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Wanna work at Alfalfa's? Soon-to-open Longmont store holding job fair this week

Wanna work at Alfalfa's? Soon-to-open Longmont store holding job fair this week

Event to fill 45 to 50 positions will be Thursday, Friday and Saturday at store, 700 Ken Pratt Blvd.
Longmont Local: Ziggi’s keeps seeing caffeinated growth

Longmont Local: Ziggi’s keeps seeing caffeinated growth

Founder Brandon Knudsen talks about Ziggi’s expansion, which recently earned it a spot on the top half of Inc. magazine’s list of the top 5,000 fastest-growing companies.
With Main Street barricades set to come down at month's end, businesses have mixed reaction to COVID-related experiment

With Main Street barricades set to come down at month's end, businesses have mixed reaction to COVID-related experiment

As end date of closure of lanes of Main Street draws near, some say the move was worth the effort and good for business, while others say they saw little impact from the effort.
South Main Station expected to usher in growth in area of city once home to turkey plant

South Main Station expected to usher in growth in area of city once home to turkey plant

In August, developers unveiled the completed first phase of South Main Station, including four of five buildings at the multi-family and mixed-use project at the intersection of First Avenue and Main Street. The first phase is part of the larger $70 million redevelopment of the 26-acre site of the former Butterball plant.
EforAll seeking applications for its next pitch contest on Oct. 8

EforAll seeking applications for its next pitch contest on Oct. 8

The pitch contest is open to anyone in the business idea stage, those looking to take a hobby to the next level or those looking to pivot and grow an existing business.
Longmont Local: The sweet aroma of fall wafts from The Mountain Fountain

Longmont Local: The sweet aroma of fall wafts from The Mountain Fountain

This hidden gem not only nourishes the body but builds community.
No court date set in county complaint against Longmont business over failing to comply with face mask mandate

No court date set in county complaint against Longmont business over failing to comply with face mask mandate

Several complaints prompted the health department to take legal action against Magic Fairy Candles, 634 Main St. The business has been ordered to comply with the state’s edict that requires customers and employees to wear masks to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
Series of feedback sessions on coronavirus business impacts kicks off on Tuesday

Series of feedback sessions on coronavirus business impacts kicks off on Tuesday

The series is being presented by Boulder County chambers and economic development agencies, and input “will provide crucial data as we work with regional partners to develop and implement economic recovery plans for Boulder County,” the Boulder County Workforce Center announced in a Monday morning email.   
Longmont Local: Wanderlust, love of outdoors leads to Colorado Campworks

Longmont Local: Wanderlust, love of outdoors leads to Colorado Campworks

The Longmont-founded outdoor lifestyle company looks to help people enjoy nature with eco-friendly conveniences.
Dickens 300 Prime: new name, owners for Main Street mainstay

Dickens 300 Prime: new name, owners for Main Street mainstay

On the windows, some observant people noticed it now features a new name, Dickens 300 Prime, and a beef- focused logo. That quiet change offered a hint to what the new Dickens is about.