The city has scheduled a neighborhood meeting for Oct. 6 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. to hear from residents about gating Old Stage Road at night. The meeting will be held at Cheyenne Mountain Junior High, 1200 W. Cheyenne Road.

The arts have long been an undisputed catalyst for economic growth and innovation. It’s also well-known that a vibrant arts and cultural sector creates jobs, attracts investment, generates tax revenue, and stimulates local economies through cultural tourism and consumer purchases. According to the most recent Arts & Economic Prosperity study, conducted by Americans for the Arts, the nonprofit arts and cultural sector in the Pikes Peak region generates $153.3 million in annual economic impact, and supports 5,070 full-time equivalent jobs.

Colorado Springs Airport saw 195,364 total passengers travel in and out of the airport in August — up just 1.7 percent on August last year. But that number is 25.9 percent higher than pre-COVID travel in August 2019.

The Mayor's Office today announced its finalists for the ninth annual Mayor’s Young Leader Awards. The program celebrates the outstanding achievements of young professionals aged 40 and under who are making a positive impact in Colorado Springs through their professional and volunteer activities. 

Pikes Peak State College is now home to a new center for developing community leaders — one of 10 in the nation established by the nonprofit organization The Citizens Campaign.

Pikes Peak State College has made the 2022 Military Times Best for Vets: Colleges list, ranking 6th in the country for two-year schools and 47th overall.

When Juaquin Mobley’s family immigrated to America from the Dominican Republic to build a life in New York City, the first place they went for support was the barbershop. Historically, the barbershop has been somewhere to get a haircut, yes — but more importantly it’s served as a refuge, a s…

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The lie at the heart of Monopoly is that each player starts with the same money, at the same place on the board. It’s the lie at the heart of business and entrepreneurship, too. No one’s really starting on Go. Some set off with a fistful of extra cash their great-grandpa won in a 1951 game; …

When Harry Salzman bought his first house in Colorado Springs, he thought he was lucky because the interest rate had lowered from 9 to 8½ percent. He couldn’t have envisioned that home buyers would be dropping out of the market with rates at 6 percent.

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Dozens of residents have flooded the city with messages taking issue with a proposal to install a gate on Old Stage Road that would bar traffic from "late evening" through "early morning hours" due to "public safety issues," the city said in a notice of a neighborhood meeting about the closure plan.