January 15, 2019 — Brian Case has been searching for an excuse to move to Park City for several years, and he finally stumbled upon one last year. Case, an adviser with the financial planning and investment management firm Elevage Partners, recently hired a client services representative for Park
January 14, 2019 — Students from the Park City Learning Academy and Park City High School’s special education program serve coffee and hot chocolate at Lucky Ones’ new coffee cart in the Christian Center of Park City.
January 12, 2019 — Stein Eriksen Residences opens restaurant to the public Stein Eriksen Residences plans to open The 7880 Club to the public, according to a press release. The club, which is located at the hotel at Deer Valley Resort, was previously open only to hotel guests. The
January 6, 2019 — The Brew Pub Plaza, and other projects on Main Street, were defunded when the Treasure bond was voted in by Park City residents. Businesses on Main Street are disappointed with the reallocation of funds.
January 5, 2019 — Park City Coffee Roaster partners with Intermountain Healthcare Intermountain Healthcare recently announced that it will be renewing its contract with Park City Coffee Roaster to provide coffee at all of its 23 hospitals in the Mountain West, according to a press release. Rob Hibl, co-owner
January 1, 2019 — Eight years back, Rory Swensen was struggling to get up in the morning and stay motivated throughout the day, but no medical professional could tell him the reason for his ailments. Finally, one doctor offered to check Swensen's hormones levels, and Swensen learned that his
December 29, 2018 — Lunch and learn will discuss insurance, health care options The Park City Chamber/Bureau is set to host a lunch and learn event on Jan. 15. According to the Chamber/Bureau's website, the event will focus on health care and insurance options businesses can offer to their
December 24, 2018 — Since starting in 2015, the Saving Gracie Equine Healing Foundation has rescued 32 horses and re-homed 14. Barb Phillipps, the founder, says she is committed to saving any horse she can.
December 22, 2018 — Tourism leaders worry that the new DUI law will negatively impact Utah’s already damaged reputation with its strict liquor laws. Whether visitors will choose to go elsewhere is yet to be seen.
December 22, 2018 — Deer Valley chef to be a guest on the TODAY show Zane Holmquist, vice president of food and beverage and corporate chef at Stein Eriksen Lodge, is scheduled to return to NBC's TODAY Christmas show as a guest, according to a press release. Holmquist will
December 18, 2018 — Working in the hospitality industry has always brought Todd Shallan a significant amount of joy. He thrives in the unpredictable days, the slew of challenges that are difficult to avoid and the near-constant opportunities to improve a guest's experience through small actions. It is what
December 17, 2018 — There is a little bit of Norway on Main Street. We Norwegians, a brand from the Scandinavian country, recently opened its first U.S. store in Park City. The retailer, located at 675 Main St., sells its knitwear clothing and other Norwegian brands. We Norwegians was
December 16, 2018 — Vail Resorts recently announced its awardees for its annual Park City Community Grant Awards and also detailed proposed capital improvement projects for the 2019-20 ski season. Through the company's foundation, EpicPromise, Vail Resorts awarded $3.1 million to 35 nonprofits in the Park City area. The
December 15, 2018 — Montage International is bringing another resort to Park City. Pendry Residences Park City, a luxury condominium development, is set to go up at the base of the Canyons Village side of Park City Mountain Resort. Construction is set to start in the summer with a
December 14, 2018 — PandoLabs to moderate entrepreneurship talks The nonprofit for entrepreneurship PandoLabs is partnering with Park City Summit County Arts Council and BRANDed PC to host entrepreneurial panel talks on Dec. 20 and Dec. 21. According to PandoLabs' newsletter, PandoLabs will be moderating a talk titled "The