Colorado Gives day breaks record for nonprofits

The annual Colorado Gives day broke records this year — with state residents donating $28.4 million to 1,884 nonprofits in 24 hours. Last year, the...

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 infill action plan available for public comment

Drafts of the city's infill action plan are available for public comment at the city's website. The new chapter of the city's comprehensive plan provides...

Sanders closes sale on Antlers hotel

Late this afternoon, the Hilton Hotels logo disappeared from the historic Antlers Hotel in downtown Colorado Springs. The Business Journal called Perry Sanders, who...

Economic Forum about positive growth

The outlook for Colorado Springs is positive, based on information presented at the 21st annual UCCS Economic Forum Sept. 29 at The Antlers hotel. Speakers...

Investors buy Springs real estate

Front Range Commercial recently announced a number of real estate closings that took place in recent months. A near-$3.5 million sale of 3780 and 3790 E. Woodmen Rd. closed Nov. 20. The seller was REB Enterprises II LLC and the buying entity was LIC Family Partners LP. Realtors Bob Nolette and Michael Roslin represented the […]
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Construction on Colorado Springs’ Children’s Hospital moves forward

More than 300 Children’s Hospital Colorado staff, patients and community leaders attended a groundbreaking ceremony Nov. 16 to mark the official start of construction on Colorado Springs’ first free-standing hospital specializing in pediatric care. The five-level facility will be constructed on UCHealth’s Memorial Hospital North campus, between Briargate Parkway and N. Union Boulevard, and include a neonatal […]
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PPCF starts emergency fund after Springs shooting

Local nonprofit, the Pikes Peak Community Foundation created a new Emergency Relief Fund in response to the recent shootings at the Planned Parenthood facility in Colorado...

SBA lending breaks record again

U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) lending, both nationally and in Colorado, reached all-time record levels during fiscal year 2015, the year ending Sept. 30. In El Paso County, the SBA gave 141 loans that totaled more than $39 million. Most of those came from the U.S. Bank National Association, which made 35 loans for more […]
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NFIB members say no to provider-fee switch

The Colorado chapter of the National Federation for Independent Businesses says that a recent poll shows that small business owners aren't interested in removing...

Penrose, Sabin win women’s health awards

Penrose-St. Francis Health Services has been named among the top 100 hospitals and health systems for its women's health program by Becker's Hospital Review....

Site prep begins for Olympic Museum

The U.S. Olympic Museum has begun demolition of structures at its site in downtown Colorado Springs. The land for the museum, donated by Nor’wood...