Helpers are needed for an effort to install 1,000 smoke detectors in an inner-city Ogden area known to be most at risk for fires. The alarms will be free to the residents in the area and will potentially save lives in areas where families have difficulty financing smoke detectors.
From original productions to Broadway hits, there’s no shortage of live theater to see this week in Northern Utah.
A March 21 email from Convergys Corporate Communications Director Ed Loyd said that up to 209 workers could be affected by the Ogden closure. The company is consolidating its Utah call centers; Salt Lake City and Logan will continue to operate.
The free event, sponsored by Weber State University, is part of its Holocaust Remembrance 2017 series that continues into next week.
According to data from the Ogden Police Department, there have been two car thefts and three burglaries (two of them forced entries) reported in the neighborhood in the past two weeks.
Wreaths will be placed at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial for all Utah soldiers who were killed in Vietnam. The names of those 365 soldiers will be read aloud during the ceremony.
Robinson Waste charged higher rates than it was supposed to over a seven-month span due to an accounting oversight.
For the 17th year, the Utah Shakespeare Festival’s troupe of professional actors is coming to perform for Ogden School District students and give a free community performance.