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.
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.
19 Summit County schools have dedicated hours with an on-site therapist following a county contract changeover Sept. 1.
861 acres have been placed under a conservation easement, protecting the land from development in perpetuity.
The parcel lies to the east of the elementary school and is currently undeveloped. Basin Rec officials hope to add ballfields and trails and possibly a parking lot and bathrooms.
Online threat against CEO of embattled Backcountry.com prompts response from Summit County Sheriff’s Office
The threatening message named the CEO’s neighborhood, Wright said, prompting the family to leave the home for safety. It did not contain the home’s address.
District officials have discussed the issue for at least a decade.
Summit County Sheriff’s Office determines there was not an attack on Park City superintendent’s home
The Sheriff's Office concluded Friday evening a window in the home was likely broken due to temperature fluctuation and not because a rock had been thrown at it.
(Updated 11/8/19) For the second time in three years, voters have rejected a measure that would allow the South Summit School District to borrow tens of millions of dollars to build a new high school....
East Side ag representatives told the Summit County Board of Health they want more input in new groundwater protection plans.
Live PC Give PC: Nonprofits with missions from mental health to preserving the canyons rally for support
Annual fundraiser is this Friday and organizers hope to get 5,000 individual donors.
Developers plan to irrigate the proposed golf course by diverting water from the Weber River, taking unused reserve water rights Coalville’s mayor says it wouldn’t come close to using in 20 years.
At the center of the Welcoming Schools controversy is an August afternoon when a certified trainer named Holly Bell led educators through an Embracing Family Diversity training at Trailside Elementary.
Community meeting reveals support for anti-bullying programs, but parents divided about Welcoming Schools
About 75 people packed into Hugo Coffee Shop Tuesday to discuss the Welcoming Schools professional development training.
Strange, circular fire station emerges in Kamas, a design that is saving the South Summit Fire District millions
The $2.2 million project budget is a fraction of the other bids the district received, which ranged up to $14 million.
According to court documents, the victim had invited the alleged attacker’s wife into his home late at night, and shortly after she entered, the woman messaged her husband that it was time to come in and rob the victim.
The county can still back out of the 15-year contract to buy power from a proposed solar farm without financial penalty.
North Summit Elementary students recognized as No. 1 in the state at hitting reading targets.
The district’s manager says if the tax doesn’t pass, youth sports will likely cease.