“I love history,” she said. “It’s kind of nerdy, but it’s really interesting."
Visiting Angels partner with the Alzheimer’s Association to host Singing for a Cure, a lip sync battle encouraging the community to come together to dance and sing until they find a cure.
Holladay’s artist of the month is Justin Wheatley.
A special election was approved by the city council, though officials also say petition doesn’t qualify. Courts to decide.
The Jordan River is often overlooked as a natural asset of the Salt Lake Valley, but one local nonprofit is working to raise awareness among the community’s youth.
Lead Attorney Brent Bateman answered the Cottonwood Heights City Council’s questions about property rights during a city council meeting.
The Wasatch Fault and other geological hazards have been of concern for newly elected councilwoman Tali Bruce. The Utah Geological Survey visited a council meeting to discuss potential danger within the city.
Head coach Jenny Watts looks to build on last season’s state championship when she guided the Olympus girls tennis team to a six-point victory.
The city ordinance, passed in February 2013, is enforceable on “all public property,” i.e., schools.
When students in Granite School District went back to school on Aug. 20, two Holladay schools were still working to finish summer construction projects.