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  • Before you know it, Mother's Day will be upon us. If you don't prepare now, it will sneak up on you -- and you don't want  that to happen. 

    "Mother's Day Brunch" at the Lakes of Taylor Golf Course is the perfect answer to your planning needs. Scheduled for that special day on Sunday, May 11, the brunch will offer seatings between...
  • Taylor on Watch held its initial meeting last night (April 23) in front of several dozen interested residents.

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  • The Taylor Substance Abuse Task Force announces that three of its Downriver peers, as well as the Lincoln Park Rotary Club, are participating in the National Prescription Drug Take Back scheduled for 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Saturday, April 26.  

    All unused medications can be dropped off free of charge at Taylor Police...
  • Have you seen problems with street lights in the City of Taylor?

    Report a street light problem 24/7 by clicking here.

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  • According to the 2013 Annual Sustainability Report from ReCommunity Recycling, the City of Taylor recycled 3,872 tons.

    That broke down in the following ways:
    • Eight jobs were directly created by the effort
    • 15 tons of aluminum (or 1 million...
  • The Lakes of Taylor Golf Course reopens for the 2014 season Friday, April 25.

    The pro shop will book tee times today until 5 p.m. and tomorrow (Wednesday, April 23) and Thursday (April 24) from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. Just call (734) 287-2100,

    The pro shop returns to regular seasonal hours on April 25. 

    You...
  • Members of the "Best of Taylor" team in the Taylor Relay for Life will hold their large annual yard sale from 9 a.m. 3 p.m. Saturday, April 26, at the corner of Northline Road and Pine Street, east of Telegraph Road.

    All proceeds from the yard sale will benefit the Relay for Life, which is the signature fund-raiser of the...
  • Huge crowds were more than willing to “Celebrate Spring” from on Saturday, April 12, at the Heritage Park Petting Farm.

    The annual sheep shearing took place every half...
  • The Armed Forces Remembrance Day is scheduled for 11 a.m. May 10 in the courtyard in front of the Taylor Police Department in the City Hall complex, near Goddard Road and Pine Street.

    This year's...
  • Join the Goodwill Garden! Gardening plots are available for lease at the Goodwill Community Garden, sponsored by the 23rd District Court in Taylor’s Heritage Park. You do not have to be a resident of Taylor to apply.  

    There are two plot...
  • Sprucing up the garden just got a lot easier! Visit the Taylor Conservatory Foundation’s ninth annual Plant Sale on Saturday and Sunday, May 10-11, from 10-4 p.m., at 22314...
  • The Alliance of Downriver Watersheds hosts is "one-day only" Rain Barrel Sale on Saturday, April 26, at Brownstown Township Hall, 21313 Telegraph Road, Brownstown. The event runs from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

    You can pre-order your barrel online by Wednesday, April 23, and pick it up...
  • Taylor Police have charged a 67-year-old Taylor man with multiple criminal charges alleging he sexually assaulted several young girls.

    Bennie Grimes, 67, of Taylor was charged April 11 in 23rd District...
  • As of this morning, DTE Energy had restored power to about 85 percent, or 126,700 of the 150,000, customers impacted by the high winds that blew across southeast Michigan on Saturday and Monday. 

    About 23,300 of these customers remain without service. The majority of the power outages are in: · Oakland County: 13,000...
  • Millie Vessella, who hired in as janitorial service, cooked as a volunteer for the "Friends of the Ford Senior Center" and was extremely well-liked by those who frequent the William Ford Senior Activities...

  • Top Gun Shooting Sports held a grand opening for its new location, 22050 Pennsylvania, on Sunday morning, April 13. In attendance were Mayor Rick Sollars and his family and City Treasurer Edward Bourassa.

    Top Gun has been across the street in another location for the...

  • The City of Taylor’s annual “Shred Day,” hosted by City Clerk Cindy Bower and Shred Legal LLC, was a big success.

    Clerk Bower estimated that 300 vehicles passed through the Pine Street parking lot next to City Hall between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. Saturday. In all, about 3 tons of paper was shredded...
  • The VFW Post 4422 just wanted to do their annual “thank you” to the community last week by putting on a free community dinner, according to...

  • The Rotary Club of Taylor and Mayor Rick Sollars were on hand Thursday, April 10, to donate the proceeds of the 2014 State of the City Address to two of the city’s finest non...
  • If you're looking for some fun this weekend, then the City of Taylor is the place to be ... 

    Today, Friday, April 11...