Hideout unveils plan to annex land near Richardson Flat, possibly opening door to development near Park City’s border
Hideout is making a play to annex hundreds of acres of Summit County land near Richardson Flat, stunning officials.
A Provo developer on Wednesday led dozens of people on a tour of the Park City Mountain Resort parking lots, describing how the firm wants to transform the ground into a major project that has been envisioned for more than two decades.
East Side mayors say the Summit County COVID-19 related restrictions are experimenting with their businesses' busy season.
There have been 560 confirmed cases in Summit County.
Someone apparently overnight Tuesday into Wednesday vandalized the giant Black Lives Matter mural on upper Main Street, covering the word “Black” with gray paint as well as the letter “I” in the word “Lives."
Park City within weeks intends to file an application involving the development of an arts and culture district along Bonanza Drive and Kearns Boulevard.
It was an important decision since the rest of the talks will be heavily influenced by the processing option selected by the Planning Commission on Wednesday.
Between $85 million and $129 million in PPP loans flowed into Summit County since the program's inception this spring. Here's a breakdown of recipients.
Sheriff’s report: Multi-county crime spree that involved shooting at an ambulance and arson ends peacefully
The 32-year-old Nevada man was suspected in multiple felonies over the course of the day.
A Sandy man died and a woman from the Kamas area was injured in two separate traffic crashes on Friday.
The second crash occurred on eastbound Interstate 80 in Parleys Canyon. A Sandy man in his 70s died when his Ford Fusion was hit head on by a Federal Express truck.
"The roads were wet from a light rain," said Sgt. Jeff Plank, a spokesman for the Utah Highway Patrol.
The truck driver was traveling westbound when the vehicle crossed the median and struck the car at about 6:18 p.m.
The driver of the car died on impact, according to Plank. The driver and passenger in the truck suffered minor injuries in the traffic accident.
Lanes in Parleys Canyon were closed as crews investigated the crash.
Meanwhile, a 31-year-old Kamas woman was airlifted to a Salt Lake City hospital Friday morning after her vehicle rolled near Kamas.
At the scene of the crash, South Summit resident Maria Arvizo complained of neck and back pain, Plank said.
Arvizo was traveling westbound on State Road 248 at about 7:45 a.m. when her Ford sport utility vehicle rolled, he explained.
The cause of the crash is under investigation. Plank said the vehicle rolled about 80 yards off the road. "She could not remember what had happened," Plank said.
The woman needed to be extricated from the vehicle.
The following cases were heard on Monday, July 6, in 3rd District Court at the Summit County Justice Center.
County officials Wednesday tweaked the mask mandate after receiving numerous appeals. During the discussion, officials pushed back against a resident who said the coronavirus response has been completely off track and that councilors were "delaying the inevitable."
The county's top public health official said the numbers are starting to resemble state and nationwide trends.
UDOT says new study is underway evaluating safety at the intersection of Brown’s Canyon and S.R. 248
More than 800 people have signed a petition asking for a traffic light at the intersection of Brown's Canyon and S.R. 248 since a nearly fatal crash June 13.
The Park City Police Department last week received a report of upward of 15 people outside somewhere along Woodside Avenue “yelling, fighting and cussing."
The Park City Museum recounts a 1914 field trip from Salt Lake City to the mines of Park City.
Artists were creating a giant Black Lives Matter mural on the Main Street asphalt on midday Saturday, the Fourth of July, bringing the message in large letters to the popular shopping, dining and entertainment strip.
Finally, “Black Lives Matter” gains traction. Showing videos and telling stories that bring attention to the large numbers of deaths by police and the cases and deaths by COVID-19 among African Americans has led to...