Daily Archives: June 12, 2019

Transient man charged with child sex abuse may have returned to Utah after deportation

Felony charges were filed on Monday against a man who reportedly sexually abused a young girl during a friend’s sleepover nearly eight years ago.

Transient man charged with child sex abuse may have returned to Utah after deportation

Lindon charter school tops Provo metro area high school rankings

A Lindon public charter school is the top high school in the Provo area, according to a new ranking from the U.S. News & World Report.

Lindon charter school tops Provo metro area high school rankings

Orem man pleads not guilty to shooting, killing visitor at apartment complex

A 19-year-old man pleaded not guilty to murder charges after reportedly killing a 26-year-old man at an apartment complex near Utah Valley University four months ago.

Orem man pleads not guilty to shooting, killing visitor at apartment complex

Spanish Fork toddler doing “remarkably well” after falling from second-story window

A 3-year-old boy is recovering after he fell from a second-story window and landed on a cement driveway around noon on Tuesday.

Spanish Fork toddler doing “remarkably well” after falling from second-story window

What to know about Utah County cities’ yard sale codes and laws

Now that spring cleaning is done and many people have gathered stuff into bags and piles, it’s time to decide to just throw the stuff away, donate it or have a yard sale to make some quick change.

What to know about Utah County cities’ yard sale codes and laws

The Force is strong with Saratoga Splash Days

At Saratoga Splash Days you can ride the ferris wheel, eat at your favorite food truck, watch the parade, and then fight an epic battle on the side of good or evil.

The Force is strong with Saratoga Splash Days

Elk Ridge boil advisory may remain in effect through Friday

A boil advisory for Elk Ridge may not be lifted until Friday or later, according to a Facebook post from the city.

Elk Ridge boil advisory may remain in effect through Friday

Zions Bank employees provide home repairs for quadriplegic Springville man

David and Debbie Bethers watched in amazement Monday evening as dozens of volunteers began transforming their home and yard.

Zions Bank employees provide home repairs for quadriplegic Springville man

Provo school district approves purchase of Timp Kiwanis Park, OKs new teacher salary schedule

Timp Kiwanis Park should belong to the Provo City School District by the end of the month following approval from the district’s board of education Tuesday evening to purchase the property.

Provo school district approves purchase of Timp Kiwanis Park, OKs new teacher salary schedule

What will be developed on the old Allen’s Grocery store property in Springville?

Dozens of people packed into a meeting room at the Springville Library on Tuesday night to find out what might be developed on the downtown block that previously contained Allen’s Super Save Market.

What will be developed on the old Allen’s Grocery store property in Springville?