Living in a desert state, some Salt Lake Valley residents are making it a mission to conserve water.
The 28th annual Zions Bank Paint-a-Thon community service project spruced up seven homes in Taylorsville this year.
Salt Lake Community College creates a new public relations position in anticipation of the school’s 75th anniversary.
The new federal tax law may help Taylorsville secure new retail businesses to locate in the city.
The Salt Lake Chamber wants to start a dialogue about housing problems in Utah.
Salt Lake City will soon have a new airport.
The Taylorsville-based Utah Down Syndrome Foundation has received a $2,500 SelectHealth grant, for the second time in three years.
Students learn to regulate their own emotions through mindfulness trainings.
Integrated Martial Arts hopes to teach aspiring young Jedi the art of using a lightsaber and develop positive self-esteem.
By Keyra Kristoffersen | email@example.com
For three “dayzz” at the end of June, Valley Regional Park in Taylorsville saw car shows, movies, a parade, games and pony rides fill the air before the fireworks extravaganza closed out Taylorsville Dayzz 2018.