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  • First Transit gets award from Adams County ecodevo office

    First Transit Inc. officials recently received a talent development award at the Adams County Excellence Awards and Luncheon hosted by the Adams County Economic Development office. 

    First Transit was recognized for its corporate culture of developing people, leveraging their expertise and sharing best practices, according to a press release. The company offers an online training program to employees and management staff. 

     

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  • Boxwheel Trailer receives investment

    Boxwheel Trailer Leasing in Commerce City received a capital investment from Crosstimbers Capital Group in Texas to build a bigger fleet of trucks.

    Boxwheel at 4201 E. 52nd Ave. has five employees. The company has plans to grow as a result of the investment, said Mike Di Paolo, a company owner. 

  • Lineage Logistics plans to expand, add workers

    Lineage Logistics in Henderson plans to add nearly 116,000 square feet to its existing warehouse in Henderson, the company said in a press statement.

    The cold storage and warehouse company at 8001 East 88th Ave. near Interstate 76 plans to spend an estimated $12.5 million on the project. It’s expected to add 25 jobs to the company’s current workforce of 90 employees.

  • Top award for Brighton dealership
  • Oakwood Homes offers donuts, tours April 28

    Have coffee with Kelly Leid, the executive vice president of Oakwood Homes at 7:30 a.m. Saturday, April 28, and get the inside scoop on what’s planned next in the Reunion neighborhood.   

    Leid will be in front of the new Reunion Coffee House, 10601 Reunion Parkway in Commerce City. He and other Oakwood officials will give residents hard hat tours of the coffee house and answer questions. 

  • New leadership at Main Street Creatives

    Main Street Creatives gallery, 36 S. Main St., has been a gathering of creative minds for 10 years – housing artists’ studios, salons and the Art Academy of Colorado. 

  • New businesses build, grow in Commerce City

    The Glove Wagon, a glove and safety supplies wholesaler, is building a 16,000-square-foot plant at East 96th Avenue and Havana Street in Commerce City.

    The Glove Wagon will share the building with Innovative Mechanical Solutions Inc., a heating and air-conditioning company, according to a press statement.

  • A special deck of cards commemorates Commerce City

    Special decks of cards

    will commemorate area

    Have you ever wanted a deck of cards localized to your city’s history?

    Commerce City Historical Society officials want to create a deck of playing cards with 56 unique photos and educational facts about Commerce City on the face of each card. 

    You can get involved by sponsoring a card. All 56 cards - 52 playing cards, 2 jokers and 2 advertising cards – can be sponsored.

  • High-speed transit testing coming soon

    Arrivo, a Los-Angeles-based, high-speed, transit start-up company, plans to build and test hyperspeed roadway in Commerce City's backyard next year.

    The company plans to build a test track at the intersection of E-470 and East 96th Avenue at an unused toll station. The proposed transportation system is a "hyperloop" in which "pods" are whisked along at 200 miles per hour using electricity and magnetic levitation.