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Tangerine Longmont location goes into COVID-caused 'hibernation'

Tangerine Longmont location goes into COVID-caused 'hibernation'

Slower sales combined with the exhaustion of Paycheck Protection Program loan funds prompted the closure. 
City Council approves closing lanes of Main Street in effort to boost COVID-bit businesses

City Council approves closing lanes of Main Street in effort to boost COVID-bit businesses

The closures will begin later this month and extend to September. City officials said if the closures are not bringing more foot traffic into shops and restaurants after 30 days, they can pull traffic-control barricades and return Main Street to normal.
Longmont Leader Reopening Report: What’s open, what are the rules?

Longmont Leader Reopening Report: What’s open, what are the rules?

​​​​​​​Local businesses are again welcoming customers after such a long stint of staying at home and some have reached out to say they are open. Below is an alphabetical list of those that have, along with guidelines they provided for their reopenings. To have your business added to this list, which will be updated regularly, email details to info@longmontleader.com.
Council to weigh closing lanes of Main Street as way to boost downtown businesses

Council to weigh closing lanes of Main Street as way to boost downtown businesses

Some worry move will kill already struggling businesses, while others see it as a way to breathe life back into downtown in the wake of coronavirus impacts.
Latino Chamber of Commerce to present '2020 Census in Business'

Latino Chamber of Commerce to present '2020 Census in Business'

“We will give businesses the tools they need to review Census information and how they use the statistics from it,” according to the chamber.
LCC Live: El Censo 2020 en los Negocios

LCC Live: El Censo 2020 en los Negocios

Esta es una oportunidad para que todas las empresas aprendan cómo podrían beneficiarse de los datos del Censo y el impacto que tiene en la comunidad. Le daremos a las empresas las herramientas que necesitan para revisar la información del Censo y cómo usan las estadísticas de la misma.
Fueled by growth in Uncrustables sales, Smucker plans expansion of Longmont plant

Fueled by growth in Uncrustables sales, Smucker plans expansion of Longmont plant

The company last week announced it broke ground on a 240,000-square-foot addition to the Longmont plant in May. It will be operational by fall 2022. At least 200 new jobs will be added to the existing 250-person workforce during the expansion.
Left Hand Brewing efforts aim to support racial equity

Left Hand Brewing efforts aim to support racial equity

Throughout June, which is Pride Month, Left Hand will donate 50% of Tasting Room purchases of Raspberry Milk Stout to the Center for Black Equity.
A month later: Restaurants experience surprises, support as they resume dine-in service

A month later: Restaurants experience surprises, support as they resume dine-in service

A month after reopening for dine-in service, restaurants have a better idea of what it’s like to operate in a world with COVID-19. At least two things are clear: their challenges aren’t over, and relationships with customers and the Longmont community are more important than ever. 
#Strongmont signs celebrate local heroes, benefit OUR Center

#Strongmont signs celebrate local heroes, benefit OUR Center

The signs boldly declare “To the real heroes. Thank you for your service to our community.” The signs highlight grocery workers, police and emergency medical personnel.