A proposal working its way through the Legislature could open the door to $1 million in annual economic development grants for Summit County.
Years after helping build Park City's ski industry, Otto Carpenter and Bob Burns turned their attention toward building a senior center.
The Park City Police Department last week received several complaints about graffiti, including in the Main Street core.
A majority of the people in the Park City Future Summit crowd recently indicated they were willing to pay more in property taxes to support City Hall’s housing efforts.
Deputies responded to Woodward Park City Friday night after a neighbor reported the sound of a snowcat cutting the superpipe could be heard across Interstate 80. The light situation, meanwhile, has not been resolved.
Sheriff’s deputies arrested a man on suspicion of arson after he admitted he brought gasoline, a fire extinguisher and a camera to document starting fires in an abandoned Woodland home that burned Friday, according to a probable cause affidavit.
The Park City Police Department last week received a series of reports involving driver collisions with wildlife or other sorts of cases involving animals.
The Park City Police Department has stepped up its efforts to protect pedestrians after several accidents involving drivers and people walking along a road or crossing one.
Coalville referendum organizers have gathered enough signatures to put the Wohali development on the ballot in June
The Wohali referendum met its mark and it appears that the question will be put to voters in June. Tonight, the Coalville Planning Commission will hear a proposal from the developers about what they will build if the referendum overturns the original project's approval.
In another case, a 30-year-old Park City man pleaded guilty to driving under the influence.
Park City restaurateur and farmer Bill White uses holistic land management techniques in attempt to save the soil
"Once you fix it, you’re not done, that’s just how you do it (from now on). Once you start dallying with nature, it’s a commitment.”
A Silver Creek church is seeking to more than double in size while the county needs to buy an easement across its land
The Mountain Life Church is seeking to more than double in size at the same time as Summit County is seeking an 80-foot-wide easement across its land for the new Bitner Road connection. Officials say the projects can't be linked, but should be coordinated.
The people at the second part of the Park City Future Summit were nearly unanimous in indicating they have some level of concern.
The Park City Police Department in early February fielded a report of a possible wolf sighting in the vicinity of Richardson Flat, but an officer found a different species.
Mayor Andy Beerman and Colin Hilton, the president and CEO of the Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation, were named to high-level posts in the organization that will pursue a Winter Olympics.
Firm behind Mayflower Mountain Resort hires former Vail Resorts executive as construction on the property’s first hotel could begin next month
The firm behind the Mayflower Mountain Resort has hired a former Vail executive as a consultant. With construction imminent on the first hotel, Extell says conversations about who will operate the resort are ongoing.
“When you look at our average daily rate projections for the entire winter... we’re looking at our best year ever.”
A young girl fell off the Town Lift on Wednesday, landing in the protective netting that stretches across Park Avenue, Park City Mountain Resort said.
The roster of the Salt Lake City-Utah Committee for the Games, the organization seated to pursue a Winter Olympics, includes people with ties to the Park City area representing a range of backgrounds and industries.
The Provo-based firm that intends to acquire the Park City Mountain Resort parking lots for a major development submitted an application to City Hall on Thursday outlining ambitious plans.