Program will discuss protecting home, business through environmental design Sure, fixing a broken floodlight or trimming some overgrown hedges can do wonders for the aesthetics of your home or business. But it turns out they could cast some light on safety, too. A system of
The TreeCycle program is back in full swing across Colorado Springs with seven drop-off locations accepting live evergreens for recycling.
The Colorado Springs Police Department will pilot two new education programs in 2019.
Solid Rock CDC will launch a new program in January geared at turning the formerly incarcerated into successful entrepreneurs and employees.
The Citadel mall was temporarily closed following Tuesday’s event.
The inaugural issue of the Southeast Express will be delivered via the U.S. Postal Service in early February to 30,000 households in the diverse and vibrant 80910 and 80916 ZIP codes. It will also be available for free at select high-traffic locations. For the first
The new Southeast Express newspaper launches with a tribute to Fannie Mae Duncan, Colorado Springs’ queen of inclusion. In the meantime, enjoy our prototype edition and help spread the word about the Express! The inaugural issue of the Southeast Express will be delivered via the
Take a look at the Express’ digital plan By now, you know The Southeast Express will not cut corners in its news coverage or market place. We aim to be innovative in how we offer the community news and advertising content. But we’re not stopping
Hello, Southeast Colorado Springs! We couldn’t be happier to meet you. I am honored to serve as the founding editor and general manager of the publication you are currently holding in your hands. I am also its receptionist, ombudsmen, primary coffee drinker . . .
Here’s what some of our Southeast leaders are saying about the Express . . . Sen.-elect Pete Lee “Benjamin Franklin was a newspaper founder and publisher, and he used his newspaper to link and connect the community together — the community being Philadelphia, which (with