SSL City Council finally votes “yes” on changes to downtown area from apartments to townhomes.
This January, South Salt Lake residents will play a new sport called Spikeball that combines volleyball and four- square into one exciting game.
Laurel Thatcher Ulrich, prize-winning author, spoke about her most recent book and what it meant for women’s rights in the LDS church.
The We Are Makers program is helping area refugees learn more about technology than they ever thought possible.
For over a decade the Daddy-Daughter Dance at the Columbus Center has attracted fathers and daughters from near and far and will continue its tradition this year.
Utah State Representative Mark Wheatley and Utah State Senator Gene Davis spoke to the South Salt Lake City Council about the upcoming legislative session.
The South Salt Lake Youth Council was sworn in during a city council meeting.
The chill of autumn only means one thing for chess aficionados. It’s almost time for the 9th annual chess tournament at the Columbus Center.
What the summer hiking group has done for her is immeasurable, she says. Since she started participating in the group, which meets every other Monday and Wednesday from June to August at the Columbus Center, she has a newfound confidence in herself.