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Englewood police arrested three people who were not residents when they were found hiding in a residence in the 4200 block of South Acoma Street. The alleged trespassing was reported to police about 11:25 p.m. March 15. Police checked the … more
A man held the woman who allegedly tried to rob him until police arrived. The attempted robbery in a business in the 100 block of West Hampden Avenue was reported to police about 8:10 p.m. March 19. According to the police report, officers found … more
Theresa Kerr finally got to ride a horse. “I wanted go horseback riding when I was a kid, but my parents said it didn't happen because I was a crybaby,” the Englewood resident said. “All these years I still wanted to ride a horse but never … more
Englewood's financial picture looks good, at least right now. That was the message Frank Gryglewicz, finance director, delivered to the Englewood City Council at the March 23 study session. “The good news is the positive economic trend is … more
The Upper Monument Creek (UMC) landscape, which has experienced increasingly severe and costly impacts from wildfire, including the record-setting 2012 Waldo Canyon Fire that burned across the … more
Two tax-filing fraud cases in Franktown reflect an emerging trend that has government revenue departments and law enforcement agencies urging extra caution. On March 13, a man living on Ponderosa Road called the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office … more
April 2 is National PB&J Day, but the Which Wich sandwich shops know the value of a good peanut-butter-and-jelly sandwich year-round — especially when it's going to a person who may not have another meal that day. Project PB&J is an initiative … more
After a year of wrangling with the neighbors, Big Dry Creek Trail users will likely have a new place to rest in the fall. “I think this is a good compromise,” said Sue Rosser, a director on the South Suburban Parks and Recreation District … more
Republican and Democratic lawmakers in the House have found something in common: Many have issues with the Obama administration's new regulations requiring companies that drill for oil and natural gas to disclose chemicals used in hydraulic … more
Colorado is moving to establish another marijuana first: the first government standards for marijuana testing. A bill approved by its first committee in the state Legislature last week would create statewide laboratory standards for the state's … more
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