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Englewood city councilmember resigns after communist views were spotlighted

Englewood City Councilmember John Stone resigned, effective immediately, just after the start of the council's regular meeting on March 1. Stone had been in the spotlight for Twitter posts that … more

Englewood city councilmember says communist views should be no surprise

An Englewood city councilmember is in the spotlight after printouts of his Twitter posts — containing what another councilmember decried as “violent rhetoric” — turned up in some local … more

'Wayfinding' plan would boost Englewood's visibility

Take a drive on South Broadway from Denver — or cruise east on U.S. Highway 285 underneath the Santa Fe Drive bridge — and if you aren't paying attention, you might not notice you're in … more

Pandemic is setback for count of homeless in Denver metro area

As one homeless-service provider put it: “You can’t go a block or two without seeing someone on the corner begging for money — and that’s all over the Denver metro area.” While that’s a … more

Miracle on Elati Street

Few places outside the North Pole have as much Christmas spirit as a pair of houses on South Elati Street in Englewood. On any given night between Thanksgiving and New Year's, the block of Elati just … more

1 dead, another in hospital after car accident on Broadway in Englewood

Two vehicles involved a crash the afternoon of Dec. 2 on South Broadway near Belleview Avenue left a 72-year-old man dead and another male injured, according to an Englewood police news … more

My Name Is... Gary Poole

Selling history II'm a third-generation Coloradan. My grandfather died when my dad was 8, and my grandma was raising five kids. She worked at Swedish Hospital in Englewood, doing laundry back when it … more

Englewood restaurants hope for support as indoor dining shutdown returns

Restaurant workers are taking another hit under Colorado’s second indoor dining shutdown of the coronavirus pandemic — part of the state’s latest round of public-health restrictions … more

Englewood 'downtown authority' plan gets mixed vote

In a twist that may have unclear implications, Englewood voters approved the creation of a “downtown development authority,” a body that would work to economically boost Englewood's CityCenter, … more

Englewood voters give 'downtown authority' plan mixed, unclear result

In a twist that may have unclear implications, Englewood voters approved the creation of a “downtown development authority,” a body that would work to economically boost Englewood's … more

PHOTOS: Celtic band livens up downtown Englewood

There isn't an Irish festival in downtown Englewood, but crowds may feel like they walked into one if Fennec is on the scene. “We've been playing for about eight years here,” said John Hammer, … more

Englewood Schools to switch to online learning as COVID-19 cases climb

Englewood Public Schools will switch to fully-remote learning for at least two weeks beginning Nov. 2 in the face of climbing COVID-19 numbers, Superintendent Wendy Rubin announced on Oct. … more

A place for art and creativity in Englewood

It's tough to say exactly what Carousel Emporium is. Is it an antique shop? A makerspace? A consignment shop? An art gallery? A community gathering place? How about all of the above? Daneen and Bob … more

Two suspects arrested after police car chase ends in Englewood

Police officers from Englewood, Denver and Lakewood are on scene at the King Soopers at Hampden Avenue and University Boulevard after chasing a fleeing suspect who briefly drove the wrong way along … more

Englewood voters could raise taxes on motel stays, short-term rentals

Englewood voters will have their say on two citywide ballot questions in the Nov. 3 election: one that seeks to raise taxes on lodging — including short-term rentals — and another that would let … more

Englewood voters could launch 'downtown authority' to revitalize CityCenter, Broadway, hospital districts

Two decades ago, crews demolished a mall of more than 1 million square feet that had been built on Englewood's former city park. Its name was Cinderella City, an economic engine that opened in 1968 … more

Tom Munds 'served our community and country'

Family, coworkers, and current and former Englewood city officials came together in memoriam of a well-known figure in the Englewood community who loved that city as much as it loved him back. … more

‘A lot of us just had a hard time’

What some people wish we all knew about homelessness: “Not all the people who are homeless are vandals and criminals. A lot of us just had a hard time, and we went through some stuff, and we lost … more

South Denver metro cities search for role on homeless

Winding through the south metro area is the South Platte River, an informal thoroughfare for people experiencing homeless, where campers are common along Englewood’s west edge. With a homeless … 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
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