A former Summit County victim advocate who was facing a felony count of misusing public money pleaded guilty Tuesday to a lesser charge in a deal with prosecutors.
Ski Utah now has the numbers to confirm what many Parkites already knew: This past ski season was one for the ages.
Ted Walker recently took over as director of the Summit County Children’s Justice Center after the previous director, Christie Hind, stepped down last month.
A head-on collision Thursday morning on Brown's Canyon Road killed the driver of one vehicle and left another driver with critical injuries.
Meredith Reed was elected to a two-year term as chair of the Summit County Democratic Party and said she sees an opportunity to ride the so-called blue wave that saw a Democratic surge nationally and within the state.
Eastbound Interstate 80 was closed at Echo Junction Thursday after a semi-truck rollover and fuel spill, according to the North Summit Fire District.
Delegates from the Summit County Democratic Party on Saturday nominated Stephanie Larsen to replace Steve Martin, who resigned his post as county assessor last month.
A 3rd District Court judge earlier this month declined to dismiss a felony charge against a former Summit County victim advocate accused of misusing more than $5,000 in donations to the county’s victim assistance program.
Contractor bids for the project came back at least 24 percent higher than what the county anticipated, boosting the total cost of the project from approximately $10.6 million to $12.7 million.
The Clubhouse, a new Park City-based chapter of an international organization, has just a few more hurdles to clear before opening its doors.
Local and state officials are actively looking at ways to mitigate the side effects of the Weber River’s popularity as a spot for recreation.
The Friends of the Summit County Children’s Justice Center needs to raise $800,000 before Sept. 1 to pay off a mortgage for its new headquarters.
Parkite Chadwick Fairbanks III says Utah could turn blue if the state Republican party doesn’t quell the infighting that has divided it in recent years.
According to the Summit County Attorney’s Office, the following cases were heard on Monday, April 22, in 3rd District Court at the Summit County Justice Center: Trisha Jo Sherlene Albretsen, 39, of Kamas, entered a...
The upcoming gatherings are designed as open houses and county staffers will be at the events, along with representatives from various special service districts and agencies.
The Summit County Health Department released a survey on Monday and is encouraging community members to complete it within the next six weeks.
Summit County is set to usher in a new era of providing mental health and substance abuse services to its residents. The Summit County Council Thursday selected University of Utah Health Plans as the county’s...
The Summit County Council was given their first look of the Kimball Junction neighborhood plan, a 20-page document intended to guide future development and redevelopment.
A woman causing a disturbance at Smith’s in Kimball Junction was arrested last week by deputies with the Summit County Sheriff’s Office. Dispatch received a report of a woman acting aggressively and threatening toward other...
The pad locks to 30 different storage units and trailers at a facility in the Snyderville Basin were cut sometime between April 13 and 15.