West Jordan and Copper Hills boys and girls basketball teams are set to begin the season.
Saratoga Springs is building a new baseball facility, and leagues in Salt Lake are hoping it will bring more room for them as well.
The Grizzlies are poised to return to the state volleyball tournament for the second straight year and this year they hope to make an impact.
PTA President taps into the brotherhood of lacrosse to bring anti-bullying and suicide prevention education to the community.
For 45 years, families have been attending Terra Linda Elementary. A celebration was held to remember the good old days.
A Riverton family takes their daughters’ education on the road for a yearlong tour of the country.
Salt Lake County held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for a new youth services center in West Jordan, which is more accessible for the youth and community partners.
A rate decrease in sewer fees was discussed and then tabled after questions were raised regarding a large cash balance in the sewer fund, totaling more than one full year’s operating funds.
An ordinance narrowly passes to subdivide a rural 1-acre lot in West Jordan, with many neighbors speaking out on both sides of the issue.
Fiscal impact studies completed in 2005 and 2014 may be useful tools to evaluate the government change question appearing on the November 2017 ballot.