Members of the Derby Board of Education toured the district’s new administrative center at a recent meeting – which was the first public look at the completed building.
Activity at 925 E. Madison couldn’t be much busier.
In the midst of COVID-19 and citizen unrest across the nation in 2020, Derby residents Kerry Cox and Ken Grommet, Range 54 owners, found new ways to grow and expand their business. And they did it while thinking only of the customer first.
Having one feature (the dog park) already open, the second major feature at Decarsky Park – the ball fields – has been set for a spring 2021 debut for a while now.
Eli Hill, a sophomore at Derby High School, poses for a photo with Derby North Middle School Principal Jeff Smith (right) at the gaga ball pit Hill created for his Eagle Scout project. The two are holding the final piece of the project, which will be secured once Hill is officially designate…
Since the coronavirus pandemic kicked off a little over a year ago, there is one senior living residence in Derby that has reported having no cases of COVID-19 in that one-year period. Not only is that situation on the rare side, it says a lot about the facility, its management and of course…
With the Vision Derby 2040 comprehensive plan officially adopted last summer, city staff and advisory boards jumped right in to work directed at shaping the growth of the community over the next 20 years – starting with amendments to current zoning and subdivision regulations.
Some people might think living in an area of true tranquility, in a home offering low maintenance, and in a community of people sharing common lifestyles, is just a dream. The fact is – it is a reality in Derby.
Two Derby families who, in separate remembrance events, sent helium-filled balloons with letters attached, were recently contacted that they had been found in Florida and Pennsylvania.
Doctors told Mona Martin three times over the last three months that her husband of 44 years, Rob, might not make it through the night.
When Derby firefighters at Station 81 gather around the dinner table, they can take pride in the fact that it was made by one of their own. Same with their conference room table.
There comes a time in everyone’s life when facing the death of a loved one is a reality. No matter if it is a family member or friend, they deserve dignity and compassion through the end. Heart and Soul Hospice can provide that compassionate comfort care the terminally ill deserve, while hel…
The pandemic of 2020 created numerous challenges for businesses and their customers. El Paso Animal Hospital in Derby was no exception.
When you think of cafeteria food, what comes to mind? For many, school staples like meatloaf, chili and taco salad may be embedded in their memory banks. Others with a history of extended hospital stays may think of easily digestible pantry staples like soup, jello and ice cream.
After a one-year hiatus, Derby’s Spring Into Art event is set to make a comeback next month, taking place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
In her 24 years in the real estate business, Tiffany Wells has seen a wide variety of different housing markets, but not anything like it is right now.
It’s been said there are only two guarantees in life: death and taxes. While neither are things you want to do, both can be made easier by planning ahead.
President and CEO of Carson Bank, Frank L. Carson IV, remembers when his grandfather would talk to his father about a family philosophy and how it carried on in the banking business. Carson said his father would also continue to instill that same philosophy in him years later. And today, Car…