Former Canyons Resort GM Mike Goar makes his return to Park City as Park City Mountain's new COO.
According to FEC data, the majority of Summit County Democratic donors have signed onto Joe Biden’s “back to normal.”
Coalville resident discovers suspect in the middle of cutting the catalytic converter from his truck, gets getaway vehicle’s license plate, Sheriff’s Office says.
All are welcome at the annual membership “Dungeon Party” on Thursday, Nov. 21 at the Museum from 5:30 until 7:30 p.m.
The City Council is told the identity of the East Side community would be threatened if plans go through.
Open enrollment ends Dec. 15 and enrollment specialists visit the People’s Health Clinic twice a week to walk people through the process.
The group that represents businesses along Main Street or just off the street has called for the development of a park-and-ride lot, something that would likely be a major project even for a municipal government that is stressing transit as a key step to reducing traffic. The Historic Park City Alliance broached the idea in a wide-ranging memo to Park City leaders.
Parkites on Wednesday will be asked some of the questions that have proven difficult to answer for years. The firm the municipal government tapped to manage an ongoing exercise designed to craft a community vision is scheduled to lead a gathering dubbed the Park City Future Summit.
19 Summit County schools have dedicated hours with an on-site therapist following a county contract changeover Sept. 1.
Three events in Summit County this week: Conversations with County Councilors, a public hearing for a large development in Coalville and a Spanish-language suicide prevention workshop.
Councilors will meet with constituents over breakfast in three restaurants on the East and West sides this week.
861 acres have been placed under a conservation easement, protecting the land from development in perpetuity.
Park City on Friday began the first steps toward selecting buyers for a workforce or otherwise affordable housing project in the northern reaches of Old Town. It is a process that is expected to draw widespread interest as rank-and-file workers compete to win the right to acquire a unit that would put them a few blocks away from Main Street, City Park and Park City Mountain Resort.
Park City has set limits on income and on net worth as it readies to select buyers for the first phase of Woodside Park workforce or otherwise affordable housing in Old Town. The limits differ between two categories of units in the project, those designated as affordable and those that are attainable, and are based on the area median income as well as the household size.
Put on your favorite motivational music and start pumping iron — it's almost time to ski.
Vail Mountain Opening Day 2019 reflects a paradigm shift in decision making for area’s largest employer.
Welcome to Park City Home, Winter 2019.
How to make these bantam bites the centerpiece of a gala gathering for any group, tots to old-timers.
Bathroom more blah than spa? A little elbow grease is the secret to a major transformation.
In winter, there’s nothing quite like a well-stocked pantry to give a cook the warm fuzzies.
Well-traveled tastemakers reveal places where the style is inspirational.