Business

Economic impact of Harmons-Ridley's deal debated

OGDEN — In the dark with everyone else, city officials hope the recently announced Harmons-Ridley’s transaction will preserve the retail economy in the Five Points area.


Local

Century-old lion statues flank Lagoon's Cannibal ride

FARMINGTON — The 100-year-old African lion statues that served as sentries at the Utah State Capitol for decades now flank the entryway to Lagoon’s $22 million Cannibal roller-coaster ride.


Government

2600 South in Woods Cross to close tonight

WOODS CROSS — The final step in the reconstruction of 2600 South will take place tonight resulting in a closure of the road.


Government

Layton Council favors WDC interchange at 2700 West

LAYTON — No vote was taken. But by a verbal consensus, the Layton City Council favors placing the West Davis Corridor interchange at 2700 West, mainly because there is more flexibility to plan for it, versus 2200 West.


Central Park to get playground makeover

SOUTH WEBER — After more than 20 years of being pushed, tugged on, and swung from, the playground equipment at Central Park -- South Weber city’s most used park -- is coming out.


Police

Police recover two handguns from teens

CENTERVILLE — Police on Sunday night recovered stolen handguns from teens resulting in the arrest of three male juveniles and one adult male from Florida.


Government

Hard roof for Layton amphitheater tops RAMP priorities

LAYTON — Building a hard stage cover for the performers at the Ed Kenley Centennial Amphitheater is on the short list Layton voters could approve this fall as part of the Recreation, Arts, Museum and Parks (RAMP) tax.


Government

Political PACs packing a punch in Davis cities

LAYTON — With less than a month to go before the Aug. 11 municipal primary, political action committees made up of disgruntled residents looking for representation are working behind the scenes in three Davis cities. They want to get candidates elected this year who are like-minded when it comes to low density and city preservation.


Tour of Utah an economic boon for Davis and Weber

FARMINGTON — Hosting a nationally televised Tour of Utah bike race stage through Davis and Weber counties will take more than 150 hotel room nights, and a special menu dinner and breakfast so the athletes competing can continue to perform at the highest level in moving onto the next stage.


Local

Bountiful's 2600 South to open to motorists

BOUNTIFUL — The new modified “continuous flow intersection” at 2600 South in Bountiful is scheduled to open Saturday morning to motorists.


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