Good news happens every day in Colorado’s Front Range, but it can often be overshadowed by the latest pandemics, crime, natural disasters, and political news.

That’s why Patch has decided to devote a weekly recap of the news, which will hopefully lift readers’ spirits a little and give hope.

Here is some of the latest good news from across the Front Range:

Nursing home cases are falling in Colorado

A new report from the American Health Care Association shows that the number of cases in nursing homes has decreased by 96 percent nationwide in the past three months.

Lakewood Celebrates Earth Day: Arts, Activities, Freebies

Lakewood won’t be hosting its traditional Earth Day Festival, but there are a number of other ways community members can celebrate.

Lyrid meteor shower begins: what needs to be known

Here’s everything you need to know about Lyrids Peak above Denver. The meteor shower overlaps with the Eta-Aquariids.

Colorado Business named one of Fortune’s 100 Best Companies

The list, compiled by Fortune and Great Place To Work, features the top 100 companies sorted by their employees.

Eating In, In-Store Shopping Recovers In Metro Denver: Report

Buyers and guests in the Denver metropolitan area are returning in person faster than in other U.S. regions, a new report shows.

Colorado’s Economy Among Least Concerned By Pandemics: Report

Colorado’s economy performed well compared to other US states during the pandemic, according to a new study. Here’s why.

Colorado Expands Coronavirus Home Testing Program

All publicly accessible employees in Colorado are now eligible for free COVID-19 test kits to use at home, public health officials said.