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Women's fitness center finds new home

From humble beginnings, Camp MissFits is reaching new heights. The women's fitness center, founded in 2006 by Priscilla Freed, started out meeting in public parks. After years in a cramped studio … more

Builder proposes attached dwellings in Englewood

A Colorado Springs home builder wants to bring 72 attached dwellings to Englewood. The Galiant Homes home builder met with Englewood residents on Dec. 5 as part of an informal presentation that … more

Short-term rental issue returns to Englewood City Council

Englewood City Council was nearly at the finish line last October for an ordinance to regulate short-term rentals, a service where homeowners rent out their residence or rooms for 30 days or less. … more

Handcrafted jewelry store comes to Englewood

Back in 2000, Sarah DeAngelo was running around a steakhouse in Beverly Hills taking food orders as a server. On impulse, DeAngelo quit her job after a customer was rude to her, and the next day, she … more

Swanky sushi spot opens in Littleton

Sushi fanatics looking for a next-level experience might be surprised that one of the hippest new spots isn't in LoDo or RiNo, but a quiet strip mall in Littleton. Makizushico opened in December at … more

New president named for Colorado Business Roundtable

Colorado Business Roundtable has appointed Debbie Brown as president. Brown will begin leading COBRT in January. “Throughout all my work in Colorado, a common thread is my passion for economic … more

In their Business

New 24 Hour Fitness Area residents can start the new year off on the right foot with a little help from the new 24 Hour Fitness South Parker club, opening this holiday season. The 24 Hour Fitness … more

Final Denver Metroplex flight-path study upholds planned changes

The federal government's final analysis of a plan to reroute airplane traffic in the Denver metro area didn't offer changes to proposed flight paths for Centennial Airport that have riled up local … more

Colorado auto group takes high polluters off road: 5 things to know

In 2007, Colorado's then-Gov. Bill Ritter made a push to tackle climate change. Among the efforts: suggesting that Colorado adopt a policy similar to California's stringent auto-emission regulations. … more

Brewer creates beer in honor of STEM victim

When Kendrick Castillo used to hang around his dad’s homebrewing friends, he made quite an impression. When one friend, who now owns Strange Craft Beer Company in Denver, learned of the … more

DISH to bring jobs, 5G network to Littleton

Littleton officials are tuning into a plan by DISH Network to bring new jobs and a 5G broadband network to town, but the full picture is still a little fuzzy. A convoluted series of mergers, lawsuits … more

Getting in the spirit of the season at St. Nicks

It's hard to be a “Bah, humbug” type at St. Nicks Christmas and Collectibles. The sprawling store at 5221 S. Santa Fe Drive, topped by a statue of Santa Claus, is perhaps the sole remaining … more

Hobby shop is home for hands-on activities

All the cool kids are building models these days, and Littleton’s newest hobby shop is here to help. Old-school hobbies — and some new ones — are on the rise, said Corey Bosworth, the owner of … more

Lone Tree council approves In-N-Out Burger

Executives for In-N-Out Burger aim to open both of its first Colorado locations on the same day — they just won't say when exactly. On Nov. 19, Aaron Anderson, project manager for In-N-Out Burger, … more

Q&A: What is the South Metro Denver Realtor Association?

When a local real estate organization chose its new home, it was — of course — all about location. “Being in Centennial makes things easier for many of our Realtor members when they are out … more

Streets at SouthGlenn kicks off holidays with tree lighting

Santa Claus will make a grand entrance into Commons Park aboard a holiday-themed Clydesdale carriage at the Streets at SouthGlenn's annual holiday tree-lighting celebration. Holiday events and … more

Repair shop, insurer come through for veteran

Thornton resident Thomas Barta found himself in a rough situation when a reckless driver hit his older parked vehicle. He said there wasn't much hope for replacing it after the collision. Barta, an … more

Contractors cited for not following lead-safe requirements

Some Denver-area contractors have been found in violation of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s lead-based paint Renovation, Repair and Painting rule. According to a news release, the rule … more

Short-term rental ordinance still up in air

Englewood City Council has decided to pump the brakes on an ordinance concerning short-term rentals, a service where homeowners rent out their residences, either whole houses or rooms, for 30 days or … more

Molson Coors closing Denver office, cutting 500 jobs

Molson Coors Brewing Co. is laying off 500 workers worldwide and restructuring its operations as it faces declining beer sales. The company expects to save $150 million by closing offices in Denver … more
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