Village Inn, the Colorado-born diner chain known for its pies and late-night menu, has closed six locations up and down the Front Range after its parent company, American Blue Ribbon Holdings filed for bankruptcy protection Monday.
Metro district developers in Colorado, faced with losing their board seats – and ultimately control of the metro districts they helped build – to residents upset over high property taxes and other issues, have approved millions of dollars in additional financing measures for themselves, an abundance of self-dealing that, despite the overt conflict of interest, […]
"I was inspired by my sense of fashion," Ward said. "It was my first home and I wanted my home decor to represent me and my personality as much as possible. I have a lot of space so I could create different aspects of my life into each room."
Lakewood's new housing cap law could constrict the number of residential permits available to developers this year to a mere 156 new units across this city of 155,000, if a plan set to go before city leaders next week is adopted.