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The current real estate market belongs to the sellers — they set the price and frequently get multiple contracts for a single listing. But not...

State seeks behavioral health systems for new program

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The state is seeking behavioral health systems to participate in a new program that aims to improve defendants’ access to mental health services. Behavioral health...

Atomic Cowboy, Denver Biscuit Company, Fat Sully’s set to open

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Starting next week, downtown Colorado Springs patrons can treat themselves to one of Denver Biscuit Company’s southern style mile high biscuits. Denver-based Atomic Provisions announced...

Sanders to close on former YWCA

YWCA Building 130 E. Kiowa
Earlier this week, downtown entrepreneur Perry Sanders confirmed that he’s under contract to purchase the five-story, 27,815 square foot, 1913 YWCA building at 130...

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...

Pikes Peak Avenue intersections to reopen Wednesday evening

Pikes Peak Avenue will reopen to traffic with a single lane in each direction through the intersections of Hancock Avenue and Union Boulevard alongside...

Securities Commissioner issues orders to show cause for three cryptocurrency companies

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Colorado Securities Commissioner Gerald Rome has signed cease and desist orders for three cryptocurrency companies promoting unregistered Initial Coin Offerings in Colorado.

List of Lists: Physical Rehabilitation Centers

Top 5 physical rehabilitation centers in Colorado Springs, from CSBJ’s Book of Lists, ranked by number of local employees. Figures are self-reported, and some ranking criteria...

Wells Fargo to lay off 55 in Colorado Springs

Wells Fargo Home Mortgage announced today that 55 regional team members would be laid off, adding the "staffing changes in Colorado Springs the...

Mid-sized businesses suffer greatest cybercrime losses

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Only 27 percent of businesses reported no cyber attacks in the past 12 months, and mid-sized companies (500 to 999 employees) suffer greater losses than...