A Park City student's desire to reduce plastic waste led to engineering a new set of utensils, the Sporknife.
The school is one of 17 bands and choirs from the U.S. selected to perform during the memorial parade.
In the middle of end-of-year exams, Jake Bleil still paused to celebrate when he got the good news. He was named a National Merit Scholar. Bleil, a Park City resident and senior at Rowland Hall,...
Ashley Battersby is introducing Coalville to yoga through her new studio, State of Mind.
Deer Valley Resort hired Jamo O’Reilly as the director of lodging operations to oversee its more than 450 residences.
The second annual Wasatch Back Economic Summit, which connects business owners and tourism leaders in Summit and Wasatch counties, will take place at the DeJoria Center on May 30.
The Christian Center of Park City had a makeover last year, and its boutique felt it was time for one, too.
David Bieber has been a business consultant and entrepreneur for most of his adult life. Now, he is leading the entrepreneur nonprofit PandoLabs.
A Park City High School senior facing 18 criminal charges admitted to releasing pepper spray in the school’s lecture hall last month to prevent a conservative school club from hosting an event.
The Mexican folk dance club is set to perform dances from northern Mexico and a western state called Jalisco at its event on May 24.
Students in the work-base learning program get real-life work experience, and local businesses can train employees to fill positions.
Teacher Dallas Gines says she now knows what to do if an intruder enters her classroom with a gun — Fight them and get the gun out of their grasp before they can harm students.
The Park City clinic is TMS Solutions’ 11th location. It offers transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) treatment for patients with depression.
Parkite Linda Klug, founder of the artificial intelligence company Airin, was a finalist in the innovation in technology category for the Sego Awards.
Skullcandy decided to renovate its store after undergoing a company-wide rebranding. The new store reflects the company’s updated values and mission.
PCHS teacher Melanie Moffat launched the Dream Big program, which pre-teaches AP content to students who speak English as a second language, two years ago.
Over the course of seven weeks, the two PCHS juniors raised $35,000 for cancer research.
All Summit County residents are invited to paint the mural, which will be located on the sidewalk outside North Summit Elementary School.
PC READS, a nonprofit that supports students with reading disabilities, presented Julie Hastings with the Elevating Literacy Award during its annual fundraiser.
Stio has become a brand synonymous with Jackson Hole, and the company’s leaders want it to become a Park City brand, too.