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Springs’ leases among lowest cost in U.S.

The growing reliance on cloud computing is reshaping traditional network computing and boosting demand for leased data center space in the U.S. For occupiers leasing a data center, Colorado Springs ranks among the markets with the lowest total project cost for leasing a data center, according to CBRE Group Inc. The CBRE Group, a commercial… Continue Reading Springs’ leases among lowest cost in U.S.

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FEMA flood projects begin in several Colorado Springs parks

The City of Colorado Springs Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services will continue repair work on numerous locations in parks which sustained significant damages during the September 2013 floods. Contractors will begin the repair projects today, Dec. 8 and continue for the next eight to 12 weeks (weather dependent). The FEMA flood damage projects will cost… Continue Reading FEMA flood projects begin in several Colorado Springs parks

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Hilton helps veterans seeking jobs

The Colorado Department of Labor and Employment (CDLE) lauded Hilton Worldwide recently for its partnership with the agency that provides veterans with hotel accommodations when they are traveling for job interviews or attending training. The program, called the CDLE Hilton HHonors Military Program, is in place in several states. It formally launches in Colorado at Hilton… Continue Reading Hilton helps veterans seeking jobs

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Pikes Peak travelers break attendance record

Thinking of driving to the top of Pikes Peak – America’s Mountain? You’re in good company. The Pikes Peak Highway recently exceeded the annual attendance record of 340,329 that was set in 1971. Pikes Peak – America’s Mountain has seen a 23 percent increase from 2013 and 28 percent more than 2012. The trend of… Continue Reading Pikes Peak travelers break attendance record

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Incline open for business

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Incline open for business

The Manitou Incline officially opened Friday, Dec. 5, with anxious climbers lining the entryway, awaiting the official ribbon cutting. Colorado Springs City Council’s Jill Gaebler, Manitou Springs Mayor Marc Snyder and the project’s manager, Sarah Bryarly were among those who spoke prior to the opening. “The Manitou Incline is part of our great legacy in… Continue Reading Incline open for business

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Creekside project on track, not on budget

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Creekside project on track, not on budget

After a decade of waiting, followed by months of unanticipated delay, officials now say visitors at America the Beautiful Park will have access to Fountain Creek by July. The Creekside at America the Beautiful Park project stalled just after its summer 2014 groundbreaking, when Colorado Springs Utilities workers encountered hazardous building materials buried beneath the… Continue Reading Creekside project on track, not on budget

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The Home Front Cares partner to offer financial counseling to veterans

The Home Front Cares is partnering with GreenPath, a 50-year-old nonprofit credit counseling organization, to provide comprehensive financial counseling, education and money management tools to Colorado veterans and service members. The nonprofit Home Front Cares pays essential life expenses for Colorado veterans and military families in need. As their clients have shifted from primarily active… Continue Reading The Home Front Cares partner to offer financial counseling to veterans

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Damioli to replace Bartolin as Broadmoor president/CEO

The Broadmoor has announced its sixth change in leadership since the historic Colorado Springs landmark opened its doors in 1918. Steve Bartolin, who has served as the hotel’s president and CEO for nearly 24 years, said in a news release Wednesday he will step down March 1 to become chairman. Bartolin will be replaced by… Continue Reading Damioli to replace Bartolin as Broadmoor president/CEO

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Goodwill to open newest Springs store Dec. 13

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Goodwill to open newest Springs store Dec. 13

Discover Goodwill of Southern and Western Colorado plans to host a ceremony Dec. 13 to celebrate the opening of its newest retail center in northern Colorado Springs. The ribbon-cutting will serve as the grand opening for the new Goodwill store at 4158 Austin Bluffs Parkway at 9:45 that morning, according to a news release. The event… Continue Reading Goodwill to open newest Springs store Dec. 13

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BearCom acquires Frontier Radio Communications

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BearCom acquires Frontier Radio Communications

BearCom Group, Inc., the nation’s largest and preeminent provider of two-way wireless communications equipment and solutions, announced Dec. 1 the acquisition of Denver-based Frontier Radio Communications Inc. Since 1988, Frontier Radio has served thousands of two-way radio customers in the industrial and manufacturing sectors, hospitality, education, hospitals, public safety, and other organizations from its locations in Colorado… Continue Reading BearCom acquires Frontier Radio Communications

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