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Vineyard taking shape as ‘an urban city’ built on former steel...

Squeezed between Orem to the east and Utah Lake to the west, by 2017, Vineyard had approximately 12,403 residents. It's a city on the move, and residential growth there — particularly in high-density housing — is poised to influence the rest of Utah County.
Hannah Petersen

Provo City Library presents exhibit for Black History Month

The Provo City Library is hosting an exhibit until Feb. 28 for Black History Month that depicts race relations in the 19th century.
Preston Crawley

Provo City Council votes yes on microbreweries

Provo City Council decided in a narrow vote of 4-3 to change land use ordinances to allow brewery restaurants to open in downtown Provo, the Riverwoods and the Provo Towne Centre mall.

School choice celebrated in Utah County while homeschooling numbers grow

National School Choice Week, held Jan 26 to Feb. 1, saw students, schools and parents across the country celebrating parents' right to choose the best form of education for their children. But homeschooling, an increasingly popular option in Utah County, was left out.
Jenny Goldsberry

Provo entrepreneurs among those who benefit from support program

Members of Provo's chapter of 1MillionCups meet every Wednesday at 9 a.m. at what some members describe as a support group for entrepreneurs.

SJR1: Resolution would pave way for grant to improve communication about...

A Utah Legislature joint resolution aims to improve communication between physicians and health care workers about older Utahns as they transition from...