Latino leaders launch new business organization

Latino business owners in the Pikes Peak region are banding together to form their own business council. The effort is an outgrowth of local business leaders...

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...

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...

Roop jailed for contempt of court

Woodland Park resident Richard Roop began serving a 60-day jail sentence Tuesday for contempt of court following a hearing in Denver District Court, according...

Labor law: Beware bullying in the workplace

If employers have not heard the term “status blind harassment” they should familiarize themselves with the issue, local attorneys and human resource managers say. Status...

Update: Officials say pot survey results misunderstood

According to the Colorado Springs Convention and Visitors Bureau and the Colorado Tourism Office, statewide reports of the impact of legalized marijuana and tourism...

Gig economy is surging with ‘agile’ workers

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The gig economy has dramatically shifted Americans’ views on employment, and this trend is set to surge in 2020, according to COMATCH, a company...

Commercial lots sell near Monument

A number of commercial sales took place early in the year in the Pikes Peak region, according to Cushman and Wakefield Colorado Springs Commercial. Six...

Spears to lead Pikes Peak Library District

John Spears has been hired as the next executive director of the Pikes Peak Library District, trustees announced Wednesday. He begins in late January. “Over the...

The city’s love-hate relationship with the Guadagnoli’s nightclubs

Sam and Kathy Guadagnoli have gained a reputation as one of Colorado Springs’ most creative, even fearless, dealmakers. It’s no wonder: In the last 10 years, they’ve played a key role in remaking the city’s once-sedate downtown into a lively, diverse and busy destination.

U.S. News & World Report: Colorado Springs second-best place to live

Colorado Springs is the No. 2 “Best Place to Live” in America, according to the 2018 rankings released by U.S. News & World Report....

City names medical marijuana task force

The Colorado Springs City Council confirmed 13 people to serve on the Medical Marijuana Task Force, a group created to address zoning concerns for...