OGDEN — Ogden City has reached a deal to sell the Swift property to a California company that plans to build an aerospace manufacturing operation on the reclaimed hazardous waste site next to the Weber River.
OGDEN — The number of visitors during the Heritage Festival in May, marking the sesquicentennial of the driving of the Golden Spike, wasn’t quite as high as boosters here had been bracing for.
OGDEN — Don't count Weber County commissioners among proponents of Harrisville's proposal to annex Weber Industrial Park.
We all know that the longer we hold onto a device, the greater the chances that it will fail. And for an unlucky few iPhone 6s owners, failure could be right around the corner. Apple last week announced that iPhones manufactured between September and October 2015 may unexpectedly shut down. …
FARMINGTON — Stephen Hunter, who represents Davis County as a lobbyist, says he's excited to push Northern Utah interests during what may be a pivotal 2020 legislative session.
OGDEN — Employment over the last year in and around Weber and Davis counties grew faster than most anywhere else in the country, according to new federal data.
Uber has big aspirations and its updated app shows us its new direction. In an Apple-like unveiling event last week, the company’s CEO said he sees the future of Uber as “the operating system for your everyday life.” And if your life includes transportation — you or food delivery — Uber aims…
September is Suicide Prevention Month. In both Utah and the U.S., suicide rates continue to be much higher among men.
OGDEN — Weber County’s poverty rate dipped below 10% for the first time in at least a decade, according to new economic data.
NEW YORK — Low-price fashion chain Forever 21, a once-hot destination for teen shoppers that fell victim to its own rapid expansion and changing consumer tastes, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Apple’s iOS 13 software update became available last week with its promised array of new security features. To get the most out of them, you have to know how they work. But before we dive in, there are a couple of things you should know.
CLEARFIELD — Don’t accuse Clearfield leaders of lacking ambition.
O.C. Tanner, a Salt Lake City-based company specializing in employee engagement research, revealed its 2020 Global Culture Report during its “Influence Greatness” conference held Wednesday at the Snowbird ski resort.
NEW YORK — Walmart is getting out of the vaping business.
OGDEN — A third of workers — and half of young workers — participate in the freelance or “gig” economy, according to Louis Hyman, an economic historian at Cornell’s Industrial and Labor Relations School.
OGDEN — Renovations on a historic, nearly 110-year-old central Ogden apartment complex are nearly complete.
HARRISVILLE — Officials in the city of Harrisville are contemplating growth via annexation of Weber Industrial Park, measuring about 400 acres and containing more than 50 businesses.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A ski resort in northern Utah is planning to charge visitors for parking in a bid to reduce traffic and emissions.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes is calling OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma a "morally bankrupt" company and heralding that it will be out of the pharmaceutical industry thanks to terms of a tentative settlement with states.
In a move to give users an extra level of security while browsing the internet, Mozilla announced a new browser plugin for Firefox that is now available for testing.
OGDEN — A community plan for the southeast corner of Ogden is starting to take shape.
Recent data from the state Department of Workforce Services says Utah’s unemployment rate continues to be well below the national average, at 2.8%, compared to 3.7%. In Utah County specifically, that rate drops to 2.6%.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A year and a half ago, people were coming to Utah emergency rooms after puffing a vape that promised to deliver the cannabis extract CBD.
SALT LAKE CITY — Businesses, nonprofits and non-state government entities are eligible to apply for grants through the Utah Department of Environmental Quality that will reimburse up to 50% of the cost of purchasing and installing charging stations for electric vehicles.
OGDEN — MarketStar, the Ogden-based firm that helps other companies bolster their business-to-business sales, has acquired an Irish firm it had partnered with, Dublin-based Product2Market.
In honor of World Deaf Day, a local distillery is planning a special tour for the hearing-impaired.
OGDEN — Another restaurant is coming to a busy section of 12th Street in Ogden.
PLAIN CITY — Students in a construction management course at Fremont High School poured and formed concrete pads during class Monday afternoon.
OGDEN — Capstone Nutrition, one of the many nutritional supplement companies in Weber County, will be acquired by Brightstar Capital Partners, a New York-based private equity firm.
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OGDEN — For more than three years, Booked on 25th provided a cozy spot to peruse books, discuss issues, explore new thoughts and connect with other bibliophiles.
OGDEN — The Ogden Police Department has released a brief excerpt of body camera footage taken from a fatal police shooting at a medical clinic in Roy.
OGDEN — Action on Powder Mountain‘s request to install a heliport at the mountaintop resort, which has raised the eyebrows of some, has been put on hold.
OGDEN — A prominent Historic 25th restaurant has closed its doors.
OGDEN— Representatives of local nonprofits, public agencies and businesses met Wednesday as part of the United Partnership Council, a relatively new cross-sector group of organizations that coordinate their work to improve education, health and housing in Weber County.
KAYSVILLE — Juniors and seniors at Mountain High kicked off the school year with a lemonade market called Lemonade Town.
OGDEN — In dealing with illegal immigration, U.S. Sen. Mitt Romney puts the focus on broadening a federal program to verify whether would-be employees have authority to work in the country.
HILL AIR FORCE BASE — Officials say a new Northrop Grumman facility being built at Hill Air Force Base will bring 2,500 new jobs to Northern Utah.
OGDEN — A Texas-based food testing lab wants to set up shop in Ogden’s River Project Area.
EDEN — A proposed heliport at Powder Mountain is drawing questions and concerns from some, worried variously that it will disturb the calm of the area and that it caters to too narrow of a demographic.
OGDEN — The head of Weber State University‘s Hall Global Entrepreneurship Center will add leadership of a nonprofit business development entity to his list of responsibilities.
A name like Pig & A Jelly Jar conjures up daydream thoughts of thick-cut slabs of bacon and mason jars full of fresh, homemade jelly on a farm table.
OGDEN — Good news for those who were fans of the original Maple Garden restaurant here in town. It’s coming back.
RIVERDALE — Home Depot says its has no responsibility to help a Weber County woman who “naively” bought $198,000 in stolen electronic gift cards.
NORTH OGDEN — Weber County would save some $600,000 a year if it were to contract with Promontory Point Resources to haul the county’s waste to the firm’s landfill, located adjacent to the Great Salt Lake and the focus of simmering concern among environmentalists.
OGDEN — Something new is brewing next to the Ogden River.
Tech support scams are gaining momentum, and it’s easy to see why. While our reliance on computers and smartphones has grown, our understanding and knowledge of how our devices work has not kept pace. Over the past decade, ease of use has become a top priority for developers.
OGDEN — Powder Mountain wants to take adventure sports to another level.
Orem and Pleasant Grove will be among several Utah entities to receive funds from the Volkswagen settlement to replace old diesel vehicles with new, clean diesel vehicles.
SNOWBASIN — Improvements are coming to Snowbasin Resort this fall, including plans for increased snowmaking, additional parking and new food service options in the Earl’s Lodge.
OGDEN — It’s not every day a giant kangaroo statue is the key figure at an official Ogden City press conference.