Arlene Loble served as the Park City manager in the 1980s, a pivotal period that prepared the community for the boom years that would follow in the 1990s. Loble, who recently died, is credited with introducing a level of professionalism to the municipal government that was needed amid the growth challenges.
Sundance schedules 11 screenings for its 2019 summer series, and the public can vote on one.
Cyndi Schwandt, 68, was known in the mountain biking community for her love of purple, her enthusiasm for the sport, and her involvement in building the early trails system. On Monday she was remembered with a group ride.
The Sundance Institute announced on Tuesday it is dissolving their Utah Advisory Board and will replace the board with a new advisory council to represent local festival interests.
Seeking to overturn HB 3001 and reinstate Prop 2, medicinal cannabis advocates asked the County Council to join their lawsuit.
Voices in the Hills, an acoustic artist showcase series, will begin Wddnesday, June 19, at the Park City Library patio
The annual celebration of the Olympic spirit, which is celebrated nationally and internationally, marks the beginning of the park’s influx of summer visitors on June 22.
Mountain Town News: Snowpack starts to run fast and cold
Summer Solstice Hike Basin Recreation is hosting a free community hike to welcome the summer on Friday, June 21 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Hikers will meet at the Lost Prospector trailhead for a...
With 40,000 square feet of retail space, 234 condos and something called a “ski beach,” the Pendry project will be a major addition to Canyons Village.
FranklinCovey's Scott Jeffrey Miller will release his new book 'Management Mess to Leadership Success' on June 18
A group of Old Town residents say in a letter to the editor that Park City is better off leaving land on Marsac Avenue as open space than developing it into affordable housing.
The efforts of organizations like the South Summit Trails Foundation mean access to easy access to trails is no longer an amenity enjoyed only on the West Side.
The biggest Wasatch Back development that no one is talking about – or has control over.
Quincey Cummings and Mitchell Andrus, two Parkites, turned their experience in sailing and hospitality into an adventure travel business, which as an adventure of its own.
The Park City Historical Society loves old buildings. Each year, starting in May and continuing into June, the nonprofit, which oversees the Park City Museum, orders 500 ribbons that volunteers place on historic structures, said...
Anita Lewis, Brent Ovard and Travis English were influential in shaping how residents interact with the county.
Rachelle Flinn hopes to expand access to family planning and women’s health care, among other policy upgrades, as she takes the reins of the People’s Health Clinic.
Steele DeWald has his life in Park City down to a routine. After some strange encounters in his 20s, he’s OK with the mundane.
Park City Film and Park City Library will invite the community members to take a free summer trip around the world while sitting in an air-conditioned theater with the International Summer Film Series. The series,...