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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
Whether it is a gift from a loved one or an item received from online Christmas shopping, the holiday season means an increase in receiving packages. And shipping companies leave thousands of unprotected packages on home doorsteps in your city every … more
Integrated Family Community Services enlisted the help of a small army of volunteers Nov. 19 to distribute boxes containing all the fixings for a Thanksgiving dinner to about 500 needy families and seniors. “This event has been held for at … more
About 45 people came out in snowy weather to attend a Nov. 17 meeting in Englewood, where Michael Warren of Metropolitan Residential Advisors unveiled a proposal for a multi-use condominium complex at 1300 W. Quincy Ave. The proposal calls for … more
Englewood Municipal Judge Vincent Atencio will hang up his robe at the end of his term on the bench, which expires next November. Atencio announced his decision during the Nov. 17 Englewood City Council meeting. “I have been Englewood's … more
On Nov. 21, the Englewood City Council voted 5-2 to reschedule the planned Nov. 28 discussion of the city's sex-offender residency restriction until Dec. 12. Mayor Joe Jefferson, Mayor Pro Tem Rick Gillit and Councilmembers Linda Olson, Steve … more
Construction work makes it necessary to close the block-long section of Englewood Parkway between Broadway and Acoma Street from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Nov. 19 and Nov. 20. The closure is needed for the … more
Traditionally, Thanksgiving kicks off the holiday season, and for some people it also means the beginning of untangling the strings of lights and dusting off the lawn displays used to decorate the house or business. This is the 29th year the Keep … more
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