Marijuana brings more tax dollars than alcohol

Marijuana-specific taxes outstripped alcohol taxes last year, according to the Colorado Department of Revenue. The state said it collected nearly $70 million in marijuana taxes...

South Tejon Street buildings to be redesigned, remodeled

Two months ago, Joe Niebur, CEO of Niebur Development, acquired half a block on South Tejon Street just south of East Cimarron Street. Plans to...

Parsons, Hobbs join RBA team

      Hannah Parsons and Dirk "Doc" Hobbs will join the Colorado Springs Regional Business Alliance, rounding out the organization's executive team. Parsons is the chief of...

Master plan includes new name, uses for Colorado Crossing

The developer of what was once Colorado Crossing — at the southeast corner of Interquest and Voyager parkways in northern Colorado Springs — announced...

CSBJ celebrates Fastest-Growing Companies

Eight companies received awards Thursday night from the Colorado Springs Business Journal during its annual awards ceremony to honor the city's fastest-growing companies. About 200...

Colorado Springs announces city slogan, Live it Up

Colorado Springs, Live it Up! That is the new city brand and slogan, announced today by the Colorado Springs Convention and Visitors Bureau and local...

Strewler Hodges out at Pikes Peak Community Foundation

The Pikes Peak Community Foundation acknowledged that CEO Trudy Strewler Hodges is no longer with the nonprofit organization. "All I can confirm is effective Dec....

CSHP’s Chandler moving to UCHealth

Debbie Chandler, CEO of Colorado Springs Health Partners, has accepted the position of president and CEO for Colorado Health Medical Group., according to an...

Developers to build 356 downtown apartments

The trend for urban living has encouraged Colorado Springs real estate developer Nor’wood Development Services and apartment owner and commercial property manager Griffis/Blessing to build 356 new apartments in two projects downtown. Ground-breaking is set for next year, said Jeff Finn, Nor’wood project design manager and Gary Winegar, Griffis Blessing president of investment services. On […]
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Governor: Springs likely to house cybersecurity intelligence center

Colorado Springs will likely be the home of a National Cybersecurity Intelligence Center, a planned national resource which, according to Gov. John Hickenlooper during his State of the State Address, will be “the country’s foremost authority on cybersecurity research and development, training and education.” “The vision for the center will be advanced through collaboration between […]
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Update: In-N-Out Burger announces Colorado Springs plans

For all the West Coast transplants: A taste of home is one step closer to Colorado Springs. In-N-Out Burger has announced it is in the...

Sanders acquires majority share of Johnny Martin’s

Local hotelier Perry Sanders welcomed the New Year by acquiring a majority interest in Johnny Martin’s Car Central, a downtown private club located at...