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ALS you need is love: Arts community rallied for benefit concert

Arts community rallied for benefit concert

Be Bright, Recycle Right: Trans-Jordan leads countywide recycling initiative

Trans-Jordan Landfill has taken the lead on a new recycling initiative that was launched in May. The city’s Trans-Jordan services, along with Salt Lake County, are educating residents on what should and shouldn’t be recycled.

Three school districts in valley increase teacher pay, benefits

Granite, Canyons and Jordan school districts in Salt Lake County have increased teachers’ pay for the upcoming school year, in an effort to retain and hire enough teachers for ever-growing classrooms.

SoJo Summerfest and more: 14 Salt Lake County festivals to check out this summer

Catch this year’s Draper Days Parade on July 11. (Draper City)

May the Fourth Be with You — a Viridian tradition

The Salt Lake Comic Con FanX has come and gone until next fall. Now what? Millions of sci-fi fans and a convenient play on words agree that Star Wars deserves its own holiday, and the Viridian Event Center has answered the call.

A series of unfortunate events: Homeless shelter site selection

A look at the decisions and events that led up to the homeless shelter site being chosen in South Salt Lake.

Rezone near future CenterCal development passed unanimously

A rezone at 4245 W.. 12600 South passed unanimously by the Riverton city council on Feb. 21.

Controversial rezone denied at 11800 South and 4000 West

A property that has had multiple applications submitted for rezone that has many residents frustrated was denied by the city council on the March 7 city council meeting.

Just serve: a new way to volunteer shows service project opportunities in and outside of your community that nearly anyone can volunteer for.

Riverton Art’s Council’s ‘Annie’ circulates timely message

Directors and cast members alike hoped their production of “Annie” could bring Riverton audiences a sense of hope through national and political issues.

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