Cronin to be interim executive director of SET

Barbara Cronin has been named the interim executive director for SET Family Medical Clinics. She will replace Zelna Joseph, who resigned earlier this month after five years as president and CEO. “Zelna’s active involvement in the Colorado Springs community helped lead SET to a number of significant accomplishments over the years,” said Mike Scialdone, chairman […]
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Allied Van Lines: Colorado a move-to hot spot

Colorado ranked fourth as the chosen state for a new home among people moving from one state to another, according to an annual report...

Contributions drop for gov candidates

Contributions have dropped for the two Republican candidates in Colorado's governor's race following a series of scandals. Contributions for former congressman Scott McInnis fell by...

Bernanke says U.S. economy still weak, despite some recent gains

The U.S. job market remains weak despite three months of strong hiring and the Federal Reserve's existing policies that will help boost growth,...

Springs company designs Indy car

A Colorado Springs advertising company has more than a casual interest in the Indy 500 race this week – it designed one of the...

Cleantech competition open to local businesses

The deadline to apply for the 2011 Rocky Mountain Cleantech Open is May 24. The Rocky Mountain region  includes Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming. The...

Website seeks to increase health care dialogue

A new website leverages social media to encourage a conversation about health care quality, cost and delivery. The site, www.civhc.org, was launched by Colorado's Center for...

Capital summit will showcase 40 companies

Looking for investment capital for your business? Forty companies will be selected to present at the Angel Capital Summit on Nov. 17 at the Colorado...

80 Fort Carson soldiers returning from Afghanistan

About 80 Fort Carson soldiers are returning from a yearlong deployment in Afghanistan. They're expected Tuesday night, although arrival times for returning soldiers have frequently...

Yahoo farms out for-sale home listings to Zillow

Yahoo Inc. is turning over its listings of homes for sale and other local real estate advertising to an online specialist in the field,...

More Fort Carson soldiers returning from Iraq

Another 600 Fort Carson soldiers are arriving home after a yearlong deployment in southern Iraq. They were scheduled to arrive today although the arrival times...

Spring buying boosted home prices for 2nd month

Home prices in major U.S. cities rose in May for the second straight month, propped up by a flurry of spring buyers. But after adjusting for such seasonal factors, prices fell in a majority of markets. The Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller home-price index released Tuesday showed that prices rose in 16 of the 20 cities tracked. […]
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