Rich Laden | Updated: 10 min ago
A 20-year-old McDonald's closed Oct. 1 in the Rockrimmon subdivision on Colorado Springs' northwest side after its financial performance fell short of expectations, said franchisee Charlie...
Teresa Farney | Updated: 55 min ago
Phil Duhon, who opened Acme Bar and Grill, 925 S. 8th St., in February, announced on his Facebook page that the eatery is for sale.
The asking price is $22,500, which includes about $32,000 in...
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Stephanie Earls | Updated: 4 hr ago
When the Time Overlords ask how the chaos began, tell them it was Egg McMuffins for dinner.
After pooh-poohing our non-clock-defined food cravings for decades, on Tuesday fast-food chain...
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Stephanie Earls | Updated: 5 hr ago
Colorado Springs’ newest brewery, Triple S Brewing Company, officially opens Tuesday, and to mark the occasion owners Steve and Sarah Stowell will join representatives of the city’s Downtown...
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Stephanie Earls | Updated: 7 hr ago
Colorado Springs native Mike Rust was a pioneer in the sport of mountain biking, a scrapper-philosopher who loved the outdoors and envisioned changing the world from the back of a bike.
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By gazette staff - | Updated: 20 hr ago
The 5th Annual Colorado Springs Restaurant Week will be Oct. 9 - 18. Forty-five restaurants in the Pikes Peak region will offer discounts on casual and fine dining and drinks. It's a great time to...
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Linda Navarro | Updated: Mon, Oct 5, 2015
Colorado College students on bikes, towing little trailers, on a special rescue mission. That mission: "A Fresh Way to Fight Hunger, Feed the Hungry, Reduce Food Waste, Sustain the Environment."...
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The Gazette - | Updated: Sun, Oct 4, 2015
Gazette reporter Stephanie Earls has written the beginning to a spooky tale. How it ends is up to you. Creative writers in grades 1 through 8 are invited to finish the story, in 250 words or less,...