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Second round of #Strongmont funding will focus on equity for businesses of color

Second round of #Strongmont funding will focus on equity for businesses of color

Latino-owned businesses have yet to benefit from the Strongmont Fund, but a second round of funding will be dedicated to aiding businesses of color.
St. Vrain Habitat opens door to new homeowners

St. Vrain Habitat opens door to new homeowners

St. Vrain Habitat is still building despite the coronavirus pandemic and its ReStore is still open.
Longmont United Hospital Foundation supports healthcare education and training

Longmont United Hospital Foundation supports healthcare education and training

The focus of the scholarship is to improve the skill set of the clinical staff at the hospital.
Longmont Chamber asks residents to give feedback on state's next phase of COVID restrictions

Longmont Chamber asks residents to give feedback on state's next phase of COVID restrictions

The new guidelines are subject to public feedback and will be formalized by the end of this week, and the Chamber in an email Wednesday asked people to review the proposed guidelines and provide their feedback to the state. 
Pandemic, then riots lead to surge in firearms sales at Grandpa's Pawn and Gun

Pandemic, then riots lead to surge in firearms sales at Grandpa's Pawn and Gun

Sales at Grandpa’s Pawn and Gun have tripled since the onset of the pandemic. Sales were starting to slow, but a second surge began after riots broke out across the country amid protests over the death of George Floyd during an arrest in Minneapolis on May 25.
Program aims to help Longmont employees achieve homeownership, employers attract workforce

Program aims to help Longmont employees achieve homeownership, employers attract workforce

Start to Home, launched less than a month ago by the Longmont Economic Development Partnership and Cornerstone Home Lending Inc., draws on a network of national and local partners to help ease the way to home ownership. The program offers a number of incentives to those seeking to move to Longmont, as well as those seeking to stay in Longmont.
Deal inked for three Sacramento, Calif., locations of Longmont-founded Ziggi’s Coffee

Deal inked for three Sacramento, Calif., locations of Longmont-founded Ziggi’s Coffee

The three-unit deal fuels the company’s national expansion
Alfalfa’s moving into former Lucky’s Market Longmont space

Alfalfa’s moving into former Lucky’s Market Longmont space

Announced last week, Alfalfa’s, which bills itself as an accessible health food store, will open its doors at 700 Ken Pratt Blvd., in the former Lucky’s location.
Kitchen Company moves back home

Kitchen Company moves back home

Owners consolidate business to survive COVID-19.
Commissioners award grants to 34 Boulder County small businesses impacted by COVID

Commissioners award grants to 34 Boulder County small businesses impacted by COVID

County received requests for financial support totaling six times the amount of funding available