Last Updated: Mar 27, 2017 04:57PM •
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South Towne Expo Center hosts its first Wizarding Dayz event, honoring Harry Potter and fantasy literature.
Utah Islamic Center hosts Friday night Meet the Muslims meet-and-greet to help answer questions from local Utahns.
Mary Hutchings is an award-winning quilter from Sandy who specializes in complex hand-cut landscape quilting.
After 30 years, Sandy City Chief Administrative Officer Bryon Jorgenson is retiring.
Residents are working to stop the paving of a trail in Dimple Dell Park.
The Sandy Fire Department promoted two members and awarded a third during a special presentation during the Sandy City Council.
American Industrialism at the turn of the 20th century brought Utah women out of their homes and into the workplace. There they faced inequality and wage disparity.
Sandy Arts Guild gets ready to begin their 2017 show season with “See How They Run” at The Theater at Mount Jordan Middle School.
Middle and high school students show off their technical skills at the Sandy Library after putting on the Utah STEM Expo.
Sandy Animal Services was officially designated a no-kill shelter after implementing a trap-neuter-return program.