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Centennial incubator plans coworking office expansion to Illinois, complete with STEM school, housing

Centennial incubator plans coworking office expansion to Illinois, complete with STEM school, housing

The Centennial-based Innovation Pavilion on Tuesday named Joliet, Ill., a Chicago suburb, as the next city to get its own incubator campus.

Lakewood initiative to limit housing growth tentatively gains enough signatures to move forward

Lakewood initiative to limit housing growth tentatively gains enough signatures to move forward

A proposed ordinance that would limit housing growth in Lakewood to no more than 1 percent of existing units a year has tentatively gained more than enough signatures before a Friday deadline to move forward, local officials said Monday.

Marijuana grows leaving more Colorado homes filled with mold

Marijuana grows leaving more Colorado homes filled with mold

No one really knows how many homes in Colorado are being used to grow weed, but authorities say they’re seeing more houses that have been left with thousands of dollars in damage from often-illegal marijuana grow operations.

Formerly homeless residents move into crowdfunded tiny home community as city monitors pilot project

Formerly homeless residents move into crowdfunded tiny home community as city monitors pilot project

Denver’s crowd-funded tiny home project has run into more than a few road blocks, but on July 21, fourteen residents moved into their new community and on Saturday they invited reporters in to see it.

Andrew Wommack Ministries to relocate Colorado Springs headquarters, TV studio to Woodland Park

Andrew Wommack Ministries to relocate Colorado Springs headquarters, TV studio to Woodland Park

A deal struck last month will enable Andrew Wommack Ministries to move its headquarters and TV studio to Woodland Park from Colorado Springs, build a new Bible school, and broaden its evangelical Christian outreach.

Andrew Wommack Ministries to relocate Colorado Springs headquarters, TV studio to Woodland Park

Andrew Wommack Ministries to relocate Colorado Springs headquarters, TV studio to Woodland Park

A deal struck last month will enable Andrew Wommack Ministries to move its headquarters and TV studio to Woodland Park from Colorado Springs, build a new Bible school, and broaden its evangelical Christian outreach.

Colorado homeless advocates win delay of Federal Center property auction

Colorado homeless advocates win delay of Federal Center property auction

In response to a federal lawsuit filed by the Colorado Coalition for the Homeless federal officials have delayed the sale of 59 acres to developers, giving some hope that the land could be used to shelter homeless people.

Navajo Nation lawmakers approve purchase of Colorado Ranch

Navajo Nation lawmakers approve purchase of Colorado Ranch

Navajo Nation lawmakers have approved the tribe’s planned purchase of a large ranch in south-central Colorado for $23 million.

Want a tiny home? Two dozen are rolling into a Colorado festival this weekend

Want a tiny home? Two dozen are rolling into a Colorado festival this weekend

Keensburg will become the temporary tiny home capital of Colorado this weekend, when 25 homes go on display for those curious about down-sizing and living off the grid.

Want a tiny home? Two dozen are rolling into a Colorado festival this weekend

Want a tiny home? Two dozen are rolling into a Colorado festival this weekend

Keensburg will become the temporary tiny home capital of Colorado this weekend, when 25 homes go on display for those curious about down-sizing and living off the grid.