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A contract approving the sale of the Englewood Depot to Tom and Patti Parson was approved 4-2 on first reading at the Aug. 5 city council meeting. … more
It wasn’t crowded, but there were a lot of individuals and families coming and going as the Well-fed pantry reopened Aug. 1 in the rear of the … more
Concerns about increased traffic and objections to altering the route of an alley were the most frequently raised issues about a proposed Chick-fil-A … more
Dan McMillan brought his two daughters to the new Modmarket restaurant in Kent Place for breakfast Aug. 1, and the family gave the food and the … more
The city will again be the site of a car show, thanks to the efforts of the Greater Englewood Chamber of Commerce. The show will be held from 8 a.m. … more
Executive Recycling, a company that once had a location in Englewood, and its president Brandon Richter of Highlands Ranch were sentenced July 23 for … more
Bob Moore, a former Littleton businessman, headed the Casa Unida Foundation group of about 30 volunteers who recently traveled to a rural mountain … more
A group of Englewood resident picked up petitions to collect signatures required to place two issues on the November ballot. Lou Ellis, Englewood … more
The Englewood City Council gave consensus approval at the July 8 study session to replace two boilers and the lift at the Englewood Recreation … more
Plans are in the works for 2013 National Night Out activities and events scheduled on Aug. 6 in neighborhoods around Englewood. This is the 29th year … more
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