Monthly Archives: December 2016

Noon Years Eve brings kids from around Provo

2017 came early for some Provo residents this year. Twelve hours early, to be exact.

Noon Years Eve brings kids from around Provo

Church Services for Jan. 1

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Church Services for Jan. 1

Cops, killings and clowns: Top 5 crime stories in 2016

Today marks the 12th in a series of stories devoted to the top news events in Utah County in 2016.It should come as no surprise that crimes occur every month in 2016. From thefts and burglaries to sexual assaults and…

Cops, killings and clowns: Top 5 crime stories in 2016

Brent Taylor carries on his father’s cabinet craftsmanship

Brent Taylor hammers away as he works on a collection of cabinets for a newly-built home. Taylor typically begins his work days around 5:30 in the morning, and he is awaiting his wife’s call for dinner from his home next…

Brent Taylor carries on his father’s cabinet craftsmanship

UTA to extend service to accommodate New Year’s revelries

SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Transit Authority will offer extra service on New Year’s Eve to help people celebrate without needing to drive.

UTA to extend service to accommodate New Year’s revelries

Spanish Fork police arrest pair on suspicion of package theft

Spanish Fork Police Department arrested two people on suspicion of stealing packages from residents’ porches on Friday, according to officials.

Spanish Fork police arrest pair on suspicion of package theft

Officials urge against fireworks amid poor air quality

SALT LAKE CITY — Environmental officials predicting worsening air quality for Utah’s Wasatch Front over the weekend are urging people to avoid driving and forgo setting off fireworks.

Officials urge against fireworks amid poor air quality

Utah Valley Hospital becomes a breast milk donation site

Luke Siemers was born with a head full of hair and plenty of obstacles to overcome.

Utah Valley Hospital becomes a breast milk donation site

UTA to add new wayfinding maps and signs to Orem station and others

Ever get off the bus or train and feel completely disoriented, not knowing which way is north or south, or how to get to your next bus?

UTA to add new wayfinding maps and signs to Orem station and others

Community Action Services adds new hours, Digital Inclusion Fellowship Program’s busy 6 months

Community Action Services and Food Bank changing hours to accommodate working clients

Community Action Services adds new hours, Digital Inclusion Fellowship Program’s busy 6 months