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Video Roundup: New shops at Outlets, Deer Valley Lift 7 approved, drunk driver stopped with pit maneuver

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Outlets Park City welcomes four new stores to the mix this summer

Outlets Park City is expanding with four new local retailers opening this summer, offering designer shoes, artisan jewelry, unique collectibles, upcycled clothing and mountain gear. The new stores are Blue Sky Nomads, Cecelia New York, Locals – Home, Holiday & Gift and Summit Exchange. According to a representative from Outlets Park City, more new stores are expected to be announced soon.

Park Peak development okay makes Deer Valley 6th biggest ski area in North America

The Park City Planning Commission approved Deer Valley’s Lift 7 project on Wednesday, May 22, including a new six-person lift and beginner terrain on Park Peak. This is part of a major expansion, adding nine lifts and 3,700 acres to Deer Valley by winter 2025-26, making the resort the sixth largest ski area in North America.

Sheriffs use pit maneuver to apprehend drunk and reckless driver on Old Highway 40

The allegedly intoxicated driver of a gray Dodge truck was arrested in Summit County on Friday, May 24, after leading Summit County Sheriff’s Office deputies on a chase. Witnesses reported that the driver was behaving erratically, and nearly hit a pedestrian. Deputies pursued the driver on Old Highway 40 and ended the chase with a pit maneuver. The driver faces multiple charges, including a DUI, reckless driving, and having no insurance

Park City’s newest dining spot, Matilda, set to debut this fall

This fall, Five5eeds owners Ian Pope, Price Nicol, and Mark Shrayber are set to open Matilda, a new community-focused dinner restaurant. Matilda will feature Neo-Neapolitan pizzas, produce-driven shared plates, specialty wines, and a cozy lounge with a full-service bar. Inspired by Pope’s roots, the restaurant’s name and design will pay homage to Australia.

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