OGDEN — Winter-time construction can be fraught with challenges, but add the elements of height, wind and plenty of traffic down below, and that gives a sense of what workers faced replacing the irrigation pipeline that spans the mouth of Ogden Canyon.
OGDEN — As the weather warms, residents in neighborhoods near the Harrison Boulevard road-widening project are growing anxious about their lawns, fruit trees and vegetable gardens. Their secondary water that typically starts to flow through underground pipes on April 15 has either been sporadic or altogether absent.
A handful of Weber and Davis County communities have received grants aimed at encouraging healthy lifestyles, boosting local economies, and shaping future “downtowns” near public transit facilities.
OGDEN — The Ogden City Council is considering creating a competitive sports advisory board that would help bridge the gap between the city’s just-for-fun recreation leagues and the higher level of athleticism and commitment required to play on junior and senior high school teams that contend for division titles.
EDEN — Construction is expected to start soon on at least six homes within Summit’s first development phase near the top of Powder Mountain.
NORTH OGDEN — Democrat Peter Clemens juggles his time these days between his work as a primary care physician and getting the word out to voters about the differences between himself and Republican Congressman Rob Bishop, the man he hopes to prevent from securing an eighth U.S. House term in Washington D.C.
OGDEN — The future of Ogden’s Union Station appears to hang in limbo as Ogden City officials await a response from Union Pacific Railroad about renewing the lease for the land underneath the historic structure.
OGDEN — After a quarter-century tucked cozily inside the landmark Union Station at the base of Historic 25th Street, the popular Union Grill will relocate to another nearby historic site this summer.
EDEN — The Summit collective that owns Powder Mountain has cleared another hurdle toward launching home construction near the top of the peak that straddles two counties.
SOUTH OGDEN — The Weber School District’s investigation into an eighth-grade history teacher’s showing of the movie “Glory” and use of a racial slur in class has concluded, but controversy surrounding his actions has yet to subside.