Last Updated: Oct 28, 2016 01:28PM •
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Riverton’s Family Search Library is offering genealogy classes to the general public at select libraries and senior centers.
Community donors pitched in to help a domestic violence shelter install a new playground at its West Jordan facility at the end of September.
Terry and Kicki Schade worked to connect the nonprofit organization Up With People to sponsors in the Salt Lake Area for a successful visit in September.
The Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation is holding a $90 million bond election to fund new projects such as new parks and updates to existing ones.
Since the announcement of a new City Hall and the adjoining five acre Community Park which will constitute our Towne Center, some of our residents have voiced deep concerns as to the timing of such a project as well as the financial obligation the city would incur.
One Bluffdale artist continues to adapt her style as computer graphics change the way people view calligraphy.
Rosecrest Park bustled with Cub Scouts Webelos from districts 18 and 20 of the Great Salt Lake Council as community members transformed it into a makeshift science laboratory with a geology focus.
Aladdin, Jasmine, Genie and all of their associates are coming to a Riverton stage, but audience members shouldn’t come expecting a regurgitation of the Disney cartoon
While navigating the crowds on Liberty Island, I learned some things I thought I’d share with you.
Halloween. It’s a holiday that leaves me confused and mystified. No, it’s not the witches brew getting to me, it’s the evolution of the holiday itself.