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Castle Rock considering partnership for sports center

A Castle Rock proposal would have the town partner with a private developer to build an indoor recreation facility and transform the former Acme Brick facility and surrounding area into a mixed use … more

Centennial grocery store fills need for local shoppers

Zia and Shai Warraich want to bring the world to Colorado. In March, the new business owners opened Zari’s Grocery, a store specializing in international food and halal meat. Located two miles east … 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

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

Business corner: Retired Naval pilot opens smoothie shop in Parker

Angie Baker, a mother of five and a retired Naval physiologist and pilot, is ready to take her experience maximizing the health of other pilots to a new stage by opening a smoothie shop in … more

$70M mixed-use project breaks ground in Castle Rock

Construction on the $70 million mixed use project known as the View in Castle Rock kicked off Wednesday with a groundbreaking ceremony.  Project developers and community members gathered near … more

Business Corner: Building an empire ‘one shower door at a time’

At the heart of Petersen Custom Glass is a prodigious partnership. “The foundation of the business started with our super strong, amazing marriage,” says Valerie Petersen, who co-owns the company … 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 Best voting is now open in Parker

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 about their … more

Adults joining more music classes

Jason Bower knew his business had come full circle when University of Colorado, Denver graduate Dylan Kobar joined Castle Rock Music as an instructor.   Kobar started learning guitar at the music … more

Creating community: Bookstores adapt by focusing on new ways to reach readers

Book clubs are no longer confined to living rooms, and bookstores offer much more than just books with a whole new realm opening up for gatherings centered around reading. more

Parker King Soopers included in strike 

Several employees of King Soopers in Parker walked out on the job Wednesday as a part of a planned three-week labor strike for some of the Denver-area stores. more

United Power announces intent to leave Tri State

United Power Files Notice of Intent to Leave Tri-State Generation and Transmission   Brighton, Colo. – United Power, a rural electric cooperative based in Brighton, … more

Centennial City Council signals it will OK SouthGlenn redevelopment

After nearly three years, one of the most prominent and contentious civic issues in Centennial appears set to come to a close next week. more

At border of Arapahoe and Douglas counties, mask rules are a game of inches

The one constant throughout the COVID-19 pandemic is that things are always changing. Few people know this better than Karli Millspaugh, owner of Curate: A Local Mercantile, at 8242 S. University … more
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