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National Night Out aims for camaraderie

Activities varied from a few residents gathering in a one house to much larger events during the Aug. 7 National Night Out celebrations in Englewood. In keeping with the night against crime theme, … more

Western Welcome Week events offer a reel good time

The annual fishing derby, a car show and a long list of activities for kids headlined the events Aug. 11 and 12 that helped kick off 2018's Western Welcome Week activities in Littleton. Activities … more

Children’s day combines service, good times

Giggles, squeals of delight and the sound of splashing water filled the air during the July 21 Englewood Community Garden and Water Play Day at Colorado’s Finest High School of Choice. “This … more

Work on 63-home Habitat project progresses

The buzz of power saws and the rap-rap-rap of hammers filled the air July 25 as crews continued work on the Sheridan Square Habitat for Humanity project. Robyn Burns, director of Denver Habitat … more

Mile High Nationals a showcase for speed

Powerful engines will emit deep-throated growls and shake the ground July 20-22 when the Mile High National Drag Races take center stage at Bandimere Speedway in Morrison. Although time trials and … more

Young drivers put pedal to the metal

The pop-pop-pop of the one-cylinder engines filled the air as young drivers waited to be called to the starting line during the June 23 Junior Dragster Division Championships at Bandimere Speedway in … more

Sweet treats boost fun of painting class at Malley

There were wrapped miniature candy bars available on a table, but the focus of class members was on following the instructor's directions to mix just the right colors during the June 20 Canvas and … more

Hali Sibilia named girls lacrosse player of year

Hali Sibilia said that while she also plays field hockey, girls lacrosse is her favorite sport. The senior was one of the top lacrosse players in the state and a team leader for the Cherry Creek … more

Green Beret from Highlands Ranch who was killed in 2005 honored in Englewood ceremony

Those who attended the May 27 Englewood Veterans Memorial Tribute sat or stood in silence as members of the Colorado Army National Guard folded an American flag and presented it to the father of … more

A fond farewell at Cherrelyn Elementary

In keeping with theme “Aloha to Cherrelyn Elementary School,” visitors were greeted with leis, bright-colored attire and decorations on May 18 at a farewell gathering for the Englewood school … more

Spring Fling is last at current Bishop Elementary

A number of new activities including a dunk tank, ice vendor and free hot dogs took over the east playground at Englewood's Bishop Elementary School during the Spring Fling on May 21. “The Spring … more

Tribute, ceremonies among metro-area Memorial Day events

Memorial Day will be observed with a tribute to fallen veterans at Fisher Auditorium on the Englewood High School campus on May 27 and with ceremonies May 28 in Littleton and Fort Logan National … more

High school drag races keep things moving

High school students are encouraged to “push the pedal to the metal” as they push their vehicles to the limits during the competition at the May 28 All American High School Drag Races at … more

Brewers mark their day doing what they do best

The Broadway Brew Supply parking lot was lined with individuals brewing their own favorite recipe on May 5 as they joined in the celebration of National Brew Day. “It has been a busy day so far,” … more

Residents safely dispose of drugs in Englewood

People walked up or drove up to a red tent at the King Soopers at Federal Boulevard and Belleview Avenue on April 28, where they dropped off prescription medication for safe disposal at a drug … more

Pirates wrap up season

The very young Englewood High School track team closed out the regular season with solid performances at the May 5 Colorado 7 League Meet. The Pirates girls scored 27 points and finished sixth in … more

Pirates baseball team has eye on long term

Coach Kyle Brink said the Englewood High School baseball team is very young — a work in progress, with players learning as they go. “We are working on providing the coaching these guys need, and … more

Pirates tennis team seeing net gains

Englewood's girls tennis team is basically young this season, with tennis competition veterans at the three singles spots and newcomers to the sport making up the doubles teams. “We are solid at … more

Boys volleyball seeks CHSAA sanction

For more than 20 years there have been league competitions, tournaments and a state boys volleyball champion crowned, despite the fact the sport isn't sanctioned by the Colorado High School … more

Food bank helps residents get by

Twice a week, volunteers gather to transform the basement of Englewood Bible Church at 3190 S. Grant St. into the Cornerstone Food Bank. Men and women set up about two dozen tables that seem to groan … more
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