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Report: State of region improved in Q4

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The Pikes Peak region saw both ups and downs during the fourth quarter of 2014 as the economy continued to climb slowly from recession-era lows, according to a report by the Southern Colorado Economic Forum. The report’s primary component, the Business Condition Index, indicated that the “local economy performed well during the fourth quarter, which… Continue Reading Report: State of region improved in Q4

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State cycling map now includes Colorado Springs trails

Colorado Springs has recently been included on the state’s upgraded Bicycle and Scenic Byways map. The Colorado Department of Transportation has given local governments across the state the opportunity to provide cycling information specific to their region. Colorado Springs was the third city to add its map and local data to the site (http://dtdapps.coloradodot.info/bike), according… Continue Reading State cycling map now includes Colorado Springs trails

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Epicentral adds Ivywild site, hosts Go Code

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Epicentral adds Ivywild site, hosts Go Code

Just under a year after buying a new building for her business, Epicentral Coworking owner Lisa Tessarowicz has signed a lease at the Ivywild School with plans to open a second collaborative environment in April — in the midst of Go Code season. The news comes on the toes of the Go Code Colorado app-development… Continue Reading Epicentral adds Ivywild site, hosts Go Code

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Taco Bueno breaks ground on three Springs stores

Dallas-based restaurant chain Taco Bueno broke ground Monday on three new Colorado Springs locations it plans to open later this year, creating more than 100 jobs. The company plans to open a restaurant at 7970 N. Academy Blvd. first, followed by one at 538 W. Garden of the Gods Road and another at the intersection of Dublin… Continue Reading Taco Bueno breaks ground on three Springs stores

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Cyber insurance grows amid troubles abroad

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Cyber insurance grows amid troubles abroad

Last year, vital information from 76 million households and 7 million small businesses was hacked from JPMorgan & Chase, the North Koreans allegedly breached Sony Pictures, and reported cyber attacks against Target, Neiman Marcus, Coca Cola, Home Depot and other companies cost banks an estimated $1 billion in damages. In fact, the number of international cyber… Continue Reading Cyber insurance grows amid troubles abroad

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Nonprofit to teach good prescribing practices

A Denver-based nonprofit plans to be the first in the state to offer “Prescribing Controlled Drugs: Critical Issues and Common Pitfalls,” a course designed to teach appropriate prescribing practices. The Center for Personalized Education for Physicians will offer the three-day course twice this year, according to a news release. It is intended for those who… Continue Reading Nonprofit to teach good prescribing practices

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New vehicle registrations down in January

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New vehicle registrations down in January

New vehicle registrations in Colorado decreased 8.3 percent in January 2015 from the same time last year, according to the Colorado Auto Outlook Report. There were 10,727 new cars and trucks registered in January compared to 11,702 in January 2014, according to the report published by the Colorado Automobile Dealers Association. “Considering we ended 2014… Continue Reading New vehicle registrations down in January

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Real estate trend tracker CoreLogic released data today indicating that nearly 900,000 single-family houses in the U.S. are at “high” or “very high” risk for wildfire damage, including 14,282 homes in Colorado Springs. The total homes, spread across 13 states, are estimated at $237 billion in reconstruction value, while the homes at risk in Colorado Springs… Continue Reading Report: Colorado Springs among cities with highest fire risk

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Temple Grandin to speak in Springs

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Temple Grandin to speak in Springs

World-renowned scientist, author and autism-awareness advocate Temple Grandin will speak this Friday at a conference in Colorado Springs, according to Springs-based nonprofit Cheyenne Village. Grandin will discuss the challenges she has faced as someone with autism and share her insights into dealing with the disorder to improve quality of life, according to a Cheyenne Village… Continue Reading Temple Grandin to speak in Springs

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Polaris Pointe to include water park

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Polaris Pointe to include water park

Nearly five years after Polaris Pointe (formerly Copper Ridge at Northgate) began as an urban renewal project in north Colorado Springs, businesses continue to slowly populate the development, including a large indoor water park and resort expected to open next year. Still without the infrastructure that was expected to support Polaris Pointe’s growth, developer/investor Gary… Continue Reading Polaris Pointe to include water park

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