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Colorado supply of homes rises, prices still climb — just more slowly

From June 2021 to June this year, the number of active listings for single-family homes in the Denver metro area jumped up by about 52%. Statewide, the number saw about a 43% uptick. But despite the larger pool of options, home prices continue to climb. more

Dawson Trails proposal in Castle Rock includes 5,800 housing units, 3.2M square feet of commercial, Costco

Castle Rock officials will be considering an amended plan for the 2,000-acre Dawson Trails development this month, to include funding for the Crystal Valley Interchange and a possible Costco. more

PHOTO GALLERY: Big Boy comes roaring back

Having Big Boy 4014, Union Pacific's massive 1940s-era steam train engine, blast through Fort Lupton and Bright is becoming an annual experience. This is the third year straight the rail company … more

Castle Rock approves mid-year staff raise

Responding to rising inflation and numerous unfilled employee positions at the Town of Castle Rock, board members approved an additional $1.6 million to increase pay and offer a monthly stipend for … more

Brighton’s Palazzi Plaza has a new doughnut shop

Jane Rodriquez said her strength is in business management while her friend, Joe Berkane is a baker. The pair decided to combine their expertise and the result is Brighton's newest doughnut shop. more

Walker returns to prefab concrete industry in Brighton

Philip Walker is the new director of business development for the Mountain States region of Wells, a national prefabricated concrete building manufacturer.  The company's western … more

New ride in town

The City of Brighton brings environmentally-friendly Bird electric e-scooters to the community as another source of transportation. The city officials launched the Bird scooters on June 30 at … more

LeBlanc stepping down as Fort Lupton chamber executive director

Cody Leblanc, Fort Lupton Chamber of Commerce executive director, is resigning as of January 30, according to a news release. Leblanc joined the Chamber in July 2021 but announced to the Chamber … more

Tavern owners double down

The original location of Max Taps Co. survived 2020, a feat that shaped founder Dave Gardner’s outlook on opening a second taproom. “If we can make it through that, with nobody allowed in a bar, … more

Parker hears first look at possible Mainstreet developments

Parker’s Urban Renewal Authority heard proposals for the first time from the company that may develop several plots of land along the town’s Mainstreet, including Pine Curve, during an … more

Honey B's grows with community

Honey B’s Macarons has evolved in the six years it’s been located in Highlands Ranch. In that time, Michelle Naherny, owner and baker, has seen her customer’s lives unfold and change as well. … more

Trestles Coastal Cuisine stays flexible

Lobster rolls are once again available at a locally-owned Castle Pines eatery — and the menu change is emblematic of how the establishment survived its first five years in business.  Owned by … more

Centennial Hospital 'genuinely cares about patients,' team members say

It’s the people that set Centennial Hospital apart from other hospitals, says Lewis Franzen, a 70-year-old hospital volunteer. more

Mercantile to move to Meadows

After a year and a half of Castle Rock’s Mercantile by Farmgirl Foods offering a whole world of locally produced foods and goods right in the heart of downtown, its doors will close on April … more

Family beef company has Littleton presence

Behind the small shop selling tomahawk steaks and tri-tip roasts in Littleton’s historic Coors Building is a large family business.  The 800-square-foot retail space is an extension of La Vaca … more

Vibe Foods on healthy path

Shannon Weston said she could write books about how hard it’s been to expand her Lone Tree-based business during the pandemic.  While many businesses were contracting, Vibe Foods opened its … more

A tasty and healthy energy bar

Casey Nunnelly and Sabina Rizzo knew there had to be a way to make healthy energy bars taste better. Unsatisfied with products on the market, they set out to make their own. And in August 2019, they … more

Centennial business 'bringing joy’ through herbalism

After studying biochemistry, pharmacology, ecology and a master’s degree in teaching, Bridget Molloy wanted to save the world. more

For some south metro residents, O'Toole's Garden Center was a 'lifeblood' for their community

There is much that patrons and community members love about O’Toole’s Garden Center in Littleton beyond just the rows of eye-popping, verdant vegetation. more
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