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  1. Brighton Police take on No-Shave November for cause

    The Brighton Police Department believes nearly everyone has been touched by cancer - that’s why they have decided to form a team and participate in The American Cancer Society’s No-Shave November annual tradition. Read on...
  2. Eagle View to offer Conversations about Dementia program

    The Eagle View Adult Center will offer a free Conversations about Dementia program at 6 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 4 at 1150 Prairie Center Parkway. Read on...
  3. Reward offered in vandalism cases

    Brighton police are investigating more than 79 cases of criminal mischief to vehicle windows which occurred over an 18-hour period beginning at about 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 19. Read on...
  4. Brighton seeks resident opinion

    The City of Brighton is asking residents to help shape Brighton’s future by participating in its online community survey. Residents may participate in the community survey by visiting www.brightonco.gov/survey. The survey is open now through Dec. 31. Read on...
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