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Englewood aims to create cohesion, inclusivity

Englewood has its eyes on establishing neighborhoods in the city, and it has a neighborhood resources coordinator to help carry out the process. Madeline Hinkfuss has been hired by Englewood to be … more

Short-term rental rules approved for Englewood

It has been a long process for Englewood City Council and city staff, but two ordinances that pave the way for short-term rental legality in Englewood have been passed. Englewood City Council voted … more

Englewood High School athletes honor Tom Munds

Englewood High School held a moment of silence in honor of Tom Munds, a longtime Englewood Herald reporter, before the school’s boys varsity basketball game against Fort Lupton High School on Feb. … more

Lawsuit claims Englewood police used excessive force

An El Paso County man has sued the City of Englewood over an allegation of excessive force by three officers of the Englewood Police Department. Patric Martinez is alleging that three Englewood … more

Ring up the old — Environmental benefit, vintage popularity boost interest in thrift stores

Arvada resident Eddie Marin has a passion for finding vintage items, and he shops at thrift stores at least twice a week. He looks for vintage sports T-shirts, old VHS tapes, hats, sweaters and more. … more

Q&A with Englewood’s new director of Parks, Recreation and Library

Christina Underhill is Englewood’s new director of Parks, Recreation and Library, stepping into the role formerly held by Dorothy Hargrove, who was named deputy city manager in September. Underhill … more

Englewood Schools nixes Clayton Elementary bus route

By the time fall hits and the new school year arrives, some Clayton Elementary School students will have to find a different way to get to school. The Englewood School Board unanimously voted — … more

Short-term rentals get first-round approval in Englewood

Englewood City Council on Feb. 3 approved the legality of short-term rentals on first reading, a service that allows homeowners to rent out their home or a room in their home for 29 days or less. The … more

My name is … Lara Fahnestock

About me I've lived in Englewood for the past 17 years. I currently work at Denver Urban Gardens, where I support all of the volunteer garden leaders throughout the Denver metro area. We actually … more

Englewood police lay out red flag policy

The red flag law, which went into effect across Colorado on Jan. 1, allows family members to request that a judge issue an extreme risk protection order — a temporary order that removes guns from a … more

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
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