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Witnesses reported a hit-and-run accident to Englewood police that happened in the 100 block of Englewood Parkway about 5:10 p.m. June 15. Officers investigated and were able to locate the vehicle involved in the accident in the 3200 block of South … more
Englewood police officers' investigation of a report of a man making threatening statements resulted in the arrest of a 43-year-old man. Police went to the 400 block of West Quincy Avenue about 7:15 p.m. June 10 to check on the report. The … more
Investigation of a report of a suspicious man resulted in the discovery that a number of felony warrants had been issued for the 37-year-old suspect. Police received the call about 11:30 a.m. June 13 and went to the 4300 block of South Elati … more
The body of a Parker man, who had been missing for a day, was found June 17 in Englewood. Parker police had been searching for Tylor Sidener since the afternoon of June 16, when police said he didn't to return to work after a lunch date with a … more
Two separate efforts are underway to place a total of four marijuana-related ballot questions in the hands of Englewood voters. There have been two separate notices of intent filed with the city clerk as the initial step necessary to put the … more
The Englewood School Board's tentative June 28 agenda includes a report to the board on possible options to remodel or rebuild the district's four elementary schools and the Early Childhood Education Center. The meeting will be held at 6 p.m. at the … more
Two Englewood residents have jointly filed written notice of their intention to collect sufficient signatures to place two marijuana-related ballot issues on the November ballot. Donna Macdonald and Peggy Bogaard-Lapp submitted the notice to the … more
Voters could be the ones who decide whether or not retail recreational marijuana sales will be permitted in Englewood. The ballot issue will be discussed as part of the June 20 city council study session. “We will try to hash out the wording … more
Spectators lined the sidewalk to watch the Fire Truck Muster Parade that rolled down Main Street in Littleton with red lights flashing and sirens wailing. The Littleton Fire Department's 1914 truck led the June 11 parade of antique and … more
As 90-degree heat dissipated, thousands converged on downtown Littleton for the Main Street Block Party. The event saw record attendance in its 10 year, according to Greg Reinke, president of the Historic Downtown Littleton Merchant's … more
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