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Food bank helps residents get by

Twice a week, volunteers gather to transform the basement of Englewood Bible Church at 3190 S. Grant St. into the Cornerstone Food Bank. Men and women set up about two dozen tables that seem to groan … more

Special Olympians take to the ice for championships

Their blades whispered across the ice as each athlete competed in the Special Olympics Figure and Speed Skating Championship Meet on March 10 at South Suburban Ice Arena in Centennial. The area just … more

Night of The Stars Talent Show auditions to be held at rec center

Englewood will be holding auditions for talented kindergartners through high school senior performers who want to take part in the 2018 edition of the city's Night of The Stars Talent Show. The … more

Pirates girls prepare for hoops season

The sound of basketballs being dribbled echoed off the Englewood High School gymnasium walls during a practice session as the young Pirate girls basketball team prepared for the upcoming season. “We are a very young team this season, as almost … more

Veterans saluted at Fort Logan ceremony

Mother Nature provided a backdrop of clear skies and warm sunshine Nov. 11 as about 500 people attended the 40 ceremony marking Veterans Day at Fort Logan National Cemetery. It is the first time in three years the ceremony was held inside Verle … more

Littleton junior third at state cross country meet

Littleton’s Addi Iken finished seventh at the 2016 state Class 4A cross country meet and on Oct. 28 she fulfilled her desire to return to state this year and improve her finish as she came in third in the field of 153 4A girls entered in the meet … more

Works of local artists on display

The paintings, photos, sculptures, embroidery and woodcarvings on display at the Malley Senior Recreation Center are mediums local amateur artists use to create the works they entered in the Englewood Art Exhibit. This is the 12th year the city has … more

Englewood woman bikes to beat cancer

Englewood resident Ryan Andersen said participation in a three-day portion of the Coast 2 Coast 4 Cancer Bike Ride that began Sept. 15 was overall the neatest experience of her life. “It was amazing, it was grueling and it was inspiring all at … more
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