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Store's abrupt shutdown leaves consignors in cold

Numerous consignors say they have been unable to close their accounts and receive money owed to them by Act II Consignment, which abruptly shut its Englewood location in early September. The … more

B's Auto closes its doors after losing lease

According to company records, about 1,200 customers of B's Auto will be looking for a new place to have their vehicles repaired, because owners Pat and Colleen Burke said they were unable to renew … more

Earth Treks gym is open for those ready to climb walls

Emily Camp smiled as she emerged from Earth Treks facility at 1050 W. Hampden Ave. in Englewood after spending a couple hours on the facility's indoor climbing walls. “I am an avid climber and I … more

City drafting plan to address short-term rentals

At any time of year, a number of properties in Englewood are listed on short-term rental sites offering visitors the opportunity to rent a home or even just a bed. However, the Englewood Unified … more

Couple share Englewood pride with distinctive shirts

What began as a whimsical idea evolved into a statement that residents might see worn around town: “Englewood is my hood.” Sarah Frederick and Jason Drautz have lived in Englewood for years — … more

Kaufman's Tall & Big shop hits 60-year mark

Fred Kaufman had a thriving men's traditional clothing store in Englewood when he learned from customers of the apparel needs of big and tall men and opted to have his store meet those needs — … more

Colorado Air and Spaceport begins launch countdown

Adams County is a go for launch to hold a site operator license for a spaceport. That means the Front Range Airport, located in Watkins in Adams County, will be able to host horizontal takeoffs … more

Merle's restaurant closes on Main Street

When David Svenson and Mark Teets locked the doors at Merle's restaurant for the last time on Aug. 15, they consigned to memory a place that helped reshape Main Street — and meant the world to its … more

Business workshop focuses on exporting

Small businesses can learn to expand their business with exporting at a workshop presented by the Small Business Administration and the Englewood Chamber of Commerce. Bob Martin, a lender-relations … more

Colorado Heights sold to Glendale developer

After more than a year of community meetings and one deal that fell through, the southwest Denver community can let out a long-held breath now that the former Colorado Heights University campus site … more

Supermarkets could upend current liquor landscape

Linda Abreu, of Castle Rock, walked to the parking lot on a recent weekday with a full grocery cart — the typical milk, eggs, cereal boxes and frozen dinners — and a couple bottles of wine, … more

U.S. employers add 213,000 jobs in June

U.S. employers kept up a brisk hiring pace in June by adding 213,000 jobs in a sign of confidence despite the start of a potentially punishing trade war with China. At the same time, the … more

Sterling Ranch welcomes 100th family

Dave and Leslie Samson had been married five years and were looking to transition from a two-story home in Denver to a ranch-style home they could call their own. After touring several areas, … more

Kmart site may see 'modern' redesign

The downfall of Englewood’s Kmart — a hulking, 140,000-square-foot structure that puts the “big” in big box — may give rise to what a developer described as a “modern and aesthetically … more

Colorado Heights gets new potential buyer

The storied history of the former Colorado Heights University campus has caught a lifeline again after a local developer struck a deal to purchase the property, an iconic site perched atop southwest … more

Project aims to connect University of Denver, community

The University of Denver has announced a large-scale development plan that will change the landscape of the campus with the addition of more retail and dining outlets. The school unveiled the Denver … more

Southwest Plaza evolves with 'experiential' attractions

The indoor malls of yesteryear that once played host to department stores and shoe stores, with food courts and dark corridors, are largely gone. In their place have arisen mixed-use outdoor … more

'Tasting rooms' plan for pot shops vetoed by governor

Colorado's governor has vetoed a bill to allow marijuana retailers to set up “tasting rooms,” dashing hopes that the state would be the first to adopt a system letting consumers use marijuana … more

Littleton tea room offers a European getaway

Natasha du Coco wants her new tea room in downtown Littleton to be a place where people can get away from the hustle and bustle of daily life. A place where customers aren’t checking their email or … more

Supreme Court rules on side of Lakewood baker

The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled in favor of Lakewood’s Masterpiece Cakeshop in a case that LGBTQ advocates and religious freedom advocates alike have been eyeing closely. Masterpiece owner Jack … more
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