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A hip hotel is rising atop the old Golden brickworks mill

While modern hotels tend toward the corporate and impersonal, Golden has long had a few options for those looking for a more colorful place to lay their heads. Come next year, those offerings will … more

Golden Mill food hall hoping to open early next year

From 1865 to 2018, the Golden Mill at 1012 Ford Street was a hub of activity in Golden. Come early 2021, it will be once again. That’s when Golden Mill feed & drink, the long-awaited food hall … more

Lone Tree In-N-Out on track to open this year

Officials of In-N-Out Burger say the company remains on track to open its first three Colorado restaurants by the end of the year, including its Lone Tree location near County Line Road and Yosemite … more

A message from a Golden restaurateur

My name is Brandon Bortles, I own a restaurant in downtown Golden named Abejas. It is a small restaurant and we pride ourselves on being everchanging, adhering to seasonality, and sourcing as locally … more

Golden’s Tributary is in transition

Goldenites heading back out to the Tributary Food Hall & Drinkery for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began will find a lot has changed while they were away. Sure, some of the tables … more

Polis extends 'last call' drinking order, but allows extra hour

Gov. Jared Polis has extended for another 30 days the July 21 executive order mandating a "last call" for breweries, restaurants and similar establishments to serve alcohol. The new order, which went … more

Washington Avenue halfway reopened

The weekend closures of Washington Avenue that the city began experimenting with in June will not continue. Golden Economic and Community Development director Steve Glueck said the Golden city … more

With Coors Brewery not open for tours, surrounding businesses facing sobering business decline

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on local economies has become a major story of the summer as businesses deal with challenges ranging from constantly-changing regulations to capacity limits to … more

Signs of recovery in Jefferson economy but challenges remain

There are signs Jefferson County’s economy is recovering from the depths it reached earlier in the COVID-19 pandemic, although several indicators suggest the county has a long way to go before … more

At Avenue's End — Downtown Golden mainstay Avenue Gifts closing

Avenue Gifts owner and lifelong Golden resident Donna Owen wasn't planning to retire anytime soon. The COVID-19 pandemic, however, had other ideas. So after 15 years of business, Owen says Avenue … more

Owners on demise of a Denver food landmark

Formed on a foundation of friendship and the love of good food, after 38 years, Racines is closing its doors for good. This transition into retirement has been in the works for a while, but wasn’t … more

Surviving a pandemic as a new business

After working in marketing and sales for nearly 20 years, Molly Thorne grew restless and knew she wanted to do something that made people feel good. She always had a dream in the back of her mind to … more

Restaurant, bar owners sue to overturn Colorado's COVID-19 capacity limits

The Tavern League of Colorado, which represents 200 alcohol-serving establishments, has filed a lawsuit against the state public-health department for imposing numerical caps on their capacity in an … more

Jeffco variance in danger as COVID-19 cases rise, JCPH says

As COVID-19 case counts continue to rise sharply in Jeffco, Jefferson County Public Health's Executive Director is warning the county is in danger of losing a variance that allows larger gatherings … more

Golden City Council mandate masks be worn in public

The Golden City Council has unanimously voted to pass an emergency ordinance requiring face coverings to be worn inside businesses and in public situations where social distancing cannot be … more

A palace for King of Wings in Wheat Ridge

Four months into a pandemic might not seem like a great time to open up a new restaurant and bar. But it’s been working out pretty well so far for Eddie Renshaw and Evan Pierce. After five years of … more

Pair of brothers launch franchise of sanitization business in Jeffco

When COVID-19 brothers Miguel and Tomas Zepeda to shut down the flag football leagues they operate in Colorado, Kansas and Missouri last spring, they began looking for new business opportunities that … more

Sikh Coalition calls for hate crime charges in Lakewood attack

The Sikh Coalition, which works to protect the constitutional right to practice faith, is calling on the Jefferson County District Attorney's Office to press hate crime charges after Lakhwant Singh, … more

Developer wants 235-unit rental development near North Table Mountain

A Phoenix developer has submitted an application to Jefferson County to rezone about 26 acres of land on the north flank of North Table Mountain near Golden in hopes of eventually constructing a … more

Wheat Ridge will be able to enjoy chalk art at city businesses this summer

Chalk this one up to the COVID-19 pandemic. Chalk art has become a mainstay of Wheat Ridge's annual RidgeFest. But with the status of large social gatherings up in the air and city residents in need … more
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