Colorado Institute for Social Impact announces PRISM Awards finalists

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  Colorado Institute for Social Impact (CI4SI) and Vectra Bank will co-present the 3rd Annual PRISM Awards — a community celebration of Social Impact businesses...

Consumers opt for deposit safety over returns

The adage - a bird in hand is worth two in the bush - is proving true for investors, who are flocking to safety. In a...

Jenkins, Blessing ask for urban renewal changes

While downtown Colorado Springs has emerged from a recession-enforced hibernation, a group of business owners and developers are quietly working behind the scenes to...

International airport terminal weighed in Eagle

Colorado officials are studying the possibility of adding an international terminal at the Eagle County Regional Airport in Gypsum. The Vail Daily reported Sunday that...

List of Lists: Office Furniture Companies

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See the top 5 Office Furniture Companies in Colorado Springs, from CSBJ’s Book of Lists, ranked by number of local employees. Figures are self-reported, and some...

Local investors buy greyhound park

A Colorado Springs investment group has purchased the former Post Time Greyhound Park at 3701 N. Nevada Ave. for $1.5 million. The 28 acres includes a large parking area and 22 buildings, such as kennels, a stadium and full-service gambling center. It is being used by tenants like Waste Management and a general contractor. The investors are expected to maintain the property as is until the market improves. But it's just as likely that the one-time dog track could morph into something entirely different.

Greccio to buy 2 foreclosed apartment buildings

Greccio Housing is preparing to close on two apartment buildings that will increase their inventory of affordable housing by more than 30 percent. Lee Patke, Greccio executive director, said he couldn’t discuss specifics about the buildings or the bank that owns them until the closings on Feb. 6 and March 6. But the two buildings, […]
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Expo to demonstrate region’s manufacturing presence

The Southern Colorado Manufacturing Expo, a showcase including demonstrations of goods and services from throughout the region, is being hosted in Colorado Springs this...

Local company will lead city branding effort, results due in October

The Colorado Springs mayoral task force to develop a citywide brand will spend $80,000 for local branding company, Stone Mantel, to lead them through...

Local leaders will work with both parties’ legislators

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Colorado Springs leaders say they are prepared to work with people on both sides of the aisle when the new legislative session begins in...

Groups protest cuts to NASA, NOAA

The 2012 appropriations bill – still being debated in Congress – has substantial cuts both to NASA and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, prompting calls of concern from aviation and aerospace groups.
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Report: Springs apartment market healthy

The current Colorado Springs apartment market is healthy — maybe the healthiest it has ever been. That’s the conclusion by area experts after reviewing the...