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Historic depot memorialized in painting by noted artist

Castle Rock’s museum is housed in the 1875 Denver and Rio Grande Depot, built with rhyolite from the local quarry. It partnered with the Castle Rock Historic Preservation Board and the Public Art … more

Trauma survivors reunite with medical staff

Englewood resident Lee Brooke was on a hunting trip in Wyoming in 2016 when a bear attacked him and — after a brutal fight — left him with a broken shoulder, a crushed arm, five holes in his leg … more

Bill Clayton honored as Citizen of the Year

Two people had a profound impact on Englewood citizen Bill Clayton in his life. The first was his father, who moved to Denver in 1946 once he left the Air Force. He didn't have any money, or a place … more

Penn closes the door as Englewood Chamber of Commerce director

The Greater Englewood Chamber of Commerce grew more involved as the city’s economy began to march back from the recession, said Randy Penn, the chamber’s former executive director who stepped … more

Autistic person found after going missing in Englewood

An autistic teen went missing in Englewood April 29 and does not have her medication, according to information confirmed by police. Trinity Ann Pauley, 17, went missing from a friend's home but … more

‘If I could do it, anyone could do it’

Robert Balukas was the man you’d see lying on a piece of cardboard on a sidewalk in downtown Denver and panhandling near the Englewood-Littleton border. “I was stuck,” said Balukas, 55, who … more

Outdoor sculptures come with audio tour

The Museum of Outdoor Arts’ “Sculpture on the Green II,” consisting of works by Colorado sculptor Robert Mangold, are placed around Fiddler’s Green Circle (in Greenwood Village east of … more

Englewood school district: 'There's always more we can do'

At the time, everyone was on edge and trying to figure out how to keep kids safe after the Columbine shooting, said Mandy Braun, director of safety and security for Englewood Schools. “Back then, … more

PHOTOS: Officers, city celebrate new Englewood police headquarters

One of the flashiest buildings in Englewood isn't residential — it's the new Englewood Police Department headquarters. “This is a 113-year-old police department getting a 21st-century … more

DA dismisses Barrentine harassment, disorderly conduct case

Charges that Englewood City Councilmember Laurett Barrentine harassed the city clerk and caused a disturbance after a council meeting in August have been dismissed, according to a letter from the … more

Englewood library hosts homelessness conversations

People often look at those experiencing homelessness “like we're nothing,” Amber Priest said in a small room where a box of doughnuts and a willing ear welcomed the homeless community. Every … more

Dogged pursuit of fun

It was a long winter, but as the last mountains of snow melted away in parking lots, local dog parks filled back up with rowdy pups. About a dozen dogs cavorted in Englewood's Canine Corral on March … more

My Name Is ... Leo Ortiz

A different time I was born in Englewood in 1948. We lived on the 4700 block of Bannock. Englewood used to roll the streets up at night. It was a great place to grow up. The police were totally … more

Suspect taken into custody at Englewood bank

Englewood police took a suspect into custody at a bank at South Broadway and West Quincy Avenue in the afternoon March 28, according to a spokesman. Police contacted the suspect at Bank of the … more

DeGette talks flight paths, homelessness with Englewood City Council

Englewood reached out for a federal helping hand on its ongoing homelessness issue and on a plan that may reroute more air traffic over the city when U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette came to town. “We and … more

Q&A with Bill Clayton, Englewood Citizen of the Year

Know anyone who has been an Englewood city councilmember, neighborhood watch captain, volunteer elementary-school reading coach, leader of a low-income assistance nonprofit and chamber of commerce … more

Mid-legislative session Q&A: Meg Froelich

Meg Froelich, a former Greenwood Village city councilmember, succeeded state Rep. Jeff Bridges in state House District 3 after winning a vacancy vote among Arapahoe County Democratic Party activists … more

Learn about Loretto Heights’ history at presentation

“Loretto Heights — A Synopsis of Historical and Architectural Significance” will be Martha Kirkpatrick’s topic when she speaks twice on March 25 for the Englewood Historic Preservation … more

Englewood's Barnhouse Tap bar aims to 'redefine Broadway'

Picture a lower South Broadway in Englewood where pedestrians leisurely walk and bike, a farmer's market doles out food in an open lot, art covers more building walls and a rooftop patio shows … more

Virtual tour brings Cinderella City mall back to life

The ruins of the Cinderella City mall two decades ago are partly what inspired Josh Goldstein — then a young child — to become an architect. Now, Goldstein is taking nostalgists down a memory … more
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