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Economist: Region, state should rebound from COVID impacts later this year

Economist: Region, state should rebound from COVID impacts later this year

 “We will get through this … It is going to feel oh so much better by the middle of the year. We are going to be able to get out and about, to get out there to see some of our businesses opening up again and once more, growing within our region.”
Office vacancies rise during COVID but Longmont could be poised for bounceback, per consultant report

Office vacancies rise during COVID but Longmont could be poised for bounceback, per consultant report

“We do think office (space) will play an important role in the economy going forward, particularly for certain industries … The office isn’t going away, it is just how the office will be used is going to change in the future.”
Longmont Local: The Flower Bin knows how to grow

Longmont Local: The Flower Bin knows how to grow

About to celebrate its 50th anniversary, The Flower Bin is one of the area’s best-known destinations for gardening needs, flower baskets and advice.
Pushing beyond the pandemic: Advance Longmont summit will focus on 'Paving a Path to a Bright Future'

Pushing beyond the pandemic: Advance Longmont summit will focus on 'Paving a Path to a Bright Future'

Exploring the differences and the similarities among industry impacts in the time of COVID, and looking beyond them in the coming year will come front and center this week at the fifth annual summit. 
Is rallying cry to support local Black-owned busineses making a difference? COVID makes it hard to tell

Is rallying cry to support local Black-owned busineses making a difference? COVID makes it hard to tell

Despite the lack of clarity, two Black business owners and others in the community believe the intention will not fade even as the nationwide summer protests and rallies focused on racial equity and justice fade from day-to-day conversation.
Boulder County Five Star Certification gets off to a slow start but gaining steam

Boulder County Five Star Certification gets off to a slow start but gaining steam

Program, whose launch coincided with county's move to yellow on state COVID dial, as of Wednesday had certified 26 businesses and certification is underway for the remainder of the 75 that applied.
Longmont Local: BrewHop Trolley keeps rolling during pandemic, poised for a return as events happen, restrictions loosen

Longmont Local: BrewHop Trolley keeps rolling during pandemic, poised for a return as events happen, restrictions loosen

Until taproom occupancy restrictions lessen, trolley riders who want to enjoy being taken from brewery to brewery need to reserve a chartered ride. David Lewis will then create a specialized itinerary, calling ahead to reserve seating.
Dickens Opera House nets $50K from Colorado Arts Relief Fund

Dickens Opera House nets $50K from Colorado Arts Relief Fund

The fund was established last year by the Legislature to help arts and entertainment organizations affected by the pandemic.
Feeling the #Longmonsterlove: Citywide bookmark campaign starts Friday and runs through Valentine's Day

Feeling the #Longmonsterlove: Citywide bookmark campaign starts Friday and runs through Valentine's Day

Launched by Jennifer Ferguson and Bricks Retail, the #longmonsterlove Valentine’s Day campaign wants to take the holiday beyond couples and bring out the love for local businesses and the community as a whole. Bookmarks printed in English and Spanish have been distributed to businesses across the city. 
Women supporting women through "Galentine's" Day celebration

Women supporting women through "Galentine's" Day celebration

A COVID conscious event in Prospect that gives women a night to relax and support locally-owned female entrepreneurs.