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Columbine survivor: 'Not a single one of us walked out the same'

Twenty years. Twenty years since the day hell opened beneath Columbine High School. Since students streamed out of the south Jefferson County school, their hands over their heads, fleeing two … more

Details emerge on some questions about Englewood Environmental Foundation

Amid months of scrutiny over accusations of financial improprieties in a nonprofit body run by City of Englewood officials, some questions have seen more sunshine, and some remain unclear. The … more

Englewood City Council moves to audit EEF, but scope is undecided

About a month into the Englewood City Council's process of publicly grappling with accusations of financial improprieties in a nonprofit body run by city officials, the city is moving toward … more

Some claim 'taxpayer money not accounted for' in EEF

An Englewood resident stood at the lectern and delivered an address that won applause from some in the audience, asking the question: “Millions of dollars of taxpayer money are not accounted for. … more

Englewood City Council debates path amid claims about EEF corruption

Months of scrutiny over claims of various kinds of financial malfeasance in the City of Englewood — over a nonprofit body that's private but run by city officials — have come to a head, with city … more

Colorado voter guide: Get to know the 2018 state ballot measures

Colorado voters will decide on 13 state-level measures, addressing big issues like education and road funding, oil and gas setbacks, and congressional redistricting. The measures are of three types: … more

Claims fly during Englewood recall election

Englewood doesn't spare any punches. That much has become clear in the lead-up to the Sept. 18 election to decide whether to remove Englewood City Councilmember Laurett Barrentine from office, an … more

Police integrate mental health component into work with homeless

On a late spring day in June, Englewood police Sgt. Reid McGrath described a call about a woman who said she was hearing voices — a scenario he said is not unusual for police interactions with … more

For homeless people, the streets, and the laws, are often gray areas

To Englewood police Sgt. Tracy Jones, the homeless situation on the city’s central streets is a row of stops — the light-rail station, the library, the Englewood Trolley bus route, the Walmart, … more

5 things to know about CityCenter foreclosure

It's hard to miss the CityCenter Englewood development — it takes up most of the right-hand view on a drive from South Broadway to the west on U.S. Highway 285. Behind the scenes, that landscape … more

‘In general, things in life happen’

The loss of an apartment and a blow to the knee took a former boxer from federally subsidized housing in Englewood to living in a tent on the South Platte River. “I’ve been stuck at a … more

Homelessness in Englewood: No place to call home

During a cleanup along the South Platte River in January, Englewood police counted 21 campsites with about 30 people living on its east banks. Some 25 truckloads of trash, human waste, syringes and … more

Long road to change ends in hope

At one point, Adam Becker was leaving his belongings under a large rock in the woods in Estes Park, walking to work, washing up in the bathroom, walking into the kitchen to wash dishes and never … more

‘It’s dirty. It’s messy — it’s hands-on’

The Englewood Civic Center community room found itself packed to the brim when about 150 community members came to the first public forum by Change the Trend Network, a coalition of nonprofits, … more

To get a job, you need ID and an address

One of the keys to escaping homelessness — getting a job — isn’t as easy as it might sound, said Adam Becker, a 33-year-old formerly homeless Denver resident. As he discovered, the steps to … more

‘The homeless person ... on the street is a person just like you’

The hotels and motels along West Colfax Avenue have never been just a place to stop during the night for travelers. They also — for years — have served as temporary roofs for homeless people who can afford staying a night or two. Wheat Ridge … more

Keeping eyes, and minds, on the road

Nicolle Dowling of Centennial knows her distracted driving is a problem. “I’m aware of it, but I need to do a better job of not doing it,” Dowling said. “Having the phone in my hand, whether it be for texting, talking, using navigation … more

Proposal to sell Englewood City Hall debated

The Englewood City Council could decide to explore the possibility of selling the building that houses city hall. But members of council say it is far from a done deal. Council engaged in a lengthy review of the issue during a Jan. 28 study … more

Future of Englewood facilities explored

Englewood City Manager Eric Keck and Mayor Joe Jefferson expect extensive discussions over the future of the safety services building and the civic center as the new year gets underway. All parties agree Englewood's safety services building … more

Chinese New Year celebration

A photo gallery of the Chinese New Year celebrated at Englewood's Twin Dragon. more
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