After being in the same place for the last 21 years, The Sandy Club, A Safe Place for Boys and Girls, broke ground for their new 12,400-square-foot center on Oct. 21.
“When neighbors start talking, good things happen,” Amy Bryant, Sandy City Police crime prevention specialist, said.
The Sandy Museum is housed in a historic building built in 1890 that showcases two floors of historic items unique to Sandy City.
In an effort to help families hold on to their precious pets, Subaru, the Humane Society of Utah and AVID Microchip offered free microchipping for one pet per family on Halloween.
The Sandy Amphitheater, located at 1245 East 9400 South, made plans to expand its number of chairs by trading current lawn seats for new chairs.
Alta High School Principal Brian McGill spends his nights like many of his students — studying, writing papers and preparing for exams.
“In order to qualify for the grant, you need to fill out an application with the demographics of the city. For example, what percent is urban, residential, commercial and how it is protected.
About 80 students could be found working intensely with clay, watercolors, ink, pencil, acrylics and other art mediums as they competed for individual and overall school trophies.
Oakdale students ran around their multi-purpose room, each lap getting them closer to their end goal: raising funds for Chromebooks for each classroom.
Alta High and Jordan High students in the performing arts will present holiday concerts this December.