Kragthorpe: Is Utah OC Troy Taylor’s first season a failure or a modest success? Bowl eligibility will answer that question

Scott Sommerdorf | The Salt Lake Tribune New offensive coordinator Troy Taylor shouts some instructions during Utah football practice, Thursday, March 9, 2017. Utah’s tight end broke free in the back of the end zone and caught a pass for a 2-point conversion, four weeks too late. The work of first-year offensive coordinator Troy Taylor Read More


Digital inclusion program, Bridging the Gap, distributed 300 computers and internet service to low-income residents in Salt Lake City

SALT LAKE CITY: During the weekend of October 13th, Bridging the Gap, a national digital inclusion program, distributed over 300 computers and internet service to low-income residents of Salt Lake City. The computers were distributed in partnership with local housing authorities and nonprofits. Bridging the Gap is a nonprofit-led initiative of PCs for People and Read More


Salt Lake City has $22M to spend on affordable housing. A North Temple motel teardown is first on the mayor’s wish list.

Their hope is to use $4 million of $22 million set aside for affordable housing last year by the City Council (which also acts as the RDA board) to raze a disreputable North Temple motel and erect a $44 million mix of market-rate and affordable housing in its place, with the help of the Western Read More


Housing and Transportation Prices Propel Consumer Price Index Upward in September

Salt Lake City—The Zions Bank Wasatch Front Consumer Price Index (CPI) increased 0.2 percent from August to September on a non-seasonally adjusted basis. The index has grown 3.5 percent since September of last year. The majority of this growth has been caused by increases in apartment rental rates within the housing sector, as well as Read More


Developer Vasilios Priskos, who helped make downtown Salt Lake City what it is, dies at 53

(Courtesy Photo) Vasilios Priskos. Vasilios Priskos, an immigrant who helped shape the development of downtown Salt Lake City through his extensive real estate holdings, died Monday after a lengthy battle with cancer. Priskos came to the United States in 1966, two years after being born in Evia, Greece, to Chris and Tula Prazikos Priskos. The Read More