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  • DBJ & 9News 9Neighborhoods: Tour Georgetown, a holiday destination in the Rockies (Photos, video) December 3, 2016
    Head about 45 miles (a 52-minute drive) west on Interstate 70 from Denver, and you'll notice a small mountain town on the south side of the highway that looks like it belongs in a picture book. That's Georgetown, a 1.15-square-mile town that sits 8,530 feet above sea level and has a population of just over […]
    Caitlin Hendee
  • Colorado chambers, business groups form coalition for immigration reform December 3, 2016
    Twelve Colorado chambers of commerce, trade groups and business organizations are teaming up in a new coalition to push for reform of U.S. immigration policy. Among the coalition’s members are the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, the South Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, the Associated Builders and Contractors/Rocky Mountain, Colorado Restaurant Association and the Colorado […]
    Monica Mendoza
  • Intel-owned Voke, NFL to offer Broncos game highlights in virtual reality December 2, 2016
    A company recently bought by Intel Corp. and the National Football League are producing game highlights from this Sunday's Denver Broncos game in a virtual reality program designed to make fans feel like they are on the field. Voke, a Silicon Valley-based virtual reality company, will produce highlights in virtual reality from four NFL games, […]
    Monica Mendoza
  • From 9News, 9 things to do this weekend: Parade of Lights, Zoo Lights and more December 2, 2016
    By Erica Tinsley, KUSA-9News It’s December, and while many places have flipped on their holiday lights already, more cities and organizations are getting in the Christmas spirit now that Thanksgiving has passed. There are a lot of holiday-themed events this weekend in the metro area. > CLICK HERE for 9 things to do around Colorado […]
  • Limited Stores laying off HQ workers amid threat the chain could close December 2, 2016
    Limited Stores LLC — parent of The Limited chain, with four stores in Colorado — is cutting jobs while facing a possible permanent shutdown. The New Albany, Ohio-based women’s apparel retailer filed a notice with the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services saying it could lay off up to all 248 employees at its […]
    Dan Eaton
  • These are the 12 best restaurants in Vail, according to Zagat (Photos) December 2, 2016
    Having a nice meal after a day of skiing is pretty darned important to most skiers. And if it's aprez-ski in the Vail/Avon/Edwards area, local restaurants offer plenty of gourmet options. From classy, pot-roasted chicken thighs, to whiskey-glazed pork belly, to savory stuffed pancakes, eateries in Vail may be pricey, but for many they're worth […]
    Caitlin Hendee
  • Suit seeks to open more wheelchair access at Red Rocks December 2, 2016
    A group of disabled residents have filed a discrimination law suit against the City of Denver claiming that its Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison is not accessible to wheelchair users in a meaningful way. The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court in Colorado this week, claims the city failed to make reasonable accommodations to allow […]
    Monica Mendoza
  • Consultant to chair Colorado House business and labor committee December 2, 2016
    An Arvada consultant who has arguably been the most consistent pro-business vote among Colorado House Democrats for the past four years will chair the House Business Affairs & Labor Committee in 2017. Rep. Tracy Kraft-Tharp takes the reins of the committee for which she has served as a vice chairwoman since 2013, succeeding Rep. Angela […]
    Ed Sealover
  • Colorado data center company is reportedly exploring a sale December 2, 2016
    Cologix Inc., a Denver-based data center operator, "has retained investment banks to explore a sale of the company," the Wall Street Journal reports. The report says that Barclays Bank PLC and DH Capital LLC are "leading the auction" for Cologix, and that bids could value the company at about $1.25 billion. The WSJ cites unnamed […]
    Mark Harden
  • Denver office complex sells for $154 million December 2, 2016
    A Massachusetts real estate investment trust said it's purchased a downtown Denver office complex for $154 million. Franklin Street Properties Corp. (NYSE: FSP) said it paid $154 million to acquire the two interconnected 19- and 28-story Dominion Towers complex at 600 17th St., built in 1982. “We are pleased to expand our footprint further in […]
    Ben Miller

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