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A report that came into Englewood police dispatch about 4:30 p.m. Aug. 2 of an unwanted man in the 4000 block of South Washington Street led to the arrest of a 24-year-old when it was found he had counterfeit money as well as printing and copying … more
The Aug. 2 National Night Out activities in Englewood took a variety of forms, varying from neighbors gathering on a patio to residents of several blocks getting together. Englewood encourages residents to hold neighborhood events on National … more
A judge found probable cause for a Centennial man to stand trial for allegedly killing his neighbor and shooting two other people, including his own wife, as well as shooting at other neighbors and two police officers in April. Kevin Lyons, 46, … more
U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman, R-Aurora, has become the first House Republican to expressly distance himself from Donald Trump in a campaign ad. Coffman — who is seeking a fifth term representing the 6th Congressional District — faces a competitive … more
The Englewood School Board unanimously approved measures Aug. 2 to ask voters to approve the sale of $97.5 million in bonds for building construction and a 3.26 mill levy increase to add $1.5 million to the district's annual operating … more
Englewood City Council approved a resolution Aug. 1 to hire Allison McKenney Brown as city attorney. The resolution was approved 5-2 with council members Laurette Barrentine and Rita Russell voting against approval. Although both said Brown was a … more
Acting on indications of strong support reflected in a citizen opinion poll, the Englewood City Council asked staff members to prepare an ordinance to place on the November ballot a $27 million bond issue to build a new police … more
A suspect has been arrested in a pair of daytime Littleton carjackings over the weekend. Tremaine Speer, 32, of Aurora, was arrested late Tuesday night in Denver, according to Littleton Police Chief Doug Stephens. The first incident occurred … more
Englewood's drinking water plant is at the heart of two starkly different stories. According to lead plant operator Ken Kloewer, improperly stored piles of radioactive sediment at the plant are the source of his cancer. City officials, however, … more
Colorado Community Media runs this feature the first week of each month. To send news about a business opening or a business person's special achievement, go to toprlink.coloradocommunitymedia.com, … more
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