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Intelligent Software Solutions, based in Colorado Springs, announced the release of its next generation suite of command and control solutions programs — C2Core. The software provides strategy, planning, execution and assessment capabilities, according to a release from the company. C2Core software is the foundation for several mission-critical solutions. The company’s software is used in military… Continue Reading CS military software company releases new suite of programs

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Innovations in Aging hosting workshop

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The Colorado Springs Innovations for Aging Collaborative is preparing to meet the baby boomer wave that’s about to wash over El Paso County. The collaborative is hosting a workshop April 21 at Colorado College’s Worner Campus Center. The objective of the meeting is to identify a project related to aging that the community can rally… Continue Reading Innovations in Aging hosting workshop

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Woodmen Road open house Wednesday

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The City of Colorado Springs will present the second phase of its Woodmen Road expansion plans during an open house Wednesday. The second phase calls for expanding the road from four lanes to six between Academy Boulevard and Lexington Drive. It also includes the addition of sidewalks, bike lanes and landscaping from Stinson Road to Powers Boulevard. Planners… Continue Reading Woodmen Road open house Wednesday

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Hyacinth’s Boutique and Spa is preparing to move into vacant space on the struggling block of Bijou Street between Tejon Street and Cascade Avenue. The block endured a hard winter during which time two restaurant closed, a photography shop moved out and no leases were signed. Claudine Malcolm-Telley plans to open her business at 24 E.… Continue Reading Spa and boutique going in on quiet downtown street

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Following are the most expensive foreclosures over $200,000 that sold at the El Paso County Public Trustee’s foreclosure auction on Wednesday, March28. They are listed in order of bid amount. Continue Reading El Paso County’s most expensive foreclosures

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Cigna adds CSHP to accountable care access

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Cigna has expanded its collaborative accountable care program to 10 new initiatives – one of which includes Colorado Springs Health Partners. The initiatives also involve doctor groups in six other states: Maine, New York, North Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia. With the additions, Cigna has 22 collaborative accountable care programs in 13 states that cover… Continue Reading Cigna adds CSHP to accountable care access

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Rocky Mountain PBS and the Space Foundation are partnering for a public event that brings together some of the world’s greatest scientific minds at the International Space Symposium April 16-19. The symposium and PBS are presenting “Superstars of Space and Science with Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson” April 19 from 2 to 7 p.m. The event… Continue Reading PBS, Space Foundation bring “superstars” event to Space Symposium

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Frontier Airlines, which has a hub in Denver and operates  flights out of Colorado Springs, made a big leap up in this year’s Airline Quality Ratings. The 22nd annual AQR report, released this week, reflects the nation’s airline performance in four categories: on-time performance; involuntary denied boardings; mishandled baggage reports; and consumer complaints. In 2011,… Continue Reading Frontier Airlines scores high in annual quality report

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It’s more than 5,000 miles to London and Olympians and Paralympians are challenging the community to walk there with them. In celebration of the 2012 summer Olympic games, Colorado Springs Olympians and Paralympians will be part of the “Walk to London 2012” event, joining residents in community walks and rallies where every step will be… Continue Reading Local Olympic athletes host “Walk to London” to celebrate the summer games

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Americans to spend more on Easter

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Americans are expected to spend 11 percent more on clothing and candy for Easter this year than they did last year, according to survey results from the National Retail Federation. The average Americans are expected to spend $145.28, up from $131.04 last year, according to the report. That rate of spending rises above 2008 levels… Continue Reading Americans to spend more on Easter

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