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Housing affordability, business viability on Centennial city officials' minds

The cost of housing has become an all-but-unavoidable issue for city officials in much of the Denver metro area, and Centennial is examining how local policy might fit into conversations about affordability. more

Parker Trader Joe’s opens its doors

Dozens of customers lined up down the sidewalk of Trader Joe’s May 6 as the store cut its ribbon and allowed hungry Parkerites inside for the very first time. As the lei-wearing customers … more

It’s happening: Trader Joe’s in Parker opens next week

The highly anticipated Trader Joe’s grocery store in Parker has officially set its opening date as May 6, according to a news release from the organization. The store, located in north … more

Fort Lupton council OKs first three marijuana licenses

Fort Lupton City Council, acting as the city's marijuana licensing authority, approved three retail business licenses by unanimous vote April 5. The three are 1310 Factory Circle, 1330 Factory … more

Centennial's effort to boost local businesses is back

The shift in American consumerism toward preferring experiences rather than products or things has weighed on Centennial city officials’ minds over the past few years, and the city is pushing forward with another round of its program to help local businesses adapt. more

Fort Lupton's marijuana licensing process begins

Three of the four proposed retail/medical marijuana businesses will have to wait until Tuesday, April 5, to see what their next steps will be. The three -- 1310 Factory Circle, High Plains … more

Business corner: Parker brewery prepares for St. Patrick’s Day party

H: Business corner: Parker brewery prepares for St. Patrick’s Day party Before Andy Barnett had his brewery in Parker, he was a hobbyist, making beers at home with the help of his … more

Best of the Best voting is open

It’s time to recognize metro Denver’s best by voting in Colorado Community Media’s 2022 Best of the Best contest, which gives readers a chance to weigh in on what they love most … more

Ski and Boot Lab stays true to form

For KC McCallum, the hardest part of starting his own business was naming it.  The Highlands Ranch resident opened Ski & Boot Lab in 2016 after nearly 25 years of working in the ski industry — … more

Fort Lupton council wants to keep number of marijuana businesses at four

Any desire to increase the number of allowed medical and retail marijuana businesses in Fort Lupton seems to be on its last legs. During a Fort Lupton City Council town hall session Feb. 9, … more

A part of Five Points’ legacy

When someone walks into Welton Street Café, they’re not just customers. “Welton Street Café means family,” said Fathima Dickerson, one of the restaurant’s co-owners. “We are here for … more

Fort Lupton leans toward drawing for marijuana businesses

Fort Lupton City Council may revise its imposed cap on the number of marijuana businesses it will allow in town. Five businesses applied for four available business permits. City Clerk Mari Pena … more

Elbert County creates business website

Elbert County recently launched a new website to boost economic development in the county. The website is designed to help current and prospective business owners. more

Boom-year for Thornton business

It is with great pleasure that I highlight the many accomplishments for the City of Thornton in 2013. The city is seeing significant advancements with the creation of the 144th Avenue Redevelopment Area and opening of Cabela’s as the anchor … more
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