A head-on collision Thursday morning on Brown's Canyon Road killed the driver of one vehicle and left another driver with critical injuries.
The Park City Planning Commission on Wednesday approved a City Hall workforce or otherwise restricted housing development slated for the northern reaches of Old Town.
Sunday, May 19 At 8:53 p.m., the police received a report about two rabbits with white fur on the edge of the street at or close to the intersection of Sidewinder Drive and Comstock Drive....
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,...
An attorney representing a critic of Park City’s plans to build restricted affordable housing in Old Town sent a letter urging officials to meet the same standards that would be required of a private-sector developer in the neighborhood.
Park City Museum pays tribute to the crew of the Iron Mountain bomber crash on Memorial Day
The school is one of 17 bands and choirs from the U.S. selected to perform during the memorial parade.
A Park City student's desire to reduce plastic waste led to engineering a new set of utensils, the Sporknife.
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.
Ashley Battersby is introducing Coalville to yoga through her new studio, State of Mind.
Park City police officers last week responded to reports of fisticuffs, including a complaint about someone throwing a punch.
Park City on Monday held an open house centered on plans to develop a second phase of workforce or otherwise affordable housing in Woodside Park, gathering a variety of opinions.
Ski Utah now has the numbers to confirm what many Parkites already knew: This past ski season was one for the ages.
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.
This story is found in the Spring 2019 edition of Park City Home. Most Park City people know him from his restaurants, but Bill White has a bigger agenda: taking care of the earth. Using...
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.
With snowpack at 140 percent of normal levels, experts caution residents that water conservation is still important and has far-reaching benefits.
Becca Gerber, a first-term member of the Park City Council who is seen as bringing a younger person’s perspective to the Marsac Building, will seek reelection this year.