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The Unified Fire Authority hosted an open house at Station #110, located at 1790 East Fort Union Boulevard, on Oct. 24.
“I bought the dirt. My family and I built the building and opened up this location,” Shane Barbor, the owner, said. “We’ve been received by the locals in the community well.”
As vice principal at the St. Vincent de Paul Catholic School, Sarah Lambert recognizes the importance of developing students “educationally, spiritually, and emotionally.”
A unique kind of gym in Cottonwood Heights creates a close-knit community among its members while providing an effective and fun way to get in shape
A makeover for the 100-by-400 foot area located on the west side of I-215, just off of 4500 South and Stratton Drive in Holladay, has been long overdue.
Cottonwood Heights man crafts ghoulish creations for home Halloween decorations.
The city council received complaints about the new H&D BBQ restaurant smoking out the neighborhood behind it.
Lundell is replacing Steve Fawcett, who announced his retirement earlier this year. Lundell and his wife, Amy, have two children, one son and one daughter, who both attend high school.
Craig Fisher, local sculptor and member of the Holladay Arts Council, recently held two beginning sculpting classes. The goal of Fisher and the Arts Council is to broaden the exposure of the Holladay community to diverse areas of the arts.
Bengal Boulevard has been under construction this summer.