Zombies, witches and more took over Historic 25th Street Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017, for the annual Witchstock Festival and Ogden Zombie Crawl.
Historic 25th Street
The crowds came out on Friday, June 2, 2017, for the annual Historic 25th Street Car Show in Ogden.
Runners took on a 5K, half-marathon or full marathon Saturday, May 20, 2017, crossing the finish line at Grant Avenue and historic 25th Street in Ogden as part of the 17th annual Zion’s Bank Ogden Marathon.
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Throughout its history, downtown Ogden has been in a constant state of change.
Depending on the decade, the neighborhoods around Washington Boulevard and 25th Street have been known for crime, a transportation hub, a booming business district and vacant strip, a tourist destination and more.
New businesses, development and renovations have been popping up around downtown in recent years as the local economy improves. At the same time, vacant buildings still dot the area and the poverty rate remains higher than much of the state.
These are a few slices of life in downtown Ogden today.
Witches, ghouls and a horde of zombies stalked down Historic 25th Street Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016 during the annual Ogden Zombie Crawl.
Attendees enjoy food, music and art during the 15th annual Harvest Moon Celebration Saturday Sept. 24, 2016, on Historic 25th Street in Ogden.
PoetFlow celebrated its one-year anniversary Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2016, at the Lighthouse Lounge in Ogden.
Allied Electric Signs employees installed a Sean Herrick Apartments sign on the old Marion Hotel on Historic 25th Street in downtown Ogden on Tuesday, October 20, 2015.
A lunchtime yoga class was held at Lotus Yoga and Dance studio in Ogden on Thursday, September, 24, 2015.