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The community is invited to help dedicate Riverside Downs, the city's newest park, on Sept. 24. The park lies along the Mary Carter Greenway between Riverside Downs shopping complex and the South Platte River, just west of the Belleview … more
Imagine you’ve just survived a nightmare and need medical treatment, but when you show up in the emergency room, you’re turned away. It can happen to rape victims if they go to a hospital that doesn’t have doctors certified to collect … more
Maryalyce Allery is happiest hanging out at Doxie Ranch with her four kids — Minnie, Lily, Brenna and Abby — plus her foster babies, Louie and Mindie, and foster chiweenie, Delila. Wait. What’s a chiweenie? Delila is a Chihuahua/dachshund … more
Nancy Feldman spent nearly 40 years helping people through the most terrible times in their lives. “One of the nice things about starting in 1975, before there was victim assistance, is having the opportunity to see it develop into a field,” … more
Following a recent threat against Aurora and Denver police from an anonymous caller, law enforcement agencies in the south metro area were asked how they handle such situations. The caller threatened to shoot police who were alone. A few hours … more
A few Englewood residents became part of the teams of volunteers from Kaiser Permanente and Xcel Energy working on a trio of projects as part of the 9/11 Day of Service program. There were volunteers helping clean up the kennels at Freedom … more
Voters living in the Englewood School District will be asked to elect three people to positions on the board of education. Voters will choose from among the three names on the ballot and one resident running as a write-in candidate. Three … more
The status of things in federal government and how they impact Englewood were among subjects discussed Sept. 4 when city officials met with Congresswoman Diana DeGette, D-Denver, who meets regularly with officials of cities within her 1st … more
Area mayors are stepping up to help Colorado residents who are struggling to find a place to call home. On Aug. 5, the Metro Mayors Caucus launched the Landlord Incentive Program, “in recognition of the regional nature of the challenge of … more
Millennials flocking to Colorado for jobs and new, more liberal social policies. Baby boomers retiring in droves, looking to downsize. Those are just a couple of reasons there are long lines of prospective tenants at apartment leasing offices, … more
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