September 2016

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Eastbridge Poised to go from Outhouse to Penthouse

Eastbridge Poised to go from Outhouse to Penthouse

As the Stapleton neighborhoods developed, Eastbridge was poised to become the crème de la crème of the Stapleton boroughs. There would be a town center on MLK and Havana, an elementary school on the corner of Iola and 26th, and a huge open space park along 26th Ave. But then, something happened, or really, nothing […]

Alarming Number of Stapleton Kids Receiving Vaccinations

Alarming Number of Stapleton Kids Receiving Vaccinations

A Front Porch article recently alerted residents to a frightening situation. Stapleton children are receiving vaccinations at an extremely high rate, and that rate reportedly continues to go up. In fact, less than five percent of Northeast Denver parents at 17 of the 18 area schools requested exemption. From a medical standpoint, this can pose […]

Residents Begin Wearing Body Cameras to Accurately Report Suspicious Activity

Residents Begin Wearing Body Cameras to Accurately Report Suspicious Activity

Reporting crime or suspicious activity on Stapleton social media sites has always been a tricky situation. What do you report? How should I describe the potential perpetrators? Should I describe everyone as white to avoid being accused of being racist? These are all tough questions, as many times do-good residents trying to alert people to […]

Test Confirms Stapleton Child Completely Deaf While Watching TV

Test Confirms Stapleton Child Completely Deaf While Watching TV

Stapleton five year old Ella Hoffman recently underwent a hearing test at the request of her parents, Michael and Linda. Unfortunately for the Hoffmans, the results were devastating. “We knew something was wrong,” said Linda. “We would talk and talk to her, and it was clear she didn’t hear us. We knew we had to […]

Recent Crime Sign Stresses Urgency to Porch Pirates

Recent Crime Sign Stresses Urgency to Porch Pirates

Recently, the DPD placed signage in Stapleton on 26th Ave. in Eastbridge in an effort to curb thieves from stealing packages from Stapleton porches. The sign states, “prevent package theft, track your packages, pick up package ASAP.” This sign is a helpful reminder to Stapleton residents to make sure they don’t leave packages unattended for […]

Stapleton Man Realizes He Will “Probably Never” be Able to Park in Garage Again

Stapleton Man Realizes He Will “Probably Never” be Able to Park in Garage Again

Stapleton resident Michael Dinnebier is married with three kids, a six, four, and two year old. They live a normal Stapleton life, which is to say they have an above average standard of living and their kids want for nothing. Due to having three kids, they have an abundance of toys, scooters, bikes, balls, sleds, […]

Family Celebrates Final In-Home Birthday Party

Family Celebrates Final In-Home Birthday Party

Maya Addison turned six last week, and her family threw a big birthday party for her at her home. Almost 20 little kids came to the Disney-themed party, and there were lots of balloons, cake, decorations, music, party favors, and anything else you can think of. Although everything went well, Maya’s mom Karen decided this […]