Avon Products Inc. is continuing a long tradition this year in coordinating stuffed animal donations to Unified Police and Unified Fire agencies serving Taylorsville.
The Jordan River Commission continues to make strides to improve this popular Salt Lake Valley waterway.
Taylorsville City holds its 21st annual awards banquet
Taylorsville/Bennion Heritage Center houses antiques and hosts tours while struggling to make ends meet.
The Salt Lake Valley Emergency Communications Center is working to educate the public on when not to call 911
The Taylorsville City Public Safety Committee has sold more than 125 radon gas test kits to city residents, as it continues its volunteer effort to help make people safe.
Taylorsville voters will be able to cast ballots in city races this year by mail or at polling locations throughout Salt Lake County.
New Taylorsville-Plymouth UFA fire station is seven times larger than the old one.
West Jordan Police Department released the following statement with photos and videos.
American Industrialism at the turn of the 20th century brought Utah women out of their homes and into the workplace. There they faced inequality and wage disparity.