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A lengthy Dec. 5 discussion regarding Englewood city charter requirements when changes are made to the proposed comprehensive plan culminated in a 4-2 vote to have the planning and zoning commission again review the document. By definition, a … more
Drivers using five bridges in Englewood should expect delays soon as work begins around the city. The city council approved a contract for $196,400 for the firm ABCO Contracting to do work on the Broadway bridges over Big Dry Creek and Little Dry … more
Music of the season filled the air Dec. 3 during Englewood’s holiday celebration. The band marching in the parade played holiday tunes, young voices of elementary school students blended in singing seasonal favorites and there were recorded … more
On the advice of acting City Attorney Dugan Comer, the Englewood City Council voted 5-2 on Nov. 21 to delay the discussion of the city's sex offender residency restriction, which had been planned for Nov. 28, until the Dec. 12 study … more
Two teens accused of first-degree murder after an Oct. 1 slaying in Englewood are set to be in court Feb. 22 for a proof of evidence pretrial hearing. The decision was made on Nov. 28 by Arapahoe County District Court Judge F. Stephen Collins, … more
In late November, the Colorado Department of Education notified the planned charter school in Englewood, TriCity Academy, that it had received a $196,500 start-up grant. “We are very excited to receive this grant. It will help us move forward … more
Dave Baugh first ate bugs while serving in Southeast Asia in the Marine Corps. “The first time, it was kind of weird,” he admits. “And then, the more places we went to, we ate different kinds of bugs.” For many people, that experience … more
At a celebration of life gathering for Jennifer Laber and her two sons, Adam and Ethan, each guest received a small, blue stone. Adam and Ethan's favorite activity was treasure hunting, said the … more
He was a man of high integrity. He had a booming voice, a strong presence and exuded joy. He was an entertainer, intentionally or not. That's what the loved ones of Colorado State Patrol … more
Winter weather made its debut in recent weeks — better late than never — temporarily causing slick roads and blurred visibility. As the season enters full swing, travel experts advise motorists to drive with caution and adjust their vehicles … more
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