The University of Colorado Health and Children’s Hospital Colorado have announced plans to expand their services throughout the Colorado Springs area, which may include construction of new facilities. In a news release Friday, the partners said that they are “exploring building a new free-standing children’s hospital adjacent to Memorial Hospital North” in addition to expansion […]
Maybe it’s true that every little girl wants to be a princess — at least that’s what they’re choosing for their Halloween costumes. But, when they grow up, they’re choosing to be a witch. This Halloween, American trick-or-treaters, party-goers and pampered pets will dress up as pumpkins, princesses, witches and vampires. And, they will spend […]
Christian Bros. Automotive, a Houston-based car-repair business, hopes to open two locations in the Colorado Springs area within the next year. And if its owners’ prayers are answered, its registers will be filled with the dollars of customers who believe in Jesus. The idea is to draw people who want the peace of mind of […]
As stolid and unimaginative as our little city sometimes seems, it has had its share of dreamers and schemers, folks who weren’t afraid to reach for the brass ring. Some of their dreams came true — but many others didn’t. Colorado Springs didn’t host the Winter Olympics in 1956 or 1960. No railroad tunnel was […]
Putting territorial issues aside, Pikes Peak Community College and Pueblo Community College announced a partnership aimed at helping educate workers for the the manufacturing community ...
In Colorado Springs, a person can purchase virtually any item, new or used. Standard new and used items — cars and homes — are for sale throughout town. Then there are other things, items like tires you wouldn’t normally see sold used. Even on Craigslist. [pullquote] “Sometimes you come across those real gems.” – Mary […]
Work to create a nuclear physics curriculum at the U.S. Air Force Academy, developing a new engine design, delving into spacecraft docking techniques at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and investigating the cost savings from sustainable buildings are some of the projects that will be highlighted during the 19th annual Research Awards at the Air […]
Entrepreneurship nonprofit UP Global will sponsor a Startup Weekend, where budding entrepreneurs are given 54 hours to progress from having business ideas to making presentations about the business. This particular weekend will begin Friday, Sept. 19 at 6 p.m. and culminate Sunday, Sept. 21 at 9 p.m. It will take place at Epicentral Coworking space […]
Cyber Monday Internet traffic hit an all -time high on the Monday after Thanksgiving. According to industry tracker comScore Networks the Web sites had a 26 percent gain in sales, reaching $608 million, compared to the same day in 2005. Growth outpaced the 3.4 percent year-over-year sales gains on Black Friday and the slight drop in sales the following day.
Colorado Springs sees hundreds of soldiers leave the military each month while thousands of IT jobs go unfilled. Now the Microsoft Software & Systems Academy is looking to connect the two. Microsoft, Fort Carson and the Army Career Skills Program hosted a ribbon-cutting June 2 for the 18-week accelerated IT course, taught through Embry-Riddle Aeronautical […]
The value of nonresidential construction starts during 2007 was up 11.2 percent from 2006, according to Reed Construction Data, a national construction industry research firm. On a month-to-month basis, job starts increased 5.2 percent during December after weak showings during October and November. However, starts weakened at the end of 2007, with the final three […]
Before a couple hundred single-family homes could join the pristine wildlife on an estimated 130-acre plot of land near the Big Johnson Reservoir, developers would have to overcome myriad obstacles. The biggest question, however, may be why anyone would want to live there in the first place. The area in northwest Colorado Springs had been […]