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Neighborhood's new name: Village at Castle Pines

Lilly Harmon moved with her husband, Ross, and their two children from the Cherry Creek area to the gated Castle Pines Village five years ago in search of a private area, close to nature and with … more

More affordable housing in the works for Douglas County

More affordable housing is planned for Douglas County in the near future. Plans to construct an affordable housing apartment building near South Jamaica Street and Inverness Parkway continued moving … more

Promenade moving toward completion

On a recent September afternoon, Shirley Beyer walked toward her truck parked in the lot for T.J. Maxx and HomeGoods in Castle Rock. She loaded up her shopping bags and put her cart in the bay. Next … more

Earth Treks gym is open for those ready to climb walls

Emily Camp smiled as she emerged from Earth Treks facility at 1050 W. Hampden Ave. in Englewood after spending a couple hours on the facility's indoor climbing walls. “I am an avid climber and I … more

Riverwalk could gain TV production company

An Emmy Award-winning production company could be relocating its corporate headquarters to the Riverwalk, located in downtown Castle Rock, and bring with it nearly 100 employees and newly created … more

Colorado Air and Spaceport begins launch countdown

Adams County is a go for launch to hold a site operator license for a spaceport. That means the Front Range Airport, located in Watkins in Adams County, will be able to host horizontal takeoffs … more

Rockyard presents Blue Ale to honor fallen officers

Rockyard Brewing canned a limited run of its Blue Ale, brewed in honor of the first ZPIII Memorial Softball Tournament, which was organized to honor and memorialize Douglas County's fallen officers. … more

‘Promenade’ takes first step toward approval

After hearing both support and concerns at its Jan. 7 meeting, Castle Rock Town Council OK'd a first step for Promenade, the 900,000-square foot proposed development next to Outlets of Castle Rock. 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

App shines a light on holiday displays

Lone Tree’s Greg Walters wasn’t upset when a New York Times reporter earlier this month called his holiday lights iPhone app “the Charlie Brown Christmas tree of apps.” “I thought it was kinda cute,” he said. “The reality of it is, … more

State finances don’t inspire optimism

The state of Colorado has taken a few steps back from the edge of the financial cliff, but researchers say it’s not out of danger of falling off. “There’s not truly cause for optimism,” Phyllis Resnick, lead economist with Colorado State … more

Experts explore future of job growth

The news was mostly positive and upbeat at this year’s annual economic forecast breakfast, hosted by the South Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce Dec. 13 and attended by nearly 800 area business and civic leaders. After brief opening remarks from … more

Kaiser opens Lone Tree center

Christmas came early for Kaiser Permanente this year when it opened the doors to its new 275,000-square-foot, six-story, multi-specialty center. The Lone Tree building, under construction for more than two years, welcomed its first patients Dec. … more

High-end dining wish comes true

Lone Tree’s 2012 survey showed that its residents are largely a happy lot, save for a few things: Among them a wish for more high-end restaurants. In 2014, their patience will be rewarded. Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille will open in the Park … more

New outlet mall nears approval

A proposed 900,000-square-foot, 200-acre outlet mall called Promenade at Castle Rock — which would be adjacent to and potentially twice as big as the existing Outlets at Castle Rock — got a step closer to reality on Nov. 19 when town council … more

Figure out what it is you want

Do you remember the pop song by the Spice Girls, “Tell me what you want, what you really really want, I’ll tell you what I want, what I really … more

Colorado's Livliga launches with unique, stylish place settings to make healthy living easy

Boulder, CO – (January, 2013) What do you get when you combine sleek, attractive place settings with a Boulder entrepreneur’s vision to find a … more

First annual “Battle of The Veterinary Hospitals Stars” raises over $4,000 for PetAid Colorado’s Disaster Services program

    Coal Creek Animal Hospital triumphs with victory at the Veterinary Referral Center of Colorado charity event over the weekend Englewood, CO … more

Winning the close ones

Do you ever wonder how some people, teams, and even businesses win the close ones? They just seem to be able to narrowly defeat an opponent in the … more
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