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Plywood panels covered shattered glass front doors at businesses in Englewood and Sheridan following what police are calling smash-and-grab burglaries. Over the weekend, burglars hit nine stores along Broadway in Englewood and two at the River … more
The final chapter in the history of an Englewood business is being written as Svigel Auto Parts prepares to close its doors for the final time. The family operated firm has done business since 1959, but the roots of the company date back to the … more
The Broadway Assistance Center spent 40 years serving the homeless in downtown Denver, but in September 2014, its leaders realized it might be able to do more good farther south. “In Denver, there is a great amount of need, but a lot more … more
The InSight launch to Mars that was supposed to happen in March hit a snag, and the spacecraft is now on its way back Lockheed Martin's Waterton Canyon campus. “We push the boundaries of space technology with our missions to enable science, but … more
The Englewood Special Weapons and Tactics Team worked with K-9 units from the Greenwood Village Police Department to arrest a suspect who refused to come out of a house in the 4200 block of South Galapago Street. The situation reportedly began … more
Although the newest restaurant on Littleton Boulevard is named for a tasty and traditional Hanukkah treat, Latke Love is a far cry from kosher. “A lot of people aren't really sure exactly what we do, but once they've tried us, they're … more
Breckenridge Brewery is being sold to Anheuser-Busch, but Breck's founders want folks in Littleton to know that they're not deserting the city so soon after celebrating its grand opening last summer. “Of course, the same great team who helped … more
Christmas 2015 is history and, as families remove and store all the lights and ornaments, the city offers the opportunity to recycle the tree instead of simply trashing it. The city has been recycling Christmas trees for many years. As in the … more
The Grinch's efforts to ruin Christmas for the Osberg family was scuttled thanks to members of the Englewood Police Department. On Dec. 18, Englewood residents Chad and Beth Osberg found their home had been burglarized and thieves made off with … more
Tidy as it is to wrap 2015 up with a bow, the issues and emotions of the year’s top stories weren’t born on Jan. 1, nor were they set to expire Dec. 31. Consider how an Arapahoe High School student’s murder in 2013 brought about change in … more
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