• Aroma Dispensary a new face on pot scene

    Commerce City is officially a part of the growing marijuana industry in Colorado, with the grand opening of Aroma Dispensary, 5433 Quebec St., on July 13.

    Chris Roessing, 31, manager of the dispensary, said that so far business has been excellent. Commerce City residents are excited and have offered support, he said.

    Roessing and owners Gabe Lindsay, 35 and Neelin Shead, 34, have been impressed with the warm welcome they have received.

  • George T. Sanders Co. to move from Wheat Ridge

    By Michel Hansen

    Special to MetroWest Newspapers

    The George T. Sanders Co. heating and plumbing business in Wheat Ridge plans to move to a spot near East 95th Place and Yosemite Street in Commerce City in 2017.

  • A one-trick hybrid pony

    By Tony White

    Special to MetroWest Newspapers

    Eric Sumpter says specialization is the wave of the future for the car service industry.

  • Commerce City is busting out all over

    Builders in the Turnberry subdivision are building more homes in Commerce City.

    Jessica L. Hansen, media relations for D.R. Horton Inc., builders of the community, said that the company plans for home prices to start in the $340,000 range, and that models should be completed in July. 

    “There has been a lot of interest. Currently, we have an interest list forming, and we plan to begin pre-sales in May,” she said. 

  • Medical supply thrift store offers low-cost supplies

    BRIGHTON — GoodHealthwill, the only health and medical thrift store in Rocky Mountain region, opened a new location Jan. 4, in Brighton. The nonprofit accepts donated health supplies and medical equipment, allowing the public to have access to low-cost medical supplies.

  • Salud dentist receives award

    MetroWest Report

        The National Network for Oral Health Access (NNOHA) has honored Eva Poulson, DDS, dental director of the Commerce City clinic at Salud Family Health Centers.
        This November, Poulson received the NNOHA’s prestigious Outstanding Clinician award at their National Primary Oral Health Conference in Indianapolis.

  • Front Range Auto to donate some December car sales to CASA

                BRIGHTON — Court Appointed Special Advocates of Adams and Broomfield counties partnered with Front Range Auto, of Brighton, to raise funds for abused and neglected children in the community. 

    Throughout the month of December, the dealership pledged to donate $100 to CASA of Adams and Broomfield counties for every car sold.


  • Keep it close: Resources available to help holiday shoppers buy local

        BROOMFIELD — Many farmers’ markets in Colorado are extending their seasons and moving indoors for the fall and winter, and the Colorado Department of Agriculture is offering an assortment of online resources to help connect shoppers with producers and local artisans over the holidays.

  • Colo. preps for Small Biz Saturday

        COLORADO — Colorado small businesses are taking advantage of two groups’ offer of free advertising and consulting them — and the U.S. Small Business Administration — for advice on how to optimally promote Nov. 28’s Small Business Saturday.

  • Small Biz Saturday highlights year-round ‘shop small’ impacts

    Edward Cadena