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  • Big Choice Brewing plans for pizza kitchen

    A local brewery plans to offer patrons another way to fill their bellies, soon.

    Big Choice Brewing plans to add a pizza kitchen to its premises at 21 S. First Ave. The brewery plans to serve pizza and a variety of snack foods to its patrons, in addition to its selection of beers brewed on-site.

  • Big Choice Brewing plans for pizza

    A local brewery plans to offer patrons another way to fill their bellies, soon.

    Big Choice Brewing plans to add a pizza kitchen to its premises at 21 S. First Ave. The brewery plans to serve pizza and a variety of snack foods to its patrons, in addition to its selection of beers brewed on-site.

  • Evolution Women’s Conference
  • Two Brighton apartment buildings have new owners

    Brighton’s Terrace Apartments and the Sun Meadows Apartments changed owners. 

    A Chicago investor bought the 36-unit, three-story walk-up complex in the 100 block of West Egbert Street for a reported $9.5 million. The sale closed May 25.

    Rents range from $740 to $1,185 per month. The average, according to the Colorado Real Estate Journal, is $950 per unit. The unit was constructed in 1966/

  • Evolution women’s conference planned June 14

    The first-ever Evolution Women’s Conference will be Thursday, June 14, at the Armory Performing Arts Center, 300 Strong St.

    The Greater Brighton Chamber of Commerce will host the event.

    Nikki Slup, vice president of communications at SCL Health, is the breakfast keynote speaker. Slup oversees all communication activities at the healthcare company, including internal communications and crisis communications.

  • Platte Valley welcomes new physician

    Platte Valley Medical Center officials said they hired Dr. Cristian Dinescu to the team of internal medicine physicians, working alongside Drs. Robert Massa and Jennifer Winthers at Integrative Internal Medicine in Brighton and Reunion.

    Dinescu helps patients manage and treat COPD, asthma and various lung diseases, hypertension, diabetes, chronic kidney diseases, rheumatological and other endocrine-related conditions, heart failure and cardiovascular disease.

  • Robb’s Inc. closes after three decades in Brighton

    Robb’s Inc. grocery and household goods store opened its doors for the last time Saturday, May 19, after 34 years of business.

    The “Brighton institution,” as it has been called, appears to have fallen victim to rising commercial real estate prices.

    “It’s just going to be a big change, especially after going to work at the same place every day for however many umpteenth years” said a tearful Anita Watkins, who has worked at Robb’s Inc. since 1990.

  • No Prohibition? No problem

    It’s no secret a new establishment is in the works on Main Street. Moonshine Bar, 119 N. Main St., is expected to officially open its doors at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 2. 

    Until then owners Michelle Williams and Joe Archuletta, want to keep a little mystery surrounding the bar, covering the window with papers, literally keeping their work under wraps. 

  • Coblaco Services Inc. celebrates 40 years

    Coblaco Services Inc. celebrates 40 years in Brighton this May as an industrial coating and pipeline service company.

    Owner Phil Davis started the company as Colorado Blasting and Painting with two employees. He expanded on a 40-acre site in Henderson and changed the name to the current Coblaco in 1998.