Weber County presents collaborative vision to Ogden City, details still thin

OGDEN — Using a polished marketing video and slides, Weber County Commissioners shared their countywide economic and community development vision with Ogden City officials Tuesday, conceding that Ogden already leads the way in some respects.


Indoor pickleball courts come to Roy with outdoor courts expected this summer

ROY — Pickleball, a sport that blends tennis, badminton and ping-pong, has arrived in Weber County’s second-largest city.


25th and Lincoln interior design store moves; takers lining up to fill space

OGDEN — The prime street-level storefront anchoring the corner of Historic 25th Street and Lincoln Avenue now sits vacant.


New downtown Ogden gastropub to open in May

OGDEN — Some time next month, a new gastropub will open for business in downtown Ogden. To some, the O’Town Pub and Kitchen might remind them of an old friend.


Hobby Lobby and more coming to Riverdale Town Square

RIVERDALE — Concrete walls now mark the footprint for the 55,000-square-foot Hobby Lobby taking shape near 801 W. Riverdale Road. 


West Weber residents push back against proposed 'agri-hood'

WEST WEBER — Pioneer roots run deep on the family farms in unincorporated West Weber, and most change is often regarded with skepticism. So a pending development combining snug neighborhoods with agriculturally oriented open space drew outcry from several residents.


West Haven, Hooper officials regroup after Roy denies law enforcement option

ROY — With the Roy City Council’s unanimous decision Wednesday night to forego providing law enforcement services to Hooper and West Haven, those two cities have no choice but to renew their contracts with the Weber County Sheriff’s Office. 


Roy City Council shuts door on providing police services to Hooper, West Haven

ROY — Roy City Council voted unanimously against drawing up contracts to provide law enforcement services for the neighboring cities of Hooper and West Haven at a special session Wednesday. 


Ogden theater assault suspect charged, with no hate crime enhancement

OGDEN — A transgender woman attacked in an Ogden movie theater will soon face the man accused of assaulting her in court.


Two cities mull shift of law enforcement contracts from Weber Sheriff to Roy

FARR WEST — Despite rising costs, a unanimous city council vote Thursday night made Farr West the sixth of eight cities to renew their law enforcement contracts with the Weber County Sheriff’s Office.

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