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All Englewood schools now set with STEM

Middle- and high-school students sat in a room full of technology — with a 3-D printer, iPads and small robots — as Englewood schools officials and STEM supporters spoke before showing off what the kids could do in the new lab dedicated to STEM …
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Helpful residents opt to 'be a tool'

The whine of power saws and the pounding of nails being driven into boards became common sounds at 15 locations as volunteers worked on Englewood Day of Service projects. Most of the more than 200 volunteers on Sept. 9 wore “I'm a Tool” …
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    • Meet your Englewood city council candidates

      This November, Englewood voters will make choices among current city councilmembers and challengers, including business owners, two Ph.D. holders, a marijuana business official and a pastor. Three incumbent councilmembers — Steve Yates, …

    • Accessory dwelling units in Englewood move closer to reality

      As the wave of accessory dwelling units continues to slowly roll through the metro area, Englewood may soon join the list of localities where the small homes can breathe some relief into an increasingly airtight housing and rental market. ADUs …

    • Bronco and Gravity car was preserved through local efforts

      The Cherrelyn horsecar, an important part of Englewood history, stands fully restored in the lobby of the civic center because a number of residents wanted to see it saved and displayed where everyone could see it. The 1980s restoration project …

    • Meet your municipal judge candidates

      With Englewood’s current municipal judge, Vincent Atencio, hanging up the robe after 20 years in the position, this year’s election will see three candidates vying to take the onlyelected municipal judge spot in Colorado. They include current …

    • 'He was a true Rotarian and a true citizen'

      Frank Sargent, 89, remembers the time, years ago, when an Englewood preschool program that distributed food and clothing was financially struggling. He approached Peter Neidecker to ask if he knew someone who could help. "Peter, I'm coming to you …