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Toni & Guy Academy plans move to central Springs

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The Toni & Guy Hairdressing Academy is moving from its far south Colorado Springs location into a three-story building at Union and Academy boulevards. The move allows the academy to double its space to nearly 18,000 square feet, and give the school a more campus-like feel, said Sandy Chandler, academy owner and director. The academy… Continue Reading Toni & Guy Academy plans move to central Springs

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Bass Pro Shops announced Wednesday that it has signed a letter of intent to open a 117,000-square-foot store at the planned 200-acre Copper Ridge retail development near North Gate Boulevard and Interstate 25. This is the first announcement developer Gary Erickson has made about the project since progress appeared to be stalled after El Paso County… Continue Reading With Bass Pro Shop, Copper Ridge springs back to life

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Vans to open official store at Chapel Hills

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The Chapel Hills Mall announced today that an official Vans store will begin construction on a 2,700-square foot space near J.C. Penney next week. Vans, an active footwear company, “is a leading lifestyle brand for today’s youth,” according to a press release from the mall. This will be the first official Vans store in Colorado… Continue Reading Vans to open official store at Chapel Hills

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Technology startup Oscium, which has ties to Colorado Springs, is grabbing national attention and being hailed as a company with a product that could change the world of electronics. Continue Reading Competition could put Springs, oscilloscope device, in technological limelight

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Mayor hosts town hall meeting about downtown

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Mayor Steve Bach will host his first town hall meeting to discuss his vision for downtown Colorado Springs and upcoming downtown events and festivals tonight. The meeting begins at 6:30 p.m. in the Carnegie Reading Room at the Penrose Public Library at 20 N. Cascade Ave. The mayor’s chief of economic development, Steve Cox, will… Continue Reading Mayor hosts town hall meeting about downtown

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Mining Exchange hotel now taking reservations

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The Mining Exchange, a Wyndham Grand Hotel scheduled to open downtown this spring, announced today that it is now accepting reservations for June 1 and beyond. The hotel has been accepting group and event reservations for two weeks, but just started allowing individual online room reservations today. Hotel management expects to open the doors in… Continue Reading Mining Exchange hotel now taking reservations

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El Paso County’s most expensive foreclosures

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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, Feb. 8. They are listed in order of bid amount. Continue Reading El Paso County’s most expensive foreclosures

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The man behind the Mining Exchange, a downtown Wyndham Grand Hotel due to open this spring, stands to lose more than $200,000 he invested in a LandCo development-related project on South Union Boulevard unless he rescues it from foreclosure. First Citizens Bank and Trust filed a notice of election and demand against The Ridge at… Continue Reading Mining Exchange developer could rescue LandCo project

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El Paso County citizens will soon have access to county forms and records from their mobile devices. The county hired Colorado Springs-based Ideavise, Inc. to design mobile applications that will give citizens easy access to such offices as the County Assessor and County Clerk. The county is in the process of moving toward a portal… Continue Reading El Paso County hires local firm to develop mobile apps

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Colorado medical marijuana business owners are turning their attention to Congressional lawmakers for banking relief now that a Colorado proposal to create their industry’s own financial institution was killed on Valentine’s Day. Sen. Pat Steadman’s, D-Denver, proposal to create a financial cooperative for medical marijuana businesses was postponed indefinitely by the Senate’s Finance Committee. It… Continue Reading MMJ dispensaries left with few options after bank bill dies

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