Sunday, January 19, 2020

Bin 46 Says its Farewells to Longmont

Bin 46 has been a Longmont restaurant for the past five years.

Longmont Observer Seeks Writers

Each writer will be paid $50 per article.

Things To Do in Longmont This Weekend: Jan. 10-12

Join us Downtown for 2nd Friday!

New Year, New You: Longmont Launches Healing Arts and Wellness Fair

Hosted during January 2020’s 2nd Friday event, the Longmont Downtown Development Authority proudly introduces the community to seven local health and wellness practitioners

Review: Some Enchanted Evening

The set to Some Enchanted Evening The Songs of Rodgers and Hammerstein reflects an elegant stage with chandeliers and draping of two grand pianos, borrowed from American Classic Piano.


On January 1, a new law takes effect – HB19-1328 - requiring landlords to promptly respond to reports from tenants about bed bugs

Longmont Economic Development Partnership Launches St. Vrain Angel Forum With Rockies Venture Club

Longmont EDP and Rockies Venture Club Announce Partnership to Launch St. Vrain Angel Forum

Health Care Careers Center Gets Major Donation from UCHealth

The health care industry is experiencing a critical shortage of qualified health care professionals, both locally and nationally.

Dulceria Bombon Relocates on Main Street

Linda Bueno is excited about her family’s Dulceria Bombon store moving just a few months ago from the Marketplace on Longmont’s Main Street to a much larger location at 249 Main Street, just south of 3rd Avenue on the west side.

Longmont City Council Receives Update on Community Ranger Program

n July, 2019, Longmont City Council approved the joint efforts of Public Works and Natural Resources (PWNR) and Longmont Downtown Development Authority (LDDA) to start the Community Ranger program.
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