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The Englewood Parks and Recreation Commission recommended the ban remain in place that prohibits use of any boat on Centennial Lake, including non-motorized boats. Centennial Lake is the body of water that is part of Centennial Park, located … more
Young Bishop Elementary School drummers and dancers displayed their talents for an appreciative audience at a March 20 performance on the Englewood Middle School Auditorium stage. “These students attend a couple of our after-school clubs funded … more
Englewood firefighters will provide a free check to make sure child safety seats are properly installed in vehicles from 8 a.m. until noon, April 12 at the Tejon Fire Station, 3075 S. Tejon St. All inspectors have completed special training to be … more
The Greater Englewood Chamber of Commerce will hold its Second Friday Coffee from 7:30 to 9:30 a.m. April 11 at Java Jam Café, 500 E. Hampden Ave. There is no charge to attend the event. There will be coffee and pastries at this networking … more
Shawn Michaelis, a Colorado's Finest Alternative High School student, received first runner-up honors for his artwork, “Dizzy Getting Busy” that was entered in the First District Congressional Art Contest. U.S. Congresswoman Diana DeGette, … more
John Brackney, president and CEO of the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce, unexpectedly announced his resignation via email to chamber members March 24. “In order for the chamber to take new steps, the time has come for me to pass the … more
Colorado's long-underfunded public school system would receive an additional $300 million in funding and increased per-pupil dollars, under a pair of school finance bills that cleared a House committee on March 19. However, the battle over how … more
The Englewood City Council voted March 17 to approve an amendment to the proposed moratorium on medical marijuana grow and manufacturing facilities in the city for the next six months to include new medical marijuana sales centers. At the March … more
The Englewood City Council's March 17 meeting included a time to honor the 14 young men and women selected as the city's nominees for this year's Arapahoe County Mayors and Commissioners Awards. The city program honors young men and women 13 to … more
U.S. Rep. Mike Coffman visited the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce March 19 and brought with him Rep. Sam Graves, of Missouri, chairman of the House Small Business Committee. The two Republican lawmakers faced a fairly friendly crowd of … more
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