Mayor appoints leaders of age friendly initiative

Innovations in Aging Collaborative, along with the city of Colorado Springs and AARP, have launched the Age-Friendly Colorado Springs Initiative. The purpose of Colorado...

New website provides info on state’s HOAs

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It’s now a little easier for consumers and real estate industry partners to find information about Home Owners’ Associations in Colorado. The Colorado Department of...

Vendor deadline for Green Fair July 13

The deadline for the city's 2009 Green Fair is July 13. Click here for an application for booth space, which costs $50. Applicants will be notified of...

Procrastination won’t pay

Little time left to take advantage of substantial tax benefits Less than three weeks remain for business owners to consult their tax advisers and take advantage of tax breaks for 2009. One of the ways in which the government has attempted to restore economic stability is by offering tax incentives to small businesses to stimulate […]
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St. Francis Medical Center opens new Level III NICU

With the opening Aug. 28 of an expanded Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), St. Francis Medical Center is providing the highest level...

Sports and social change: Azerbaijani officials to visit Colorado Springs 

Eight representatives and two interpreters from Azerbaijan will arrive in Colorado Springs Sunday. The city is the third destination for the contingent, which is...

Health care call center coming to Springs

Senate Bill 11-200 – the act that created the Colorado health benefits exchange – is also creating jobs in Colorado Springs. The state exchange will open a new customer service center in Colorado Springs, creating about 100 new jobs. Connect for Health Colorado has signed a lease for a 25,000-square-foot building that will open this […]
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TESSA reports busier 2011

TESSA, Colorado Springs’ nonprofit focused on preventing domestic violence and assisting women who are victims, saw more people in 2011 than in the previous year. In its quartlery issue, “Be the Change,” TESSA executives reported having more than 100 additional hospital calls in 2011, and more than 10,000 nights of safe shelter provided to more […]
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People on the Move – August 28, 2009

Stephannie Finley has been named Business Leader of the Year by the Southern Colorado Women’s Chamber of Commerce. She is president of the Governmental Affairs and Public Policy Division of the Greater Colorado Springs Chamber of Commerce, and a principal staff member of its political action committee. Karen Sugano has been promoted to senior regional […]
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Veterans’ Court graduates 13 vets from treatment program

About 13 military veterans and active-duty personnel will graduate from the Fourth Judicial District’s Veteran Trauma Court Thursday. The intensive monitoring and treatment program has 82 participants, a grant-funded court modeled after problem-solving courts such as drug and mental health courts. It offers eligible offenders an alternative to incarceration through treatment and counseling. More than […]
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Business fraud on the rise during recession

Companies are dealing with more than just bad financial news - they also are dealing with a steep increase in business fraud. One in three companies around the world reported they were the victims of business fraud during the past 12 months

Coin thief sentenced in federal court

A former collections manager at the Colorado Springs-based American Numismatic Association’s Money Museum has been sentenced in a theft of valuable coins worth hundreds...