: Everything you need to know about the Week 4 game before kickoff - Sun, 02 Oct 2022
The 2-1 Chicago Bears will hit the road to play the 2-1 New York Giants at MetLife Stadium in a Week 4 matchup. Badgley made 18 of 22 field-goal attempts in 12 games with the Indianapolis Colts and one with the Tennessee Titans last season. Running back David Montgomery did not practiced this week and was ruled out on Friday’ s injury report.
Road to Retirement: Train your brain for a real bear market - Sun, 02 Oct 2022
The optimism of late summer has quickly faded in the financial markets as investors are getting the sense that the Fed isn’t inclined to stop beating up on the economy any time soon. Inflation remains way too high, and the Fed is determined to bring it down using the sledgehammer of higher interest rates. The […]
Top Workplaces 2023: Nomination process to begin - Sun, 02 Oct 2022
The Denver Post has kicked off the 12th year of its Top Workplaces awards program. The nomination process has begun, and the first deadline is Nov. 4. Any organization with 50 or more employees in Colorado is eligible to participate. The organizations can be public, private, nonprofit or government. Companies will be surveyed through January. […]
Topgolf-inspired basketball complex opening in former Centennial grocery store - Sat, 01 Oct 2022
Jimmy Bemis and Matt Barnett fell out of touch after playing on a local high school club basketball team together in the early ‘90s.
Broncos bargains, Festival of Scarecrows and more free and cheap offers for October - Fri, 30 Sep 2022
Arvada has been scaring up a good time for more than 25 years with its annual Festival of Scarecrows
New Denver coffee shop is on a mission to support workers with disabilities - Fri, 30 Sep 2022
When customers patronize a new coffee shop in East Denver, their money not only supports the nonprofit business, but also training programs that help locals with intellectual and developmental disabilities learn valuable workplace skills.
In two fiercely acted regional theater premieres, the kids are anything but all right - Fri, 30 Sep 2022
With the recent openings of “The Children” and “Dry Land,” area theaters continue to launch their seasons on a high note -- or, depending on how you look at it, a culturally attuned "low" note, one befitting their creative mandate.