There’s a new gathering place in downtown St. George, specifically designed to attract residents and businesses to the heart of the city’s historic center.
In a recent newspaper article, Ralph Becker, who is running for mayor of Salt Lake City, called The Gateway “a big mistake.”
CENTERVILLE — The city’s new Main Street master plan will have to wait a little longer before becoming a reality.
A public hearing was held Tuesday night at the Lindon city center, where the city’s proposed aquatic and fitness center was reviewed and discussed.
The $2.1 million price tag on newly opened Quarry Bend Park in Sandy doesn’t include labor costs for planting 800 trees and shrubs scattered throughout.
When Sugar House residents learned developers were coming to town, many feared it was the end of their favorite shops—from Pib’s Exchange consignment clothing to Sugarhouse Coffee, the longtime anchor of the 2100 South and Highland Drive intersection.
MORGAN – Mountain Green, a bucolic gem of a community just 10 minutes from Snowbasin Ski Resort and 15 minutes from Ogden, has become a magnet for homebuilders in recent years.
(KCPW News) Housing advocates spoke out today against the Salt Lake City Redevelopment Agency’s likely plan to demolish what they say is a historic part of the downtown area. The threatened buildings are located on the East side of State Street between 200 and 300 South.
U faculty members and students were among the featured speakers at this weekend’s first-annual Salt Lake City satellite hosting of the national Bioneers Conference.
Three City Council seats, two incumbents, four challengers, and one big issue: How to preserve Park City’s quality of life in the face of boomtown growth?