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What's down the road for Lone Tree?

Lone Tree seemingly always has some major development project within its limits and this year is no different. Among the many anticipated developments are the expansion of RidgeGate Parkway, the … more

Kumon owner drew inspiration from son's growth

Seeing your child succeed can provide inspiration for almost any parent. In Anil Kini's case, that success inspired him to open his own Kumon franchise in Lone Tree. According to a news release, Kini … more

Centennial Alfalfa's Market timeline unclear

Plans to remake a vacant big-box store in Centennial as an organic, local-minded grocer still have yet to hit the construction stage, and when the project will move forward is unclear. “Alfalfa's … more

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New branches for credit union The Canvas Credit Union family is setting down roots with two new branches in Castle Rock. For a local not-for-profit credit union such as Canvas, knowing your neighbors … more

Realtor association members earn emeritus status

Real estate professionals in the area were honored with Realtor Emeritus status during the South Metro Denver Realtor Association weekly Metro Market Pulse meeting July 12. According to a news … more

Housing market flattening out: 5 things to know

The Denver area’s real estate boom that saw rents and housing prices skyrocket in recent years is slowing down, experts say. “It’s flattened out a lot,” said Jill Schafer, the head of the … more

Creative solutions needed to meet workforce needs, Ivanka Trump told during area visit

Keeping Colorado's aerospace industry booming and competitive will require creative approaches to education, officials at Lockheed Martin told Ivanka Trump, senior White House adviser and the … more

'I'm all about experiences'

Fabian Valdez has a vision for one of Lone Tree's hottest spots. The owner of the Outpost Eatery wants to turn his 50-seat gastropub, sharing a building with two other owners, where Southern Comfort … more

Topgolf to host UNICEF summer party

Enjoy three hours of Topgolf, a fajita fiesta, prizes and fun in support of UNICEF. “This is a fun day for the entire family,” Greg Collins, community chair at UNICEF, said in a news release. … more

No probe planned into claims gun store bribed Polis recall signees

Allegations that a Castle Rock gun store bribed people into signing a petition to recall Democratic Gov. Jared Polis with free shooting range passes caused a recent social media furor and resulted in … more

5 things to know: What is Inverness business corridor?

When drivers get off Interstate 25 at East Dry Creek Road, they may have the familiar feeling of cruising through the Denver Tech Center. But although the street signs may look similar, that area is … more

Denver Water proposes removal of lead pipes

Denver Water is looking to tackle lead in consumer drinking water head-on — by removing all the lead pipes in its system. On July 1, the utility organization announced a new three-part plan to … more

CBD unregulated, but vendors undaunted

The sign in front of his business is subtle, yet Todd Muck said it can scare people off who are wary of the three-letter abbreviation and its association to the newest extension of the cannabis … more

RTD celebrates 50 years with party at Union Station

RTD has been moving people for 50 years. To celebrate, the Regional Transportation District will host a 50th anniversary party from 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Friday, July 12 at Union Station Plaza, 17th … more

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Modern Market at SouthGlenn The ninth Modern Market location in the metro area is set to open June 21 at The Streets at SouthGlenn, and to celebrate, the restaurant is throwing a block party from 11 … more

Effort seeks civic discourse, civility among different views

When Coloradans hear news reports that Amazon or any national tech giant is coming to to the state, Sam Bailey figures they imagine an invasion. “When you saw something on the news, like Amazon’s … more

Bonus Incentive Plans For Employees: What's The Point?

When I ask business owners about the possibility of installing an employee incentive plan, I often hear one of two responses: • “I would like to do something to reward my key employees for … more

Exercises train aging brains

Mental decline is widely viewed as an inevitable part of growing old. A Parker man is among those who say it doesn't have to be. Torsten Jess, a cognitive enhancement specialist and founder of Brain Function Optimization, LLC, has spent 16 years treating those with age-associated memory loss and mild cognitive impairments. It is his assertion that mental deterioration is not only avoidable, but that simple exercises can actually improve brain function with age. more

Ranch man offers nonprofits tech help

Garry Seaber, 53, of Highlands Ranch, who started a computer-refurbishing company in his garage, IT Liquidators, and now has a 6,000 square-foot warehouse in Littleton, along with Highlands Ranch and California offices, just recently launched a new division to help nonprofits save money. more

'Warrior Strong' shirts benefit Davis fund

If Jeff Wasden had not opened PROformance Apparel eight years ago, he might well have been inside Arapahoe High School on Dec. 13 when shots rang out, critically wounding 17-year-old student Claire … more
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