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The New Century Saxophone Quartet will perform March 21 in the Loveland Performing Arts Association 2013-14 season.
12:08 a.m. In the 1000 block of Centennial Drive, a 33-year-old Loveland man on suspicion of harassment - strikes, shoves, kicks and domestic violence.
The Loveland City Council is expected to make an appointment on Tuesday that will fill the role of city attorney after John Duval's resignation takes effect next month.
Winter hours are 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. on Sunday.
Edna Walters cuts into her cake Saturday during her 100th birthday celebration at First Christian Church in Loveland, while her friend Jeanette Saul looks on.
Thompson School Board member Carl Langner, left, shares a laugh with Chris Bellmar during a special meeting Saturday on the proposed High Plains School at the Rangeview Office Building.
9:25 p.m. At 20th Street and North Lincoln Avenue, a 20-year-old Loveland man on suspicion of DUI, DUI per se and driving with a suspended, revoked or denied license.
Comedian and ventriloquist Jeff Dunham will be holding many conversations with himself and his troupe of puppet personalities.
The Blue Agave Grill is set to open the first week of April in the basement of the old Fort Collins post office building, below the Museum of Art.
The city of Loveland will start a search for a new director of public works after agreeing to pay Keith Reester nearly $37,000 following his sudden resignation this month.
The gym can be a scary place, and as someone who has been there and done that, I will tell you that getting there is the hardest part.
3:00 p.m. At Sheridan Avenue and Butternut Avenue, a 25-year-old Wellington man on three warrants alleging failure to comply.
Dressed in red issued by the Larimer County Jail, Cody Alan Powell appeared in 8th Judicial District Court on Thursday and listened as attorneys discussed the parameters of his high-profile case.
Terri Ward stands outside the newly reconstructed Ward Building on Wednesday, talking about how she is happy that the heart out front survived a huge fire last July.