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Englewood police were able to catch and arrest one of three men suspected of breaking into a car. A resident called police about 8 a.m. on Sept. 4 to report three men had broken into his car in the 3700 block of South Logan Street. According … more
Englewood police went to the 1800 block of East Girard Avenue about 2:40 a.m. Sept. 8 to investigate a report of men using a flashlight to look into cars in a parking lot. Two suspects were not captured, but officers caught a 22-year-old man who … more
Work challenges that varied from clearing away brush and taking down a dead tree to building a new set of stairs faced teams of residents who signed up to spend the Sept. 10 day of service helping fellow Englewood residents. Englewood joined … more
Volunteers from the Keep Englewood Beautiful Commission will check people in during the Sept. 17 final session of the Household Hazardous Materials Roundup at the Englewood ServiCenter, 2800 S. Platte River Drive. The first session was held Sept. … more
Dogs of every breed, color and size became honored guests at the Sept. 10 Doggie Plunge at Pirates Cove Family Aquatics Center. Each year, after the pool is closed to the public for the season, Englewood cooperates with Freedom Service Dogs by … more
Pirates Cove Family Aquatics Park could undergo changes under the proposals included as part of the new Englewood Parks and Recreation Master Plan being developed by the city and its consultants. Dorothy Hargrove told the city council at the … more
This year, under a cloudy sky, the Denver metro area's first responders again paid tribute to the memory of those who died, and those who risked their lives in the Sept. 11 terror attacks on New York … more
Corbett and Grace Lunsford live in a tiny house on wheels. The 210-square-foot humble abode is equipped with a mini-kitchen, dining area, master bed, nursery for their baby and a bathroom. From the outside, it resembles a blue rectangular box. … more
Eight residents spoke to the Englewood City Council Sept. 6 and expressed their continuing concerns about potential health hazards from the residual material called sludge at the Allen Water Treatment Plant. At the same meeting, City Manager Eric … more
The fate of recreational marijuana sales rests in the hands of Englewood voters now that the city council approved placing four retail marijuana-related questions on the November ballot. The council also placed a fifth question on the November … more
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