Since the merger, 13 employees - nearly half the total combined staff - have resigned or were asked to leave their jobs.
In an historic New Year’s Day session, the House of Representatives passed a bill that preserved Bush-era tax cuts for the middle class, but raised taxes on people making more than $400,000 a year. The compromises also averts a 27 percent cut in reimbursement levels for doctors who treat Medicare patients, and fixes the “dairy […]
Many Colorado residents have been affected this summer by wildfire and drought. The virtual job fair will take place Aug. 2 – 16, at www.connectingcolorado.com. “This online event is targeting people affected by this summer of natural disasters,” Department of Labor Executive Director Ellen Golombek said in a statement. “The Black Forest Fire and the Royal […]
Gov. John Hickenlooper and Denver Mayor Michael Hancock are traveling to California to meet with business leaders there about Colorado. The governor and mayor’s offices say Hickenlooper and Hancock want to strengthen existing relationships and encourage California business leaders to look at Colorado when they want to expand or grow companies. The trip is Thursday […]
Colorado Springs is one step closer to redeveloping a segment of the North Nevada Avenue corridor that has long been seen as a struggling transition between the city’s thriving north and its bustling downtown. The city unveiled the draft of the North Nevada Avenue Plan during an open house Tuesday evening at the Mortgage Solutions […]
A fancy baseball stadium could be the major downtown anchor needed to kick revitalization efforts into high gear. But it’s not the only possibility on the drawing board. At the same time the city of Colorado Springs launched a survey to judge community sentiment about moving the Sky Sox minor-league baseball team into a new […]
In many communities, economic development is viewed as an investment in the community’s future. Economic development can be viewed in several different ways, from encouraging an entrepreneurial and startup-friendly business environment to actively recruiting larger companies to relocate to our region. Communities across the country see economic development as a requirement to remain competitive in […]
The economic indicators for Colorado were a mixed bag in October, according to the business conditions index from the Goss Institute for Economic Research. While the state’s economy continues to grow, telecommunications companies are cutting jobs, and manufacturing for durable goods have slowed, said Dr. Ernie Goss, director of the institute. “Non-durable goods producers are […]
Bal Seal Engineering Inc. broke ground Thursday on a 155,000 square-foot manufacturing plant that promises 200 jobs in the next two years. Local and state government officials, local business leaders, small business owners and Bal Seal employees celebrated at the 18-acre site, off InterQuest Parkway and Federal Drive in northern Colorado Springs. The project was […]
The United States and Mexico agreed Monday to work together when drilling for oil and gas below their maritime border in the Gulf of Mexico. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and Mexico’s foreign minister signed the deal at a ceremony in the Mexican resort of Los Cabos as Mexican President Felipe Calderon and U.S. […]
A Colorado Springs middle school and a university professor are experimenting with a physics program that could revolutionize the region’s future workforce.
City Councilman Tim Leigh has a lot of ideas. Some are wild — like getting Colorado Springs Utilities to build kayaking rapids in Fountain Creek. Some are big — like building a downtown, Olympic-themed sports arena. And some are just plain unconventional — like using money from the lease for Memorial hospital’s assets to pay […]