Sunday, September 22, 2019

Things To Do In Longmont This Weekend: Sept. 20-22

There is a lot happening in Longmont this weekend. What will you choose to do?

Longmont MHC Turns Into Co-Op, Eliminating Homeowners’ Fears of Displacement

“eliminates the homeowners’ risk of displacement, gives them more control over lot rent fluctuations, and preserves affordable homeownership in Longmont.”

New Chief Nursing Officer named at UCHealth Longs Peak Hospital

UCHealth has announced the appointment of Noreen Bernard, Ed.D., RN, NEA-BC, as chief nursing officer (CNO) for UCHealth Longs Peak Hospital in...

Local Entrepreneurs Cash in on Pitches

On August, 28, EforAll hosted a business pitch contest for local entrepreneurs.

Zach’s Transmission Donates to Longmont Police Explorers

Local business, Zach's Transmissions, made a donation to the Longmont Police Explorers (LPE).

Product Launch from Team of Longmont Businesses

Two well known Longmont business names have teamed up to produce a new product that exemplifies and combines their areas of expertise. Left Hand Brewing and WAAYB Organics have launched, Present, a brand of sparkling water that they believe will appeal to the health-conscious and diverse drinkers not only in Longmont and Colorado but across the nation.
Brewmented is closing

Home Brewing Store To Close

For those who like to homebrew your beer, it just got a bit more difficult to do in Longmont.

Local Franchise Ziggi’s Coffee Aims To Open 23 New Stores Within The Next Year

A favorite coffee shop located in Longmont, Colorado, is slated to open a whopping 23 new stores within the next year. Despite the impressive achievement, growth wasn’t always as easy for the business with humble origins.

Global flair, Tradition,and Philanthropy Coexist at Convivium Marketplace

Handmade beverages and food go hand-in-hand with philanthropy at Convivium Marketplace, a new food boutique on Main Street.

Impact: Longmont

Last Tuesday (August 6) Longmont Power and Communications (LPC) brought to the City Council the first results of its rate study for 2020 and 2021. It was more of a preview of coming attractions -- the Council has to approve the utility’s rates. But the staff presented some numbers about how much revenue LPC will need to bring in over the next two years to keep the lights on. And those numbers need some explanation.
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