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The Englewood Department of Parks, Rec­re­a­tion and Library will be­gin the process of developing a parks and rec­re­a­tion mas­ter plan and conducting a fea­si­bil­i­ty study of Pi­rates Cove ex­pan­sion by hold­ing an open house … more
Someone wanting to know how much the city manager makes or the police department's annual budget need only visit the Englewood website and go to the new “OpenEnglewood Financial Portal” to locate that and other data about the city's … more
At a March 16 informational meeting about proposed residential construction on the northwest portion of the former General Iron Works property, neighbors asked the developer questions about unit sizes, traffic impact and green space. Aaron Foy, … more
The Englewood City Council voted 4-2 to approve leases for two parcels of city-owned land in Douglas County. The parcels are part of land the city purchased in Douglas County in 1946 when McLellan Reservoir was created. Initially, there was … more
A Thornton man killed in an early morning shooting in Littleton on March 18 has been identified and police are searching for two suspects. Jaime Albert Villareal, 23, was found dead of a gunshot wound in a parking lot at 8122 Southpark Lane at … more
Medical professionals throughout the Denver metro area are fielding an increasing number of questions from those concerned about the spread of the Zika virus. The virus, which the World Health Organization says originated in West Africa, spread … more
The Littleton Police Department is investigating a shooting that left one man dead and another injured this morning. At about 5:30 a.m., police responded to 8122 Southpark Lane, where they found two … more
MillerCoors says it is dedicated to sustainability. Last month, the company officially reached its goal of having all of it's major breweries be landfill-free, including the one in Golden. “As … more
The deep fryers set up at the edge of the parking lot at All Souls Catholic Church, 4951 S. Logan St., were kept busy on March 12 as Knights of Columbus volunteers cooked up two of the key items for the weekly fish fry. “This is the ninth year … more
The questions to the state Legislature candidates covered a wide range of topics, but the focus on relevancy to a younger generation was clear: “How,” Cherry Creek High School junior Sarah Hait wanted to know at the the inaugural Inspire … more
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