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Five years ago, Andrea Fuller sat on her kitchen floor, stared at her pantry and started bawling. A mother of two, her income put her just above the limit for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program — once called food stamps — and she … more
Studio 420, a father-and-son-owned shop that offers a marijuana consumption club service in Englewood, faced questions Friday in a hearing to determine whether its business license would be revoked … more
Thomas the Tank Engine is seen as just as much of a rock star among preschoolers as The Beatles among teens in the 1960s, said Donald Tallman, the executive director of the Colorado Railroad Museum. “Thomas is multigenerational,” Tallman … more
A citywide effort to review how rapid gentrification is changing Denver’s public schools — and come up with ideas to combat the most pernicious effects — kicked off in early June. City and school district officials shared the podium at a … more
Littleton's fire department wants to merge its dispatch services with those of South Metro Fire Rescue, a deal officials say would save the city hundreds of thousands of dollars a year. But the city wants to hear from residents first at a June 27 … more
Sienna Johnson, one of two teenage girls accused of making a violent threat against Mountain Vista High School in 2015, will serve five years in Division of Youth Corrections followed by four years … more
Mayor Joe Jefferson took about 40 minutes to report on the past, present and future of the city during the June 1 State of the City address at the Englewood Civic Center. The event, the first in city history, began with about 30 minutes for the … more
The wall in the west paseo echoed with the sounds of music, conversation and aerosol cans spraying paint May 25 and 26 as a half dozen Englewood High School students worked on a mural on the wall of under-construction Zomo restaurant at 3457 S. … more
The city invites residents to help create Englewood’s 2018 budget by taking part in one or more of the four workshops scheduled this month. “Last year we heard from a number of individuals that they didn’t have enough time to really … more
Encouraging participants rather than responding to emergencies will be the reason for flashing emergency lights at Cornerstone Park on June 17 during the start of the 2017 Jeremy Bitner Fallen Officer Fund Run and Walk. The annual event raises … more
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