Three days after being hit with a ransomware attack, Sinclair Broadcast Group was still limping along without email, phones, file video or graphics, anonymous reporters told CNN. Sinclair reported in a United States Securities and Exchange Commission filing Oct. 17 that several servers had b…

With supply chains strained, the COVID-19 pandemic still gripping the nation and inflation looming, investors may be nervous about their portfolios and wondering what actions they should take.

“Eclectic CO. would not exist without the Downtown Partnership’s Pop-Up program,” says Peri Bolts, who has owned the popular cooperative retail space on North Tejon Street since 2018. That was the year she quit her job as a Starbucks manager — on a whim — and applied for a special Pop-Up lea…

Vote “yes” committees for the city of Colorado Springs’ two ballot issues on the Nov. 2 ballot are drawing big money, with most coming from the usual suspects — construction companies, police and fire organizations, philanthropists, and developers.

Retail store owners count on holiday sales to carry them through the slowest months of the year — from January to April. And some store owners are expecting that customers will want a return to a traditional shopping experience — hot cider and cookies, courtesy gift wrapping and taking their…

There’s a Spider-Man story where Peter Parker signs up to work for one Tony Stark, CEO of the global tech giant, Stark Industries. As a new company man, he gets a cool new employee costume (er, uniform).

More than 6,000 Westside residents mobilized to fight a proposal for 420 apartments and additional commercial development at 2424 Garden of the Gods Road. And neighbors near a planned conversion of the Springs Ranch Golf Course into a 900-1,000 unit single-family and multifamily home develop…

Monse and Timothy Hines discovered muralist Paes164 through a mutual friend. It wasn’t long before two vibrant murals appeared on the walls of the couple’s Old Colorado City building; the most recent is a woman dancing, a tribute to the El Salvadoran culture behind their family-owned pupuseria.

The developer of a tract of land at 2424 Garden of the Gods Road has asked a District Court judge to overturn the Colorado Springs City Council’s Aug. 24 decision to deny a rezoning request, concept plan and master plan amendment to allow for a residential/commercial development at the foot …

The pandemic hit the arts hard, with devastating losses in employment and earnings nationwide. Locally, a variety of grant and low-interest loan opportunities and resources have been offered to help arts organizations navigate the rough waters.

Recently installed signs surrounding Colorado College proclaim, “No parking except permit holders.” It’s part of a plan designed by the college, city and residents to prevent students, faculty and staff from invading surrounding neighborhoods and blocking driveways.

Genevieve Gustavson was among those who fled their homes in Mountain Shadows as the Waldo Canyon fire bore down in 2012, claiming 347 homes and two lives. So she’s not eager to see more residents flood into her neighborhood, considering some 26,000 people barely made it out alive nine years ago.

Nick Adkins and Weilani Bowers built a small but robust business, Manitou French Pastries, at the west end of Manitou Avenue in Manitou Springs. Adkins opened the business in 2018, and Bowers, who worked with him, took it over in March 2020.

Launched just six years ago, the Catalyst Campus for Technology and Innovation is bursting at the seams, triggering an ambitious expansion plan that will cost $68 million for infrastructure and overhaul a part of eastern Downtown.

The 36th Space Symposium will make its post-COVID return to Colorado Springs next week. The annual event, hosted by the Space Foundation and usually held in April at The Broadmoor hotel, features the crème de la crème of the international space community — military, industry and academic pro…

Paid parking in Colorado Springs has been a fact of life for years now — and through the city’s Parking Enterprise, the system runs pretty smoothly.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has made employee wellness a priority, with even small businesses — often unaccustomed to structured wellness programs — looking to revamp their approach. 

A delegation of 65 community leaders, business people and elected officials are hoping their nearly 1,700-mile trip to Washington, D.C., in September translates into solutions to some nagging problems facing the Pikes Peak region.

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Dr. Jeffrey Moody was on call every other night for two years — then he was on call every day for two years after that, sleeping at the hospital during shifts. Finally, he was on call from his home for four years.