Residents are encouraged to think about alternate routes for travel on October 15, 2016 during the SoJo Marathon.
While significant progress has been made to the economic condition of the district due to an improved economy as well as increases in residential and commercial growth, we are still lacking in funding for new schools.
“What’s Up in Riverton: A Celebration of Community” attracted an estimated 1,000 residents to the Riverton City park on Sept. 17 to promote doing business with Riverton-based companies.
Ten things you might not know about the $50 million soccer facility that’s under construction in Herriman.
Wendy Thomas joined Herriman City as the director of Parks and Recreation.
No mother wants to hear her child speak the words “I want to die.” But for parents of children battling depression, that is a fear. And for me, it became a reality when one of my own children was struggling and needed help.
As your County Councilman, I appreciate the responsibility that comes with serving our community. No subject is of greater concern to our state right now than opioid abuse and overdose deaths. The problem is pervasive, prevalent, and devastating.
Local Colleges may lose their accreditations, if decision of Department of Education is upheld through appeal process.
The West Valley City Police Department is searching for victims in a puppy sales scam that's been going on for more than 2 years.
The Humane Society of Utah (HSU), along with the Humane Society of the United States and other Utah wildlife organizations, are opposed to the Utah Wildlife Board’s proposal to increase the cougar hunting quota.