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As many large retailers struggle, cities seek solutions

As old-guard retailers shutter stores and lay off workers in the face of shifting consumer habits, Colorado municipalities are in a precarious position due to an unusual tax structure that depends … more

Consumer safety group unveils its ‘worst toys’ list

Fidget spinners, a plastic Wonder Woman battle sword and a remote-controlled Spider-Man drone are among the toys topping a consumer safety group’s annual list of worst toys for the holidays. World … more

Metro North chamber hosts legislators

Business leaders and officials in the Metro North area can get a glimpse of the goings-on planned in the State Capital next year at a breakfast event Dec. 8. The Metro North Chamber of Commerce has invited state politicians to speak about their … more

Not just a man’s job

When Danell Kalcevic was in kindergarten, an assignment asked her to describe what she wanted to be when she grows up. “It sounds silly,” Kalcevic, 48, said, but what she put on the assignment was a farmer’s wife. Fast forward and … more

Taste of Westminster back at Ice Centre with double vendors, food

A spotlight on Westminster’s restaurants and small businesses returns to the Ice Centre at Promenade Nov. 9 with the third annual Taste of Westminster. The annual business show case is meant to highlight and promote local business across the … more

Westminster Downtown work moving ahead

Drivers should be able to see what’s happening at the Downtown Westminster development site with their own eyes in the next month as crews wrap up work on extending Westminster Boulevard. Real Estate and Development Manager Sarah Nurmela said … more

Innovation not just for big, trendy businesses

Entrepreneur and business consultant Tamara Kleinberg tried building her business around giving good, innovative ideas to clients — small business owners like her. “I thought the value of innovation was giving you good ideas,” Kleinberg … more

New owners hope to fill vacant spots in Northglenn Marketplace

New owners of the Northglenn Marketplace plan to refresh and re-energize the shopping center. The 55-acre site was purchased by affiliates of Connecticut-based Hutensky Capital Partners Oct. 17 for $48 million. The site is located at Interstate … more

Local Foods Campus still on order

Vern Thrap has unwavering optimism. Standing in a building in the midst of construction, he points at empty spaces. A coffee bar there. A deli farther in the back. Produce over there. Tharp, president of Local Foods Campus, Inc., is confident … more

Times are tough, but options exist for first-time homebuyers

Lacy Franks makes being a first-time homebuyer sound easy. Franks, who grew up in Black Hawk, bought her first home last September, a two-bedroom townhome just off I-225 in Aurora, for $220,000 after three months of searching throughout the metro … more

Business briefs

More business filings go online at Colorado Secretary of State Business wanted to file certain official documents with the Colorado Secretary of State must do so online, according to new rules. The state began requiring filings online for … more

Hiring event to restaff Colorado Mills

Dozens of retail stores in Colorado Mills, but small and large, shut their doors on May 8, after a massive hail storm damaged the mall's roof and flooded the mall's interior. Now the mall is set to reopen on Nov. 21, just in time for retail's … more

Adams County considers day care expansion

In-home day cares in unincorporated Adams County could take on twice as many children next year. The Adams County Commission reviewed the proposal from the Community and Economic Development Department during a study session Oct. 3. Kristin … more

Oil-gas groups sue over Thornton pipeline rules

Two oil and gas drilling trade groups filed a suit Oct. 10 seeking to overturn strict pipeline rules that Thornton City Council adopted in August. The suit, filed in Adams County District Court by the Colorado Oil and Gas Association and the … more

Outlet chain finds ‘premium’ home in Thornton

Thornton’s latest shopping center will work well because it’s a mix of high end retail at discounted prices, according to Simon Premium Outlet’s CEO Stephen Yalof. The fact that new Denver Premium Outlets is going up in the heart of the … more

My Name Is: Brian Lacertosa

I grew up in Southern California. I went to school at CSU in the early 90’s and fell in love with Colorado. I went back to California for almost 10 years and finally in 2003 I was able to move back to Colorado. I like the pace and … more

University of Phoenix to close campuses

The University of Phoenix is stopping on-campus enrollment and will close approximately 20 campuses across the country as part of a “teach-out” program. The university has three Colorado locations: one in Lone Tree, one in Westminster and one … more

Moss to head Metro North Chamber

Former Colorado television news anchor and Mile Hi Church Executive Director Gregg Moss will take over as president and chief executive of the Metro North Chamber of Commerce. The chamber’s board of directors announced the new job in a … more

Butterfly Pavilion flying off to Broomfield

Westminster will have four years to figure out a new use for the 11-acre parcel at 104th Avenue and Westminster Boulevard now that the Butterfly Pavilion has decided to move its base of operation to Broomfield. In a written statement, Westminster … more

Getting started in Colorado’s green boom

Colorado’s cannabis industry is really not like any other, to hear three industry experts tell it. On one hand, hard workers are in high demand. There is plenty of room for professionals with skills in just about any expertise — human … more
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