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Latino Chamber holding event to help businesses connect with Hispanic consumers

Latino Chamber holding event to help businesses connect with Hispanic consumers

Attendees will learn about Hispanic consumers, so they can better understand them and be able to strategically design their marketing campaigns
Longmont United named to Newsweek's list of Best Maternity Care Hospitals

Longmont United named to Newsweek's list of Best Maternity Care Hospitals

Best Maternity Care Hospitals meet care standards as determined by the nonprofit Leapfrog Group, which uses performance reports and patient safety data to assess hospitals.
Alfalfa's eyeing early to mid-fall opening for new Longmont location

Alfalfa's eyeing early to mid-fall opening for new Longmont location

The store, which hopes to open mid-fall in the former Lucky's Market space, is seeking to develop Longmont-focused nonprofit partnerships and bring locally made items for sale. 
A conversation with Sarah Morgan, new owner of Martinis Bistro

A conversation with Sarah Morgan, new owner of Martinis Bistro

Sarah Morgan took over formal ownership of Martinis on July 1. Now when she talks about her hopes for the restaurant, a lot of her statements revolve around what she wants to serve customers and what it’s been like to welcome them back after COVID-19 closures.
Longmont Downtown Development Authority offering business reopening grants

Longmont Downtown Development Authority offering business reopening grants

The LDDA is offering grants of up to $3,500 to help businesses with costs associated with safely reopening.
Longmont Farmers Market adapts, starting to thrive despite COVID restrictions

Longmont Farmers Market adapts, starting to thrive despite COVID restrictions

At this time, we are operating as an essential business and therefore are closer to service of a local grocery store,” Longmont coordinator for Boulder County Farmers Markets Elyse Wood said.
Longmont salons, barber shops aim to safely welcome back customers in face of coronavirus

Longmont salons, barber shops aim to safely welcome back customers in face of coronavirus

Local barbers and stylists are adjusting to life back at work with a twist. 
Longmont Startup Week pivots to virtual format

Longmont Startup Week pivots to virtual format

Instead of in-person speakers and panel discussions, Longmont Startup Week,, which starts Monday, will be virtual, embracing technology to keep ideas flowing amid the coronavirus pandemic. 
Dr. Derek Johnston cracks 20 years at Johnston Chiropractic

Dr. Derek Johnston cracks 20 years at Johnston Chiropractic

Johnston joined the family business just months after his graduation from Logan Chiropractic College in St. Louis, where he learned the camaraderie between doctor and patient is important to maintain trust. He credits his father in teaching him how to care for people and help them understand their situations.
Village at the Peaks seeking ways to draw people back as COVID restrictions loosen

Village at the Peaks seeking ways to draw people back as COVID restrictions loosen

The goal of events such as Drive-In Bingo is to bring people back to the Village at the Peaks and counter the decline in sales businesses have seen since statewide restrictions were put in place in March. Speaking anonymously, staff members at Village at the Peaks businesses expressed concern about the volume of sales, saying they have yet to meet even half of the numbers seen on a busy night last summer.