Liberty Square residents frustrated at continued water shut-offs, ‘unreliable management’

Residents at Liberty Square apartment complex, owned by Redstone Residential Management, are claiming the complex has failed to provide them with water, are not communicating and caused a giant hole in the middle of their quad, among other issues.

Celebration of Life in honor of ‘Berlin Candy Bomber’

People gathered at the Spanish Fork Airport to honor the life and legacy of Gail Halvorsen, also known as the “Berlin Candy Bomber.”

Provo Police honor fallen officers for National Police Week

The Provo Police Department honored officers wounded or killed on duty with a memorial flag ceremony on Monday morning. National Police Week began on May 15, and it recognizes America's law enforcement, especially those who have lost their lives.

LoveLoud Festival promotes acceptance, love for Utahn LGBTQ youth

The LoveLoud Festival returned to the Vivint Arena in Salt Lake City after a two year hiatus because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Provo Airport hosts open house to celebrate new terminal grand opening

The Provo airport new terminal opened for the public this week and hosted an open house to celebrate its gran opening on May 6.

Friends, family, government and church leaders honor Sen. Orrin Hatch during funeral service

Hundreds of friends and family honored the life of Sen. Orrin G. Hatch at a funeral service this afternoon in the University of Utah Institute of Religion in Salt Lake City.
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