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A ministry of presence

Chaplain Tim Ralph has frequented Parker Adventist Hospital over the past few weeks. He visits Dan Brite, a member of the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Impact Unit, and Brite’s wife Christine, a sergeant with the sheriff’s office. On …
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Pirates Cove proposal outlined

Pirates Cove Family Aquatics Park could undergo changes under the proposals included as part of the new Englewood Parks and Recreation Master Plan being developed by the city and its consultants. Dorothy Hargrove told the city council at the …
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    • Site of apartments under construction

      While heavy equipment continued the real work, about a dozen individuals tossed dirt with shovels at the Sept. 15 official groundbreaking for construction of the mixed-use Acoma Lofts project in downtown Englewood. “Starting construction has …

    • Residents ask for more sludge data

      Eight residents spoke to the Englewood City Council Sept. 6 and expressed their continuing concerns about potential health hazards from the residual material called sludge at the Allen Water Treatment Plant. At the same meeting, City Manager Eric …

    • Cities poised to rehab neighborhoods

      Englewood is joining the cities of Arvada and Golden in taking part in the Neighborhood Rehabilitation Program-sponsored service day on Sept. 10 by enlisting volunteers to do fix-up and repair community service projects. Neighborhood …

    • Englewood hosting first job fair

      An idea first discussed earlier this year becomes a reality Sept. 29 when Englewood holds its first job fair. The job fair will be held from 9 a.m. to noon in the community room of the Englewood Civic Center, 1000 Englewood Parkway. “Early …

    • Dogs take over Pirates Cove

      Dogs of every breed, color and size became honored guests at the Sept. 10 Doggie Plunge at Pirates Cove Family Aquatics Center. Each year, after the pool is closed to the public for the season, Englewood cooperates with Freedom Service Dogs by …

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    • Tuesday, September 13

      Englewood police were able to catch and arrest one of three men suspected of breaking into a car. A resident called police about 8 a.m. on Sept. 4 to report three men had broken into his car in the 3700 block of South Logan Street. According …

    • Tuesday, September 13

    • Residents pitch in to help community

      Tuesday, September 13