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Local firms partner to produce fresh-food app

A collaborative effort between two local companies has resulted in the creation of a mobile app to help residents find and buy food grown or produced within 67 miles of Colorado Springs. The LocalFood CS app, which will be free upon its release later this week, was the result of a collaboration between LocalMotive and… Continue Reading Local firms partner to produce fresh-food app

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C4C event to discuss involvement of arts community

The City for Champions organization has scheduled a community arts forum Tuesday, Feb. 17, at which to provide updates on the four C4C projects and explore the creative sector’s involvement. During the event, scheduled from 5:30 – 7 p.m. in Studio Bee of the Pikes Peak Center, those involved will discuss with the audience ways… Continue Reading C4C event to discuss involvement of arts community

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Westside Neighbors to host mayoral, city council forum

The Organization of Westside Neighbors has scheduled an event Tuesday, Feb, 24, aimed at allowing the community to get to know the city’s mayoral and City Council candidates. The event, 5:30-8:30 p.m. at the Westside Community Center (17th and Bijou streets), will include a two-hour forum as well as meet-and-greet time before and after, according… Continue Reading Westside Neighbors to host mayoral, city council forum

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Godec’s stays true through change of ownership

Photography may be an art, but it’s also a business — at least both are the case for Godec’s Photo Supply in downtown Colorado Springs. But, just as with art, businesses age and are passed along, sometimes falling into the hands of a third party who may approach it with new enthusiasm. “Once photos get… Continue Reading Godec’s stays true through change of ownership

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Nolan to open third restaurant in former firehouse

Colorado Springs businessman and restaurateur Johnny Nolan has purchased an old firehouse on the city’s Westside with plans to open his third restaurant. Nolan, the owner of popular Springs restaurants Southside Johnny’s and Johnny’s Navajo Hogan, closed on the 106-year-old, two-story structure at 817 W. Colorado Ave. Feb. 5. He paid $340,000. Since its days as… Continue Reading Nolan to open third restaurant in former firehouse

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Crowds gather to support Carson

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Crowds gather to support Carson

Hundreds of people from across Colorado gathered Tuesday afternoon at Centennial Hall in Colorado Springs to show support for the Fort Carson Army post, which faces a potential cut of up to 16,000 soldiers — two-thirds of the Mountain Post’s personnel — by 2020. The Keep Carson Strong event was hosted by a partnership between… Continue Reading Crowds gather to support Carson

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City seeks members for Liquor and Licensing Board

The City of Colorado Springs is seeking one volunteer and one alternate to serve on the Liquor and Licensing Board, according to a news release. Members of the board must be knowledgeable about liquor laws and have enough time to review the agenda and attend meetings, which are held the first and third Friday of… Continue Reading City seeks members for Liquor and Licensing Board

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The Colorado Springs-based Space Foundation has release a list of top government and military officials who will speak at this year’s 31st annual Space Symposium. The event, which is scheduled for April 13-16 at The Broadmoor, will include an expanded technical track and two classified tracks — Cyber 1.5 and the Space Classified program —… Continue Reading Space Foundation announces 2015 Space Symposium speakers

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BBB warns of heightened phishing threat

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BBB warns of heightened phishing threat

The phishing threat level has changed from green to red, according to the Better Business Bureau. The BBB of Southern Colorado informed its members last week of increased activity by scammers sending “bogus emails” to business owners to obtain sensitive information. The BBB said in a news release that the emails ask recipients to open… Continue Reading BBB warns of heightened phishing threat

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Groups to host event focused on hiring vets

Three Colorado organizations have teamed up to encourage local companies and nonprofits to hire veterans and will host an event Feb. 26 to iterate that point. The Pikes Peak Workforce Center  partnered with the Small Business Development Center and the Procurement Technical Assistance Center to host the day-long event, which will expose employers to recruiting… Continue Reading Groups to host event focused on hiring vets

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