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Sky Sox, Domino’s announce third year of charity

The Colorado Springs Sky Sox announced they will once again be partnering with Domino’s Pizza to showcase local charities. The joint venture, named “Charity Spotlight,” is designed to help charities in the Colorado Springs area. “In the current economic environment, many charities are working harder than ever to meet budgets to support the ever increasing demand… Continue Reading Sky Sox, Domino’s announce third year of charity

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Freedom Financial Services changing name, logo

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Freedom Financial Services changing name, logo

Freedom Financial Services, a division of Mortgage Solutions of Colorado, LLC, is changing its name to Mortgage Solutions Financial. “With growth comes challenges, and one of our challenges has been that the name Freedom Financial Services has not been available in most states. But the name Mortgage Solutions Financial was available and is now attached… Continue Reading Freedom Financial Services changing name, logo

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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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Demolition paves way for Cimarron interchange project

The view from Interstate 25 near Cimarron Street (U.S. Hwy. 24) is about to change as the Colorado Department of Transportation begins demolishing several structures in the northwest quadrant of the interchange. Approximately five structures, a few pole barns, sheds and two billboards will be removed, allowing the interchange reconstruction project to begin this spring. “The… Continue Reading Demolition paves way for Cimarron interchange project

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Business idea pitch academy Friday

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Business idea pitch academy Friday

The High Altitude Investors (HAI) are working in conjunction with the Rockies Venture Club (RVC) in preparation for the HAI Forum on Feb. 12 in Colorado Springs. Rather than the Colorado Springs Technology Incubator holding an investor pitch clinic at this time, it suggests and recommends that those who want to consider making an investment opportunity… Continue Reading Business idea pitch academy Friday

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Vanpool program accepting applications

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Vanpool program accepting applications

Whether you travel to Denver or to one of the local military bases, vanpools can be a smart choice for commuters who live and work near each other. The city’s Mountain Metro Rides group is accepting applications for its vanpool program. The van, insurance, fuel, maintenance and an emergency ride home are all included. Sign… Continue Reading Vanpool program accepting applications

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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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Mayor makes selections for Urban Renewal and Housing Authority boards

Mayor Steve Bach announced today the reappointment of Valerie Hunter and appointment of Zachary McComsey to fill two positions on the Colorado Springs Urban Renewal Authority Board. Additionally, the Mayor reappointed Roland Laning to serve on the Colorado Springs Housing Authority Board.  Colorado Springs Urban Renewal Authority Board Valerie Hunter has a background in business,… Continue Reading Mayor makes selections for Urban Renewal and Housing Authority boards

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RFP to be released for Pikes Peak Summit House

The city is scheduled to release a formal Request for Proposals (RFP) for architectural and engineering services for the new Pikes Peak Summit House this morning, Monday, Feb. 2. This marks a significant milestone for the long-deferred plan to replace the rundown 1965 structure. Twenty years ago, a comprehensive master plan for Pikes Peak identified… Continue Reading RFP to be released for Pikes Peak Summit House

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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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