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LATEST UPDATE FROM DTE ON POWER OUTAGES

DTE Energy has restored power to all but 2,000 of the 375,000 customers impacted by one of the most damaging storms to hit Southeast Michigan in the past century (Friday, September 5). 

ACCORDING TO THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE: Still warning of flooding, high winds and possible hail after pause in late afternoon

The National Weather Service is posting hazardous weather outlooks and flood advisories for the rest of today, Wednesday, September 10.

CHRISTY'S DANCE IN THE PARK TO AID CHARITY

A 5K run and walk will raise will raise funds and support for the Taylor-based Christy’s Legacy of Hope charity for orphaned children around the world.

UPDATED: City will pick up downed branches at curbside this week; compost city will accept storm-related branches free through Saturday

Mayor Rick Sollars has announced that the City of Taylor is currently working to dispose of tree branches downed during Friday (September 5) night's heavy storm.

ORDINANCE VIOLATIONS: What you should know about them

With all the recent discussions about city ordinance violations, Mayor Rick Sollars and Department of Public Services Director David Mackie wanted to take time to make sure that residents were awar