During the month of February, the CHBA Cottonwood Heights Business Association held a diaper drive and collected over 6,000 diapers for the Road Home.
Jim and Kathie Hawkins will host a food drive in recognition of their proclaimed day from 2016.
American Industrialism at the turn of the 20th century brought Utah women out of their homes and into the workplace. There they faced inequality and wage disparity.
On Feb. 9, Rep. Jason Chaffetz held a tTown hHall mMeeting. He expected a civic dialogue with the residents he represents. Instead, he was met with chants and protest.
The city of Cottonwood Heights could experience direct impacts of some of the bills presented in the 2017 General Legislative Session. The city lobbyist discusses some of these bills with the city council and mayor.
Ivory Companies reaches an agreement with the Howard Hughes Corporation to purchase the land that formerly housed the Cottonwood Mall, giving Holladay residents hope for there is finally a light at the end of the tunnel.
Holladay City holds appreciation week to commemorate their fallen officer, and honor all the men and women still serving.
In the fall of 2017 Harmons will open its doors as the neighborhood grocery for Holladay Village.
Recycling is a lot simpler than most people believe, due to different information from each city. Here are a few things everyone should know to become a better recycler.
The Cottonwood Heights Business Association (CHBA) will be working this upcoming year on providing more events and fine-tuning events that will be re-occurring from last year.