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Opinions divided on 'scraping' in older neighborhoods

Scrape-offs — homes demolished and replaced with larger, newer ones by developers — have remade vast swaths of Denver in recent years, with hundreds popping up in trendy neighborhoods like … 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

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

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

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

Economic forecast considers big projects

In its second annual meeting, a regional chamber review of the economy in the Metro North area will focus on four specific projects. “We’re taking a new approach to this event in Year Two,” … more

Mothers’ Milk Bank celebrates its 12,000th human milk donor

As a neonatal nurse practitioner, Kathryn Brecht, of Denver, spends her days caring for fragile newborns, many of whom rely on donor human milk. “I see the benefits of donor human milk on a daily … 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

Westminster Downtown housing project kicks off

City officials and Westminster Downtown developers celebrated Dec. 19 that a mixed retail and housing project with 118 affordable apartments will start going up on Westminster Downtown, just … more

Forming healthy financial habits at Young Americans Center

Every great financial empire had to start with just a few dollars going into a bank account somewhere. Which means 14-year-old Katelyn Osborne, who lives in Denver, is ahead of the curve when it … more

A site for sharing your sporting goods

With a background in running track and camping, Justine Barone thought she might like snowshoeing - but she wasn’t sure. New gear cost up to $200 and renting snow shoes and poles for $30 a day … more

After race to the finish, Local Foods opens

Westminster’s Local Food Market was two years in the planning and four months in the making: they weren’t about let a little thing like a shelf tag glitch stop their grand opening. The … more

Economic forecast: Fair to partly cloudy

Colorado's roaring economy, though still a national leader, may be beginning to calm somewhat, while pressures in the state — such as stagnant wages and skyrocketing housing prices — as well as … more

New tax law presents opportunities, if you are careful

The major tax overhaul by Congress means immediate changes in how some people file their taxes this season. Fran Coet, founder of Westminster-based Coet2 CPAs, has some advice to navigate the … 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

Denver approves first legal marijuana club in city limits

Officials in Colorado's largest city on Feb. 26 approved Denver's first legal marijuana club and joined a small number of business across the country allowing people to consume in states where adult … more

Before careers can soar, pilots must pay their dues

When Matt Stege was 6 years old, three T6 World War II trainer planes flew over his house en route to an air show. There was just something about it, he said, recalling that day when he stood on the … more

Westminster Local Foods campus back on track

A long-awaited locally sourced grocery store in the former Albertson’s at 72nd and Sheridan Boulevard could be ready to open next month - with a new ownership group. “We are very much ready,” … 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

Colorado aerospace companies flying high

Colorado’s economy may be more associated with beer and marijuana than space, but the state’s robust aerospace industry is flying high. Leaps in technology and beefed-up defense spending have … more
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