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Emporium marks milestone

Mike Slattery is eager to celebrate a Castle Rock destination that he loves with the community that has supported it for a decade. On Oct. 1, The Emporium will mark its 10th anniversary with free … more

Eateries step up game in Castle Rock

John Johnson believes Castle Rock is becoming the kind of place people travel to for good food, and he’s happy to be a growing part of the phenomenon. The restaurateur has been a Castle Rock … more

Colorado home prices see short-term drop; unclear how long downslide will last

Home prices in the metro area and statewide have shown some early signs that they may be breaking the pandemic-era trend of steep increases. more

Business Corner: Littleton Eatery finding its footing

Tucked behind a car dealership on South Broadway, first-time restaurateur Gene Hill is ushering a Littleton cafe through an “identity crisis.”  Originally billed as Brad B Jammin’ PB&J … more

Castle Rock partners with Dawson Trails for Costco, Crystal Valley Interchange

Castle Rock finalized the details to allow the construction of the Dawson Ridge development, which includes the Crystal Valley Interchange and a Costco.  Town Council approved a number of … more

Boutique owner happy to work

Jen Burgess doesn’t like to think of the problems that every small business owner encounters as challenges. She prefers to call them little hurdles instead.  “If you can jump that little hurdle … more

Zell’s Mountain opens in time for new school year

High school students are a key part of the business model of a new fast-casual restaurant that opened its doors just in time for the school year.  Zell’s Mountain Creperie, owned by James and … more

Castle Rock gives initial approval for Dawson Trails Development

Castle Rock approved initial plans for the Dawson Trails development, which is outlined to bring more than 5,800 housing units and 3.2 million square feet of commercial space, including a … more

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

Food truck owner rolls with changes

As the owner of six food trucks, David Sevcik would love to see gasoline prices drop. But if that’s Food Truck Avenue’s biggest problem this year, the Englewood-based business will be all right. 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

Restaurateur carries on the family tradition

The Galassos have been serving marinara-topped pasta, Italian-influenced sandwiches and hand-stretched pizza in Centennial for a decade now, but the family’s culinary roots in Colorado actually … more

Castle Rock downtown redevelopment gets go ahead

Castle Rock’s Downtown Development Authority is moving forward with its latest redevelopment project to bring new housing, office and retail options to Wilcox Street thanks to initial council … more

Coffee, gifts and inclusivity

Amy Lunstra, the owner of Festive Cup Coffee and Gift Boutique, has a vision.  “We’re trying to provide opportunities where the adults that we’re supporting find value in their job and … more

Proud Souls BBQ headed to Frisco festival

With 100 racks of ribs, Proud Souls Barbecue & Provisions is taking up its usual post at the 27th annual Frisco BBQ Challenge, which is back after a two-year hiatus. “It’s just a great … more

Star Harbor to bring public spaceflight training to Lone Tree

Lone Tree is getting the first public spaceflight training facility for aerospace professionals and enthusiasts alike. Star Harbor Academy, started by a collection of aerospace professionals, … more

Serving up smoked goodness in Lone Tree

Missy and Stu Robinson want to cultivate an appetite for their barbecue and for the homey, intimate place they serve it from.  “Hopefully we are giving you that craveable experience where you want … more

Berg Haus works to become go-to eatery

With a mobile tableside ordering system and a sales-team mentality in place plus new menu items on the horizon, The Berg Haus hopes to become a go-to restaurant for folks in the Castle Pines area and … more
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