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After months of city council consideration of the issue of sex offender residency restrictions, Englewood still has such restrictions, but the council relaxed the restrictions and included an amendment allowing offenders currently living in the city … more
Local election officials are reporting that a federal commission’s request for personal voter information has spurred more than 3,000 Colorado voters, more than 2,000 of those in the Denver metro area alone, to withdraw their voter registration … more
In a sea of rising rent and housing prices across the metro area, Englewood residents may soon catch hold of a lifeline. Accessory dwelling units — small residential spaces located behind a house or atop a garage — could make their way into … more
What is your impression of the ‘Cardboard Cory’ tour and the individuals involved? I shared a friendly moment with one of these individuals that attended my Durango town hall last week (Aug. 4). I always encourage people to be active in their … more
U.S. Sen. Cory Gardner made an appearance during the recent Douglas County Fair and Rodeo — sort of. On the fair’s closing day on Aug. 6, Castle Rock became the latest of many pit stops made by a cardboard cutout version of the … more
The May 22 event honoring Doug Cohn as Englewood Citizen of the Year, held at the Malley Senior Recreation Center, included speeches, a plaque presentation, gifts of two pairs of suspenders plus the awarding of a wooden crown. Near the end of the … more
A construction defects reform bill that lawmakers had high hopes for is likely headed for defeat in the state House of Representatives after being assigned to the State, Veterans and Military Affairs Committee on March 14. Senate Bill 156, … more
The crowd and balloons caused many drivers to slow down to check out what was going on May 4 during the ribbon-cutting ceremonies at the new Rite Aid location at U.S. Highway 285 and South Clarkson Street. The ribbon cutting was a big event for … more
In the middle of the night, Cheryl Matthews, a Larkspur resident, woke up to the sound of her dogs “barking like crazy.” While expecting to see a raccoon, she looked outside and saw a black bear tearing down her bird feeders and proceeding to do … more
All day on July 4, long lines of vehicles and people moved into Cornerstone and Belleview parks to claim a spot for the activities as well as a good view of the fireworks. “This is our third year here at this park,” Josh Kennedy said as he … more
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