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On May 29, Memorial Day ceremonies were held in the area to honor the more than one million men and women who died serving their country. The events included speeches, 21-gun salutes and the playing … 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
An event planned for June 1 will write a new page in city history with Englewood's first State of the City event. The event, titled “Art of Community — 2017 State of the City," will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. June 1 on the second floor of … more
The May 11 ceremony at Charles Hay World School sort of followed tradition as students joined adults making speeches and using shovels to symbolically break ground for the construction of the new school that will be built adjacent to the current … more
Plans call for speeches, music, dancing and cake during the May 22 ceremonies honoring Douglas Cohn as Englewood 2017 Citizen of the Year. The event will be held at 6 p.m. at the Malley Senior Recreation Center, 3380 S. Lincoln St., and the … more
The Englewood Campus — home of Englewood High School — at 3800 S. Logan St. will host a number of activities honoring veterans on May 28. This is the third year for the Englewood ceremony, scheduled for the day before Memorial Day, and … more
Congresswoman Diana DeGette, D-Denver, met with Englewood city officials on May 9 and some of the issues discussed included possible removal of tax exempt status from municipal bonds, tax reform and health care. DeGette represents Colorado's … more
Classes continued while volunteers transformed walls and tables into a gallery for more than 3,000 works during the April 24-28 celebration of Arts Alive Week at Englewood’s Clayton Elementary School. “We have been doing Arts Alive Week for … more
Soon after Memorial Day, crews hired by Englewood's concrete utility will begin work to remove and replace selected sections of privately owned and city-owned concrete that has deteriorated. The concrete utility allows private property owners to … more
The start of construction remains several weeks away, but those attending an April 20 town hall meeting got tours of the new Clayton Elementary School and the Charles Hay World School by means of virtual reality. Michelle Albert of project … more
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