Last Updated: Oct 27, 2016 02:57PM •
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The Salt Lake County Parks and Recreation is holding a $90 million bond election to fund new projects such as new parks and updates to existing ones.
Firefighters from across the state competed in a chili cook-off to benefit a burn camp for burn-injury survivors.
The Cottonwood Heights Recreation Center held a Biggest Loser competition to get residents back into a healthier lifestyle.
Holladay Arts Council co-sponsored a summer concert series for the first time this year and are hoping to make it an annual tradition.
While navigating the crowds on Liberty Island, I learned some things I thought I’d share with you.
Halloween. It’s a holiday that leaves me confused and mystified. No, it’s not the witches brew getting to me, it’s the evolution of the holiday itself.
A local group encourages residents to be more aware of what normal wildlife behavior looks like versus when to call the authorities.
Cottonwood Heights held its annual Bark in the Park event where residents brought their dogs to enjoy vendors, obstacle courses and a splash pad.
The Cottonwood Heights Youth Council helps the city through volunteering at several city events.
The Revel Big Cottonwood Canyon Marathon, one of the fastest and most beautiful races in the state, took place on Sept. 10.