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Codell Loats was sentenced to 40 years in prison for the attempted murder and assault of his parents. The jury found Loats guilty in September of this year, and on Nov. 25, 18 Judicial District Judge Elizabeth Weishaupl sentenced the 29-year-old … more
An Englewood tradition for the holidays is having breakfast with Santa. This year's event will be Dec. 13 at the Malley Senior Recreation Center, 3380 S. Lincoln St. Breakfast with Santa is very popular and, in order to prevent long lines, … more
Chilly weather didn't stop a surprisingly large crowd from gathering outside the Englewood Civic Center on Nov. 24 for the city's annual tree-lighting ceremony. “It is cold, but we bundled up because watching the lighting of the tree has become … more
Jessica Luem's face reflected emotions of surprise and joy Nov. 26 when Mary White presented her a $10,000 check from Swedish Medical Center in support of the Well-fed program. Luem and Kerri Steward co-founded Well-fed five years ago to help … more
Students and schools are selling tickets for Englewood Community Night at the Denver Nuggets for the Dec. 20 game against the Indiana Pacers. A portion of the price of each ticket sold will be donated to Englewood Schools. The process is to go to … more
Englewood's Craig Hospital was announced as a winner of the 2014 National Database of Nursing Quality Indicators Award for Outstanding Nursing quality. The award is presented annually to the top performing rehabilitation hospital achieving top … more
The Colorado Chapter of the American Public Works Association honored three Arapahoe County Public Works and Development employees and one project. The chapter honored Jim Katzer, Infrastructure Manager, as the Professional Manager of the Year … more
The Regional Transportation District will host a public meeting Dec. 11 in Littleton to gather input on proposed changes to its current fare structure. The meeting is at 6 p.m. at Bemis Library, 6014 S. Datura St. RTD and consultant CH2M HILL are … more
This Thanksgiving feast was for the dogs and cats. Volunteers gathered on Nov. 27 and dished up turkey, mashed potatoes and other goodies for the animals at the Humane Society of South Platte Valley. “This is the fifth year we have done the … more
Volunteers transformed a portion of an Englewood motel parking lot into a canvas shelter for a free Thanksgiving dinner for about 150 people. “This is the second year we have served a Thanksgiving meal to people who won't have one otherwise,” … more
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