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Two teens accused of first-degree murder after an Oct. 1 slaying in Englewood are set to be in court Feb. 22 for a proof of evidence pretrial hearing. The decision was made on Nov. 28 by Arapahoe County District Court Judge F. Stephen Collins, … more
In late November, the Colorado Department of Education notified the planned charter school in Englewood, TriCity Academy, that it had received a $196,500 start-up grant. “We are very excited to receive this grant. It will help us move forward … more
Dave Baugh first ate bugs while serving in Southeast Asia in the Marine Corps. “The first time, it was kind of weird,” he admits. “And then, the more places we went to, we ate different kinds of bugs.” For many people, that experience … more
Despite frigid and windy weather, the 13th annual Turkey Day 5K drew more than 2,600 participants — the second largest turnout to date. “The Turkey Day 5K has become a family tradition for thousands in the area, and we are thrilled that so … more
Various stakeholders are discussing establishing a task force that would work to extend light rail into Highlands Ranch from the Mineral Station on Santa Fe Drive in Littleton. The 2 1/2-mile long Southwest Extension, … more
Whether it is a gift from a loved one or an item received from online Christmas shopping, the holiday season means an increase in receiving packages. And shipping companies leave thousands of unprotected packages on home doorsteps in your city every … more
The Christmas season kicked off in Littleton the day after Thanksgiving with the 33rd annual Candlelight Walk and Tree Lighting. Thousands packed downtown to watch Santa Claus make his down Main Street on the back of a truck, illuminating more … more
Integrated Family Community Services enlisted the help of a small army of volunteers Nov. 19 to distribute boxes containing all the fixings for a Thanksgiving dinner to about 500 needy families and seniors. “This event has been held for at … more
Nearly six decades into its existence, the South Suburban Parks and Recreation District is developing its first master plan, guiding the future of parks, trails, open space and public recreation in the area. “We're really looking at the … more
Judge Carlos Samour Jr. expressed frustration at the slow pace of the case of a Centennial man facing murder and attempted murder charges in an April shooting. Attorneys for Kevin Lyons, who is suspected of killing a well-known Centennial doctor, … more
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