Venture capital fund visits Springs today

The Colorado Impact Fund (CIF), a venture capital fund created by Colorado investors to invest solely in Colorado companies, will meet with the Colorado...

Air Force Academy to observe Holocaust anniversary

The Air Force Academy will observe the 65th anniversary of the liberation of Nazi concentration camps with a Holocaust remembrance event. The academy says Sam...

$3 million luxury fixed base operation planned for Springs airport

Million Air is bringing their luxury service to private jets. The red carpet treatment will soon be available for those flying private aircraft into Colorado...

Christensen’s Prosperent landing national clients

Mike Christensen moved to Colorado Springs after he finished college in California. He had a series of different jobs before he decided to strike...

Council stays on track with NeuStream at Drake

Following a long, contentious and apparently unadvertised public hearing, the Colorado Springs City Council, acting as the Utilities Board, declined Wednesday to revisit its July 18 decision to finish installation of the $130 million NeuStream pollution control system on the downtown Martin Drake Power Plant and defer any study of the plant’s future until 2013. […]
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First Friday featuring nearly 30 galleries

For art lovers and downtown aficionados, First Friday Downtown on Dec. 2 is on the do-not-miss list. Nearly 30 galleries, retailers and nonprofits will offer new...

Chamber & EDC seeks input on local business climate

The Colorado Springs Chamber & EDC is currently seeking input from local professionals on the state of the area's business climate via an online...

Boulder County sets 2025 zero-waste goal

Boulder commissioners have approved a plan to achieve a goal of becoming a zero-waste county by 2025. The commissioners adopted the plan earlier this month...

Condominiums losing value over FHA status

Condominium associations that have discovered their Federal Housing Authority certifications are expired have scrambled to restore home values by re-applying for the status.
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Hyde resigns Memorial commission post

Steve Hyde resigned his position as chairman of the Memorial Commission on Ownership and Governance effective today. Commission member Bob Lally was elected today to...

Citibank to handle DoD travel cards

The Department of Defense has chosen Citibank to provide travel charge card services for its members. Bank of America is the program’s current vendor, but Citibank will become the provider in November. The mandatory travel charge card provides benefits such as no interest charges, delayed late fees and insurance benefits. The DoD has 1.2 million […]
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High-end housing enters downward price trend

So far the Pikes Peak region's residential real estate prices are holding their own, but high-end neighborhoods have begun to reflect a broader downward...