Caramel Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars

Whenever my extended family got together my Aunt Fran made the most delicious desserts. This was one of my favorites. She would triple this recipe and it was gone in an hour. It’s a must try recipe. Warning… once you take a bite of this delicious cookie you won’t be able to stop! Bake 350, use 9×13 pan Mix: 1 ½ c. flour 1 ½ … Continue reading Caramel Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars

Jen Thorpe’s Amazing Fettuccini Alfredo

In honor of Jen Thorpe, who passed away two and a half years ago and in whose memory the Just-a-Break foundation is operated we want to share this delicious recipe. Our editor, Heather Godfrey, grew up by the Thorpe family and said that Jen submitted this recipe to a neighborhood cookbook. When invited to parties, Heather is often specifically asked to bring this dish because … Continue reading Jen Thorpe’s Amazing Fettuccini Alfredo

How Does Remodeling My House Affect My Insurance?

Envision your house transformed into a welcoming space with fresh updates and extra room for the things you enjoy. With a remodeling project you can open up walls, add lighting, or upgrade the flooring to create a stylish look and improve the efficiency of your home. Renovating your home can be exciting and overwhelming, and the last thing you may consider during the process is … Continue reading How Does Remodeling My House Affect My Insurance?

Public Works

As debris, grime, and dirt get onto our parking lots and driveways, prevent these pollutants from getting into the storm drain system by sweeping them up and discarding them into the garbage can. If we can each do our part, this will help prevent the pollutants from clogging up our storm drain pipes and will keep our waterways cleaner and our parking lots and driveways … Continue reading Public Works

Syracuse Farmers Market

There is nothing quite so delicious as fresh grown, straight from the farm, produce. Local famers work hard to cultivate their land and grow the nutritious fruits and vegetables that are available for purchase at our very own Syracuse Farmers Market. The local market here has moved around a bit but has now made its permanent home at the Centennial Park. Market organizer Noah Steele … Continue reading Syracuse Farmers Market

Oasis Montessori School

The Oasis Montessori schools have a rich history of caring for and teaching children. Kanchana and Ramesh fell in love with the Montessori schooling as they raised their children. Kanchana Duwe taught high school using the Montessori approach for about 15 years before she and her husband, Ramesh Wettasinghe, decided they wanted to open their own Montessori preschool. Living in California at the time, they … Continue reading Oasis Montessori School

Truth in Taxation Hearing

The City Council will hold a truth in taxation hearing on Tuesday, August 14th at 6:00 PM at Syracuse City Hall located at 1979 West 1900 South to consider a tax increase that would generate an additional $55,000 in fiscal year 2019.  This would be equivalent to $6.37 per year on an average home value of $305,000. The additional tax revenue would be used to fund a mandate created by the Utah Legislature’s … Continue reading Truth in Taxation Hearing

August Calendar:Fun Things to do

August 3 Layton FEST – Dance Night 5:30 PM – Dusk August 6 Night Out Against Crime & Movie in the Park @ Hogan Park (in Woods Cross) at 5 p.m. Movie starts at dusk – Zootopia August 8-11 South Weber County Fair Days August 8 Children’s Bike Race at 6:30 pm on Antelope Island. Following that is kickoff party for the Tour of Utah … Continue reading August Calendar:Fun Things to do

Syracuse Days Highlights

• Miss Syracuse Pageant: On Saturday, June 23, 2018, the Miss Syracuse and Miss Teen Syracuse Pageant took place. The pageant is done each year, in which the Queen and attendants are awarded scholarship money. Each woman has their own service platform to improve the community. The participants must have at least six hours of service each quarter in order to maintain their status. The … Continue reading Syracuse Days Highlights

Calendar of Events for Seniors

MONTHLY MOVIE Wednesday, August 8th @ 1 p.m. (I Can Only Imagine) FREE ~ Please RSVP THINK TUESDAY Tuesday, August 21st @ 10 a.m. (YAHTZEE) FREE ~ Please RSVP BUS TRIP Friday, August 27, 2018 (Leaves at 6:30 p.m.) Washington Terrace Playhouse/Singin’ in the Rain $16.00/per person (Payment due at time of reservation) LUNCH & BINGO Wednesday, August 29th @ 12 Noon Guest Speaker/Dr. Joseph … Continue reading Calendar of Events for Seniors