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Coffee, cops and conversation

When John Collins took the job as Englewood's police chief in 2011, he wanted to create a better relationship between the Englewood Police Department and Englewood citizens. He envisioned a community … more

Englewood family targets childhood cancer

Englewood resident Hailey Walker will never forget the moment when she was at the Children's Hospital Colorado last October. Her daughter Hudson Walker, who is 18 months old, was fighting Ewing's … more

Builder proposes attached dwellings in Englewood

A Colorado Springs home builder wants to bring 72 attached dwellings to Englewood. The Galiant Homes home builder met with Englewood residents on Dec. 5 as part of an informal presentation that … more

Reporter Stories: Lakewood's watching The Watchdog

Lakewood Community Editor Joseph Rios and West Metro Editor Glenn Wallace discuss Lakewood's efforts to quiet community newsletter The Watchdog. Is this an electioneering issue or a question about … more

New Bishop Elementary welcomes students

William Bishop wanted Englewood students to be all they could be, according to his son, Ned Bishop. Bishop served as superintendent for Englewood Schools from 1954 up until his death in 1968, and he … more

Handcrafted jewelry store comes to Englewood

Back in 2000, Sarah DeAngelo was running around a steakhouse in Beverly Hills taking food orders as a server. On impulse, DeAngelo quit her job after a customer was rude to her, and the next day, she … more

Inclusivity through Lakewood’s Camp Paha

For some residents throughout the Denver metro area, Lakewood’s Camp Paha, a summer camp program for youth and young adults with disabilities, is their last option. They may have been rejected at … more

Colorado Rumble want you to watch their games

Chuck Estrada says the game of indoor soccer is similar to hockey. Teams play with six players each at a time, including goalies, on a turf field surrounded by hockey boards. The game, played in … more

New Bishop Elementary building to welcome kids

At Bishop Elementary School in Englewood, things have been a bit different since January for the 211 students who attend the K-6 school. Bishop Elementary students have been spending their school … more

Q&A with Brad Evans

Brad Evans holds the title of founder of Denver Cruisers, a group of people who ride their bikes together through Denver monthly, and the creator of the Facebook group Denver Fugly — a popular … more

Operation Christmas Child spreads spirit of giving

Receiving gifts was a concept that Yuliya Shubina wasn’t accustomed to as a child. Shubina grew up in a Third World country in Central Asia and receiving gifts was impossible, she says. But all of … more

Taking sports to the extreme - Denver museum exhibit takes visitors into world of athletic thrills

When Andrew Fraser was a boy growing up in Littleton, he knew he wanted to fly. Not only would he daydream of gliding through the sky, but at night, he would have active lucid dreams about flying. He … more

A trip to world of wonder

Englewood's Belleview Park underwent a holiday makeover over the weekend as the Englewood Farm and Train at the park became a winter wonderland. The miniature train that has been part of Englewood … more

Englewood police to shield radio transmissions from public

The days of residents listening to Englewood police officers and dispatchers on scanners are fading as the department prepares to encrypt its radio transmissions. In an August letter to Englewood … more

Englewood Schools abruptly announces departure of Cherrelyn principal

After spending only a little over a year as the principal at Cherrelyn Elementary School in Englewood, Rebecca Orsund will no longer hold that position, Englewood Schools has announced. In a letter … more

Englewood solidifies school board

The Englewood School Board is ready to get the ball rolling after a unanimous 4-0 vote on Nov. 14 to choose Steven Leflar for the board's vacant seat. Leflar was sworn into his position at a Nov. 19 … more

Maddox preschool honored for Young Athletes program

When Englewood resident Heather Roberts was in the third trimester of her pregnancy, her daughter Violet suffered a pediatric stroke on the left side of her brain. As a result of that stroke, Violet … more

Q&A with new Englewood City Councilmember John Stone

When John Stone was only 15 years old, he started using drugs and was kicked out of his home shortly. Living in the streets of Los Angeles, Stone was homeless for five years. He started working … more

Times have changed for Englewood football

There was a point before opening night for the Englewood High School Pirates football team that senior middle linebacker Yakez Daughtry knew the team was heading in the right direction. Daughtry … more

Adoptive families saluted

Josh and Pedro Federico were living in a household where their parents weren't doing “suitable things for children,” according to their uncle, Danny Porter. The teenage boys were living in an … more
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