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Englewood Fourth of July fireworks cancellation a contentious decision

In Englewood, one of several municipalities in the Denver metro area that canceled early-July fireworks shows this year amid concerns about dry conditions and risk of fires, the city council made its decision after a planning process where city officials may have been operating on conflicting concepts of what a local fire ban meant. more

Tired of driving? Here’s how to get around Colorado on public transportation

Ever wanted to take a road trip across the state without slogging through an hours-long drive on highways? more

Arapahoe County jail sees high need for mental health care, and it’s taken steps to respond

Roughly three in five inmates at the Arapahoe County Jail have a mental health condition, according to recent data — and that number may be even higher when taking into account substance use problems, according to Arapahoe County Sheriff Tyler Brown. more

Housing affordability, business viability on Centennial city officials' minds

The cost of housing has become an all-but-unavoidable issue for city officials in much of the Denver metro area, and Centennial is examining how local policy might fit into conversations about affordability. more

Rep. Jason Crow talks veterans’ health care, Russia, economy

During Crow’s late April town hall, the House member discussed efforts to bolster U.S. manufacturing, fill health-care staff shortages for veterans and address concerns about anti-Asian racism. more

Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office mental health program making strides

When a man in a rural part of Arapahoe County called 911 for help during a mental health crisis, he asked for a sheriff’s deputy to take him to a facility that could treat his condition. But … more

Cherry Creek School District students walk out in protest amid unlawful sexual contact case

Students walked out at some Cherry Creek School District high schools and middle schools “to raise awareness of sexual assault,” according to letters the school district sent families. One alleged case appeared to be at the center of the concerns. more

Unauthorized camping occurs in spots across Centennial

In Centennial, cases of unauthorized camping — a visible sign of regional homelessness — have occurred along the High Line Canal Trail in the city’s west end. They’ve also popped up along the Arapahoe Road corridor, off Interstate 25, and in or near park areas. more

Englewood to see Broadway and Highway 285 road construction soon

One of the major highway interchanges in the south Denver metro area is set to undergo construction, starting in the coming months, in a project that hopes to better accommodate traffic on two of Englewood's largest roads. more

State suspends Centennial clinic from giving COVID vaccine shots

A health care provider based in Centennial was suspended from providing COVID-19 vaccinations after the state public health department found “multiple occurrences of storage and handling issues” and discovered that the facility was charging some patients a fee for vaccination. more

Centennial Hospital 'genuinely cares about patients,' team members say

It’s the people that set Centennial Hospital apart from other hospitals, says Lewis Franzen, a 70-year-old hospital volunteer. more

City, state lawmakers in Arapahoe County talk housing crisis, ‘missing middle’

Large and expensive single-family houses are a defining feature of much of the south Denver metro area, but collectively, they can function as a barrier for the area’s younger demographic. more

Some clarity emerges on Arapahoe County creating new health department

About 2,500 people watched or called into a virtual town hall meeting where leaders took questions about how Arapahoe County is working to create its own health department amid the breakup of Tri-County Health. more

Lawsuit looms over cost of Tri-County Health breakup

The costs of Arapahoe and Adams counties pulling away from Tri-County Health could be in the millions. And the situation could get a whole lot more expensive. more

Centennial continues to expand its city boundaries

On a trip across Arapahoe Road, residents might ask: Is this part of Greenwood Village? Is it Aurora? Is it Centennial? None of the above? more

Centennial could see effects from an Aurora camping ban

With Aurora ready to roll out a camping ban policy of its own, more people experiencing homelessness could be pushed into nearby Centennial. more

Centennial business 'bringing joy’ through herbalism

After studying biochemistry, pharmacology, ecology and a master’s degree in teaching, Bridget Molloy wanted to save the world. more

Englewood urges residents to take caution after utility bill box broken into

Englewood police are investigating an incident where the utility bill payment drop box outside of Englewood Civic Center was broken into, and city staff encouraged residents to contact their banks to void or cancel checks that may be involved. more

Centennial's effort to boost local businesses is back

The shift in American consumerism toward preferring experiences rather than products or things has weighed on Centennial city officials’ minds over the past few years, and the city is pushing forward with another round of its program to help local businesses adapt. more

Englewood police donate equipment to help Ukraine

After the Colorado governor’s office called on law enforcement agencies to donate defensive equipment to help Ukraine in its fight against Russia, the Englewood Police Department responded to the state’s request. more
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