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Community members can win green for being green this month. The  Colorado Springs Office of Innovation and Sustainability is sponsoring an online contest to reward people who are caught “green-handed” recycling, biking to work or any one of 20 sustainability activities. Participants should upload photos to the OIS Facebook page. Those who enter photos in… Continue Reading Facebook contest to reward sustainable behavior

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Carmax is building a new garage at its Powers Auto Park location for reconditioning work for its vehicles in the Springs and Denver. The national used car dealer opened its location at 4014 Tutt Blvd. in June of 2008, said Carmax spokeswoman Elia Imler. The new garage is an expansion into the service center, she… Continue Reading Carmax to recondition Denver inventory at Springs garage

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Ready or not, businesses will see their facebook pages switch over to the new timeline format today. While reactions to the change are likely to be mixed, local social media strategist Glenn J. Miller says the timeline format offers beneficial tools for businesses. “We’ve seen this before,” he said. “Every four months or six months,… Continue Reading Business Facebook pages switch to timeline today, but it’s all good, consultant says

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Another popular Colorado Springs food truck operator has found a permanent location. Liz Rosenbaum, owner of Her Story Café food truck hopes to open at 2356 S. Academy Blvd. by the end of April and will expand her soup and sandwich menu offerings to include breakfast. She shared news Wednesday about her new location while selling… Continue Reading Her Story Cafe food truck gets permanent location

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Brewery in Roundhouse sets timeline to open

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Colorado Mountain Brewery has started construction on its second location in the Roundhouse at Highway 24 and 21st Street. Continue Reading Brewery in Roundhouse sets timeline to open

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Springtime ushers in open-house season

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The sunny spring weather has open house signs popping up all over town. There were 20 open houses scheduled for March 31 and April 1 as of Wednesday morning on the Pikes Peak Association of Realtors website. “The last two weeks in a row, I’ve had open houses,” said George Nehme, an agent with Platnum… Continue Reading Springtime ushers in open-house season

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Pikes Peak Chocolate and Ice Cream in Manitou Springs opened its second shop earlier this month in downtown Colorado Springs. Owner, Laura Thomason, opened the first store five years ago. “She was looking to open another location,” said Rose Rozell, the store manager at Colorado Springs location. “With Manitou being so small, she didn’t want… Continue Reading Manitou chocolate and ice cream shop makes a go downtown

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Four golfers who participate in the May 17 Mayor’s Cup golf fundraiser will have a shot at winning $1 million if they can make a hole in one. At the golf fundraising event, held at The Broadmoor,  Mayor Steve Bach will sign four golf balls and place them into golfer sleeves. Golfers who find one… Continue Reading Mayor’s Cup golfers will get chance to win a million bucks

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Business Journal honors young professionals

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The Colorado Springs Business Journal honored 40 young professionals this week at its annual Rising Stars event at Cheyenne Mountain Resort. Honored for their dedication to the profession and to the community, the “40 under 40” came from banks, nonprofits, health care and education. As varied as their professions are, they have similar dedication to… Continue Reading Business Journal honors young professionals

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Next weekend, about 500 ladies dressed in pink and green will fill the streets of downtown Colorado Springs. Alpha Kappa Alpha, a national African-American sorority, is having its regional meeting March 29-April 1 at the Antlers Hilton starting March 29 – and the group is expected to bring about $400,000 to the area’s hotels and… Continue Reading AKA to bring $400,000 economic impact to downtown

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