Gov. Jared Polis signed an executive order Oct. 21 that reinforced the national eviction halt at the state level.
A new national poll of the U.S. workforce shows 65 percent of employees with children in remote learning are feeling burnout during the pandemic.
Governor Jared Polis signed an executive order Oct. 19 activating up to 10 members of the Colorado National Guard Defensive Cyber Operations Element to assist with election cybersecurity defense during the 2020 Presidential election.
In the face of spiking COVID-19 metrics, El Paso County and Colorado Springs officials are warning more restrictions could be imposed if the numbers don’t start coming down.
School District 49 was awarded its third consecutive grant from the U.S. Department of Defense Education Activity. The $1.5 million grant titled, “Mission DNA (Deploying Numeracy Achievement): The Building Blocks of Mathematical Minds,” will "meet the goal of increasing military-connected st…
In a COVID-19 update Oct. 16, Governor Jared Polis discussed the state’s plan to distribute the vaccine once one is made available, and urged increased preventive measures in the face of rising cases.
Pueblo is one of 30 cities that will join the What Works Cities City Budgeting for Equity and Recovery program, Mayor Nick Gradisar and Bloomberg Philanthropies announced Oct. 15.
Revenue from the city of Colorado Springs’ 2 percent lodgers tax and 1 percent auto rental tax, together known as the LART Combined tax, dropped by 26.8 percent in September, as compared with September 2019. For the year to date, LART revenue is down 45.4 percent from the same period last year.
As COVID-19 cases trend upward in Colorado, Gov. Jared Polis gave an update Oct. 13 on the state’s response to the pandemic and discussed ways to support local restaurants during the crisis.
If you’re representing yourself in court, have questions about estate planning, family law matters, small claims cases or other legal matters, or need help navigating court processes, 4th Judicial District will hold a Legal Resource Day Oct. 30.
The U.S. Army has selected FirstNet to build network infrastructure that will support military firefighters, law enforcement and security personnel at 72 Army installations across the United States and Puerto Rico, including Fort Carson and Pueblo Chemical Depot.
The U.S. Small Business Administration has launched a streamlined loan forgiveness application for Paycheck Protection Program loans of $50,000 or less.
The Pikes Peak Regional Office of Emergency Management is seeking public comment on the final draft of the El Paso County Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan which aims to reduce risk and impact of disasters.
Springs tech accelerator Exponential Impact has won $50,000 in prize funding from the US Department of Energy: Energy Program for Innovation Clusters.
The Colorado Environmental Leadership Program awarded Blue Star Recyclers the 2020 24-Karat Gold Award "for expanding electronic recycling across the globe while employing and advocating for individuals with autism and developmental disabilities," according to a Colorado Department of Health…
El Paso County’s Economic Development Department has awarded more than $13 million in grants to local small businesses and nonprofits through the El Paso County Regional Business Relief Fund program.
Gov. Jared Polis is urging Coloradans not to get "complacent" about COVID-19 and to step up efforts to curb the spread of the deadly virus ahead of the holidays.
Public safety appears to be the big winner in Mayor John Suthers 2021 budget proposal that exceeds 2020 spending by 5.3 percent. The budget was submitted to City Council Oct. 5.
Centura Health and Humana Inc. have signed an in-network agreement in Colorado Springs, which expands access to care for Humana Medicare members.
Colorado Springs City Clerk Sarah Johnson released a preliminary City Council Redistricting Plan for the six city council districts Oct. 1, in accordance with the city charter and city code.
Danielle Summerville, the former executive director of Big Brothers Big Sisters – Pikes Peak, has been hired as the city of Colorado Springs’ diversity and community outreach programs manager.
The Space Foundation will present a weeklong series of virtual and in-person events under the banner “Space Unites” to celebrate World Space Week, starting Oct. 5.
Governor Jared Polis unveiled revised school outbreak guidelines in a Sept. 29 COVID-19 update, and expressed concern that Colorado schools are seeing lower enrollment during the pandemic.
Colorado business owners who want to develop or expand exports can apply for a portion of $700,000 in grants from the U.S. Small Business Administration.
September rent collections remain strong and an “eviction crisis is not on the horizon,” according to the Colorado Apartment Association.
The Downtown Partnership announced the weekend street closure of Tejon Street between Pikes Peak and Colorado avenues will be extended through Oct. 24, weather permitting. Dine Out Downtown, in which more than 25 restaurants offer expanded outdoor seating on sidewalks and other public spaces…
To boost voting access during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Colorado Secretary of State's office will provide funding for any county that opens Voter Service and Polling Centers the Sunday before Election Day.