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Grandeur Peak Trailhead is giving Millcreek residents a congestion headache. Neighbors clashed Tuesday during a Salt Lake County Council meeting over how to handle parking near the popular spot, weighing in on options to alleviate the problem.
The City Council is considering a proposal to install sensors that would collect real-time data by tracking electronic devices' Wi-Fi and Bluetooth signals.
‘Centennial City’ wants to hold onto small-town feel even as it goes through big changes.
Budget discussions at a special City Council meeting earlier in the week revealed a deep rift between Mayor Cherie Wood and council members, though they were resolved in a compromise agreement approved unanimously last Wednesday.
The City Council has cleared the way for a new community amenity: a farmers market in the Village Center Plaza.
Primary election rivals state Sen. Lincoln Fillmore and Rep. Rich Cunningham, both R-South Jordan, hold similar views on a lot of issues, but when it comes to SB54 and how candidates are nominated they have a dramatic parting of the ways.
The Salt Lake City Cemetery is working to create a master plan that will guide future decisions to make the cemetery more sustainable and enjoyable for future generations.
Rob Ence was appointed the Utah Aging Commission's new executive director.
The Draper Historic Preservation Commission wants to preserve a piece of the history of the Utah State Prison.
A group of preschoolers handed a check Tuesday to City Council members to build a new, all-abilities playground.