UCHealth giving grows, thanks to employee generosity

By: Wayne Heilman wayneh@gazette.com

Employee giving at UCHealth Memorial Hospital surged last year to the highest level since the University of Colorado Health system leased the two-hospital system from the city of Colorado Springs in 2012, according...

Renamed Pikes Peak Small Business Development Center broadens its scope

By: Wayne Heilman wayneh@gazette.com

The Colorado Springs Small Business Development Center has changed its name to the Pikes Peak Small Business Development Center to reflect its new focus on serving areas in the larger Colorado Springs area,...

KOAA blacked out on DISH network

By: Wayne Heilman wayneh@gazette.com

The owner of KOAA-TV and 17 other stations in 10 television markets has blacked out the signal of the Pueblo-based station from broadcast on the DISH satellite television service as a result of a dispute over how...

Colorado Springs' publicly traded companies share in Wall Street's grim year

By: Wayne Heilman wayneh@gazette.com

Last year wasn't exactly a banner year for the four public companies based in Colorado Springs. The combined price of shares in the companies fell 35.5 percent in 2015 with prices declining for three of the four...

Strong year in 2015 for vehicle registrations in Colorado Springs

By: Wayne Heilman wayneh@gazette.com

El Paso County's new car and truck market went into overdrive in December with registrations surging to the highest monthly total in more than 10 years and the fifth- highest ever, according to a report released...

Friends realize dreams in opening Colorado Springs barber shop

By: Wayne Heilman wayneh@gazette.com

Luke Will and Marcus Amos had dreamed for years of starting their own barbershop.

After spending two months and more than $10,000 of their savings to renovate a storefront on South Eighth Street, those...

Colorado Springs labor force continues contraction; job additions come in health-care industry

By: Wayne Heilman wayneh@gazette.com

The Colorado Springs-area unemployment rate remained unchanged in November, mostly as a result of another decline in the labor force, according to the latest data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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Gold Resource recoups part of year-end decline

By: Wayne Heilman wayneh@gazette.com

Gold Resource Corp. stock recovered slightly Monday from the beating it took last week after the Colorado Springs-based company cut its dividend Dec. 28 by 83.3 percent to 1/6th of a cent per month (2 cents per...