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Coroner's office confirms shooting death of 13-year-old in Englewood

The Arapahoe County Coroner's Office has confirmed that a 13-year-old boy was one of the victims in a July 14 shooting in Englewood. The teenager, whose name was not released by the coroner because … more

City staff, council seek fixes to drainage problems

When last year's July storm swept through the streets of Englewood, one woman was left dead and others were left with thousands of dollars of property damage — including Englewood resident Jennifer … more

Pair of local principals honored

When Bobbie Skaggs, principal of Colorado's Finest High School of Choice in Englewood, found out she was being honored as principal of the year, she thought it was a joke. “When I first heard, it … more

Englewood enjoys Fourth of July

Rain poured on Belleview Park in Englewood on the Fourth of July, but residents still turned out to barbecue food, listen to music and spend time with friends, family and neighbors. Some left the … more

Englewood gets third recreational cannabis dispensary

An Englewood marijuana dispensary has made the shift from medical-only to recreational sales, in a location around the corner from the southern end of the city's bustling 3400 block of South … more

Study focuses on flooding issues in Englewood

Last August, former Englewood City Manager Eric Keck acknowledged that the city was “caught flat-footed” when flooding in late July affected at least 25 housing units and left one woman dead. The … more

Reporter Stories: Growth Caps and other July fireworks

Join Community Editor Joseph Rios to discuss Lakewood's growth cap vote and Independence Day events across the Denver Metro area. more

Planning/zoning panel moves forward with Kmart site plan

Developers who envision the former Englewood Kmart site turning into a building that offers restaurants, self-storage units and retail spots recently took a step toward making their vision a reality. … more

Students gain from mentor program

The Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colorado’s mentor2.0 program is making a call for volunteers. The program, which anticipates working with 250 students at Englewood High School this upcoming school … more

Family Tree asks the community to count its comforts

Rich Karlis had just wrapped up his second season as a kicker for the Denver Broncos, and he was trying to figure out what to do with his free time. When he learned about Family Tree — a nonprofit … more

Englewood completes homeless encampment cleanup

On June 4, Englewood police officially cleared out approximately 45 homeless camps that were home to around 70 people along the South Platte River. The cleanup process, which includes fixing the … more

Meet the city manager candidates

C. Scott Andrews Education: Doctor of Education — Organizational Leadership from Argosy University in Georgia. Master of Public Administration from Strayer University in Florida. Bachelor of … more

Englewood clearing homeless camps on South Platte River

The closest thing an Englewood man, who declined to give his name because he doesn't want it in the media, has had to a home since he was 13 is prison. When he got out of prison in 2013, he moved … more

Englewood Schools to keep Clayton bus route for coming year

Englewood resident Alyssa Gilger doesn’t own a vehicle, so she takes light rail to her job next to the Capitol building in Denver. Her fourth-grade son at Clayton Elementary School takes the bus to … more

'A special day to remember those who have given the final and ultimate sacrifice'

Celeste Gamache served 20 years in the United States Air Force, including two tours in Afghanistan. Gamache joined other military veterans, families, friends and loved ones at Fort Logan National … 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

Englewood inching toward new city manager

Englewood is starting to make progress toward hiring a new city manager after not having a full-time one for more than six months. Englewood City Council is expected to appoint a new city manager on … more

Spokes folks peddle pastime

Before she became executive director of the Colorado High School Cycling League, a nonprofit youth development organization that produces mountain bike race series, Kate Rau worked in the … more

Opportunity knocks for entrepreneurs in Englewood

Jason Ungate's Tabletop Tap arcade and bar opened its doors in Englewood toward the end of summer in 2017. Before he brought his business to Englewood, he was living in the city six years ago — an … more

Denver honors Cesar Chavez

Snowy conditions halted Denver’s 18th annual Cesar Chavez Day March, but not the celebration. Politicians, leaders and residents packed into Su Teatro on March 30 in Denver to honor Chavez, a civil … more
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