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Englewood City Council is scheduled to meet Feb. 3 to finalize how to distribute funds that remain after the dissolution of the Broadway Business Improvement District. The council discussed the issue at the Jan. 21 study session. The consensus … more
Three Englewood men, Michael Trickel, Anthony Meany and Chad Delgadillo, appeared in Arapahoe County District Court Jan. 24 to be advised of the charges they are facing as suspects in the Jan. 12 vandalism at Englewood High School. The men are … more
Englewood City Council's Feb. 3 agenda includes a public hearing on proposed changes to the regulations governing home occupations. On Jan. 21, the council approved the amendments on first reading and set the Feb. 3 public hearing to provide … more
The Dream Chaser 4, a rainbow-colored Learjet 35, departed Centennial Airport on Jan. 20 for a weeklong tour as part of a special project led by International Jet Aviation Services to benefit children of Make-A-Wish Colorado, as well as other … more
The Arapahoe County Board of Commissioners on Jan.28 unanimously appointed Undersheriff David C. Walcher to replace Sheriff Grayson Robinson effective Feb.1, praising his leadership, confidence and … more
After more than four decades of public service, Arapahoe County Sheriff Grayson Robinson will take off his uniform for the last time on Jan. 31. A retirement ceremony for the popular sheriff will be held at the Arapahoe County Justice Center on … more
Could it have been predicted? It's a question many people ask after a tragedy like the recent murder at Arapahoe High School that ended with the gunman taking his own life, and it's a tough one for even mental-health professionals to … more
With two major projects drawing to a close, South Metro Housing Options Executive Director Dan Burnham has decided it's time to call it a day, announcing he'll retire as of May 15. “We've got a really, really strong staff right now, and the … more
A squirrel took a long, unexpected crosstown ride but now roams free thanks to the efforts of Englewood police officers and firefighters. The squirrel apparently climbed under a fender of a car … more
A chilling irony occurred during a Jan. 23 legislative committee hearing on a school-safety hotline bill. At the same time that lawmakers were hearing testimony, Jefferson County Public Schools was sending out alerts that a lockout involving some … more
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