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Christmas 2015 is history and, as families remove and store all the lights and ornaments, the city offers the opportunity to recycle the tree instead of simply trashing it. The city has been recycling Christmas trees for many years. As in the … more
The Grinch's efforts to ruin Christmas for the Osberg family was scuttled thanks to members of the Englewood Police Department. On Dec. 18, Englewood residents Chad and Beth Osberg found their home had been burglarized and thieves made off with … more
Tidy as it is to wrap 2015 up with a bow, the issues and emotions of the year’s top stories weren’t born on Jan. 1, nor were they set to expire Dec. 31. Consider how an Arapahoe High School student’s murder in 2013 brought about change in … more
Phase one of the RiverRun project is underway and the Arapahoe County Open Space Fund has awarded Englewood $500,000 to fund the project's second phase. The River Run project is designed to revitalize about seven miles of the South Platte River … more
Many Englewood residents — feeling the holiday spirit — have hung colored lights and glittering ornaments and installed inflatable snowmen and other characters on lawns for the holidays. For many years, the city has encouraged residents and … more
The Englewood City Council will hold a public hearing on the Foundry Apartments site development plan on Jan. 4, which will provide an opportunity for residents and business owners to comment on the proposal. The plan is to build an apartment … more
Englewood City Manager Eric Keck and Mayor Joe Jefferson expect extensive discussions over the future of the safety services building and the civic center as the new year gets underway. All parties agree Englewood's safety services building … more
Patrick Kaplan, 10, of Centennial, walked out of his house on a wintry, mid-December day to find a Labrador retriever in his yard. The dog, named Bindy, would help Patrick cope with his longtime illness called cyclic vomiting syndrome, or … more
Last June, Janna Hoehn reached out to Colorado Community Media for help with a huge project, and readers stepped up in a big way. “The response has been amazing,” she said. “…Our heroes' stories and sacrifice will never be … more
Lance Wright is a meticulous planner: He has a line ready for when his hands shake during work presentations, and for his life's final days, an audacious plan to let people with incurable illnesses choose when they die. The 63-year-old energy … more
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