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  • DBJ & 9News' 9Neighborhoods: Athmar Park is Denver's best little-known neighborhood (Photos) February 25, 2017
    Athmar Park, a quiet neighborhood in west Denver, is slowly becoming one of the most popular places for first-time home buyers to move. Easy access to downtown, relatively low hosuiong prices, several parks and a strong community are just a few of the things that have drawn more and more young couples and families to […]
    Caitlin Hendee
  • DigitalGlobe acquisition will end run of buying Colorado satellites February 25, 2017
    The purchase of satellite imaging company DigitalGlobe by Canada’s MacDonald, Dettwiler & Associates Ltd. will likely end the DigitalGlobe’s history of buying satellites made by Colorado-based companies. The shift comes just as Westminster-based DigitalGlobe (NYSE: DGI) plans a $600 million system of satellites it hopes to start launching into orbit as soon as 2020. DigitalGlobe […]
    Greg Avery
  • Is Nordstrom next in line as retail closures spread? February 25, 2017
    Things are looking dire for malls across the country, and the news in recent weeks hasn't helped. In January, Macy's released the list of the 100 stores the retailer is closing in 2017. Friday, J.C. Penney said it plans to close as many as 140 stores over the next few months. Sears and Kmart have […]
    Coral Garnick
  • Family Christian is closing all its 240 stores, including 7 in Colorado February 25, 2017
    National retailer Family Christian is closing all 240 of its stores in 36 states. The Grand Rapids, Michigan-based retailer of Bibles and Christian-themed merchandise announced that it will be closing its doors after 85 years in business. The chain has seven stores listed on its website in Colorado: In Aurora, Greeley, Lakewood, Thornton, Westminster and […]
    Angela Mueller
  • Lockheed moving hundreds of missile jobs to Colorado, Florida February 24, 2017
    Lockheed Martin Space Systems Co. is moving hundreds of jobs to its Colorado headquarters and Florida's Space Coast over the next eight years. The move comes on the heels of winning a major contract expansion for work on submarine-launched Trident II nuclear missiles for the U.S. Navy. Jefferson County-based LMSS — an 18,000-employee unit of […]
    Greg Avery
  • Hottest new Denver restaurants: Here are Zagat's top 10 (Photos) February 24, 2017
    Today is the kickoff of Denver Restaurant Week, but for people who can't nab a reservation to an old favorite spot, there are plenty of new options to try out. Just ask Zagat, which has compiled a list of the 10 hottest Denver restaurants that have opened so far this year. Zagat — a unit […]
    Caitlin Hendee
  • Colorado oil and gas group hopes Congress kills methane regulations February 24, 2017
    The oil and gas industry is drawing a bead on federal regulations aimed at cutting air pollution from field equipment that may be leaking methane, a greenhouse gas, into the atmosphere. The regulations are modeled on Colorado’s regulations approved in 2014 requiring companies to regularly look for leaks in field equipment and plug any they […]
    Cathy Proctor
  • A Colorado bank is in the clear with regulators after turbulent years February 24, 2017
    Solera National Bancorp (OTC: SLRK), the holding company for Solera National Bank, is in the clear after a few years of turbulence and being under the scrutiny of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. Solera Bank, a business-focused community bank in metro Denver, said today that the Formal Agreement — enforcement actions — […]
    Monica Mendoza
  • Denver Restaurant Week: Some restaurants jump in while others stay away (Photos) February 24, 2017
    When 255 eateries throw open their doors this evening to launch Denver Restaurant Week, two of the four restaurants run by Beth Gruitch and Jen Jasinski will be serving special menus for the occasion. The two others will not. Similarly, two of the eight concepts operated by Troy Guard’s TAG Restaurant Group will be offering […]
    Ed Sealover
  • From 9News, 9 things to do in Colorado this weekend: Oscar watch, antiques, circus and more February 24, 2017
    By Sarah Anderson, KUSA-9News The snow has finally made a comeback, but it's expected to settle down by the weekend, which means you can get out and have some fun without having to worry about the snow. Just bundle up; it may still be chilly. There are a couple of opportunities for antique lovers, a […]

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