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Englewood class of '73 plans 45th reunion

Those in the Englewood High School Class of 1973, or those who attended any time from 1971-75, are invited for a casual night of fun, friends, food and entertainment. The Class of 1973 plans its 45th … more

Night out aims for camaraderie

Activities varied from a few residents gathering in a one house to much larger events during the Aug. 7 National Night Out celebrations in Englewood. In keeping with the night against crime theme, … more

5 things to know about CityCenter foreclosure

It's hard to miss the CityCenter Englewood development — it takes up most of the right-hand view on a drive from South Broadway to the west on U.S. Highway 285. Behind the scenes, that landscape … more

Englewood acknowledges missteps in flood readiness

In 1998, a report by an outside company outlined areas of Englewood that could be flooded during a so-called "100-year" storm. The map was rough, and the study acknowledged it shouldn't be used to … more

Nevada inmate charged with 1984 Lakewood, Aurora slayings

Police in Lakewood and Aurora have identified a suspect they believe is responsible for multiple murders more than 34 years ago. In a joint news conference Aug. 10, Lakewood and Aurora police … more

Englewood Speedway memories to come racing back

For almost 25 years the area around West Oxford Avenue and South Federal Boulevard echoed with the roar of the engines of cars racing at Englewood Speedway. The track closed in 1972, and while it is … more

High-profile initiatives could be on way to November ballot

Petitions for an anti-fracking measure and an energy industry-backed property rights initiative topped the list of proposed November ballot questions submitted to Colorado's secretary of state ahead … more

C'mon, be a tool! Making a difference together as a community

During the annual Be a Tool Day of Service, it’s not uncommon to see a homeowner serving cold drinks, moving materials or working alongside volunteers. “It’s special to see their joy and how … more

Arapahoe County lifts open burning ban

The Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office has rescinded the open-burning ban that had been in effect in unincorporated Arapahoe County, the City of Centennial, and the towns of Deer Trail and Foxfield. … more

Authorities stop protesters from blocking entrance to ICE office

More than three dozen protesters still stood in front of the Denver-area office of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement in Centennial late Thursday afternoon in an hours-long occupation of the … 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

Protesters camp at ICE office in Centennial

The local U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement office had closed for the day, but the protest outside was open for business. “It's not 'immigration is my problem' — it's everybody's … more

Signatures being checked for statewide school funding measure

Coloradans looking to bolster education funding throughout the state may be one step closer to their goal, as the Great Schools, Thriving Communities campaign turned in more than 170,000 signatures … more

Children’s day combines service, good times

Giggles, squeals of delight and the sound of splashing water filled the air during the July 21 Englewood Community Garden and Water Play Day at Colorado’s Finest High School of Choice. “This … more

Work on 63-home Habitat project progresses

The buzz of power saws and the rap-rap-rap of hammers filled the air July 25 as crews continued work on the Sheridan Square Habitat for Humanity project. Robyn Burns, director of Denver Habitat … more

Biogas plan headed for vote on final approval

After nearly two years in the works, the plan to repurpose a byproduct gas from Englewood’s and Littleton’s wastewater-treatment plant to reduce pollution and potentially make millions in profit … more

‘It simply wasn’t my time to die’

Vanessa Ursini knew it wasn’t her time to die. Early on the morning of July 25, she was walking her dog on a loop she was familiar with near the Platte River trail, close to her home in Littleton, … more

'My whole life is underwater'

In a matter of minutes, several neighbors in south Englewood found their floors and basements underwater in a storm that swallowed up belongings, memories and one woman’s life. Hours later, they … more

Englewood floods: ‘I don’t think city was prepared for this’

An overwhelmed Beth Minnick paced around a dirt-covered porch less than a day after a flood turned a south Englewood neighborhood into what residents said resembled a river — water rushing between … 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
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