The great housing crunch isn’t confined to the Denver metro area, it seems some Colorado mountain towns are also suffering in the rental market.
Two neighboring Utah ski resorts owned by Vail Resorts and being combined into one mega resort will be known simply by the name of the mountain city where it is located: “Park City.”
Another mountain town in Colorado is kicking the bag to the curb, literally. Vail is getting rid of all plastic bags within the town limits.
The Wild Animal Sanctuary northeast of Denver has increased fees for daily visitors from $15 to $50.
A San Francisco-based payroll company says it’s expanding to Denver to hire 100 new employees immediately and 1,000 more in a few years.
The Vail Town Council is just one more vote away from passing an ordinance that would ban retail marijuana sales in the resort town.
A rug business was at odds with the City of Glendale over its property. The owners of the building say the city threatened taking it through eminent domain.
The Town of Breckenridge wants the resort owned by Vail Resorts to impose a tax on all lift tickets. Some of the money would fund a parking garage.
Vice President Joe Biden swung through Denver to raise money for Senate Democrats, highlight President Obama’s push for free community college, taste some ice cream and get unexpected emotional support after the recent death of his son.
Vice President Joe Biden visited Little Man Ice Cream during his trip to Denver to discuss college and the economy.