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It's been almost a month since Hurricane Matthew struck the southeastern coastline of the United States, killing 43 people in Florida, Georgia, the Carolinas and Virginia. Recovery efforts in the region are largely completed, and already national … more
With the help of a $1 million Great Outdoors Colorado grant, South Suburban Parks and Recreation District will extend the east bank segment of the Mary Carter Greenway Trail north to River Run Park. The east bank of the trail currently ends south … more
Oct. 24 was a very different day for Englewood resident Maggie Kane because, instead of being in a classroom preparing to teach science to students, she was almost 9,000 miles away boarding a DC-8 as a member of a team of 45 scientists and crew … more
Almost 100 residents have received assistance from the Energy Efficient Englewood Project since the program began in 2010. “The EEE provides funds to help low- and moderate-income homeowners make their homes more energy-efficient,” said … more
The Nov. 11 Veterans Day Ceremonies traditionally held at Fort Logan National Cemetery will be held at Verle Huffman Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9644 located at 2680 W. Hampden Ave. in Englewood. The move was made because of construction at Fort … more
More than a half dozen vehicles waited their turn to check in and drop off their loads Oct. 30 as volunteers helped residents of Englewood and Littleton unload tires, dump leaves, or both, to be recycled during the annual Leaf and Tire … more
Frank Atwood is running for president, but he doesn’t want your vote. It says so right on the website of the Approval Voting Party, for which he is the nominee. The Littleton activist isn’t even voting for himself. “I will most likely be … more
Laurie Bendell attended the recent debate at a Littleton Church over Amendment 69, hoping to learn more about the citizen initiative that would amend the state Constitution to establish a universal health care system called ColoradoCare. She has … more
Englewood doesn't have an approved budget or spending authorization for 2017, even though the city council voted 3-2 to approve the five budget and funding-related ordinances on second reading at its Oct. 17 meeting. Plans call for a re-do, with … more
Witches, princesses, super heroes, zombies and other creatures made their way into the building and took part in the Oct. 22 Englewood Halloween Carnival at the recreation center. The carnivalgoers were lined up and down the walk leading to the … more
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