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  • The art work of Nancy Patek and Margaret Arnott will be on view through October 13 at the Downriver Council for the Arts, 20904 Northline Road, Taylor. Patek's mixed-media drawings of the urban landscape are hung in the main gallery. Her work is both thought provoking and poignant. Downriver artist Arnott is featured in the Skylight Gallery...

  • The City of Taylor will be rehabilitating Monroe Road from Van Born Street to just north of Trolley Industrial Drive. Monroe Road will be closed between Avalon and Trolley Industrial Drive while the work is being performed.  Two way traffic on Monroe Road will be maintained between Van Born and Avalon.  There is no work planned for Trolley...

  • Aidan LaForest is a very special Taylor resident. The 2-year-old son of Jamie and Kristopher LaForest is a strong survivor. His story of triumph began right after his birth on August 18, 2004.

    While still at the hospital Aidan’s parents were concerned. Their son was not taking formula and his skin felt “cold.” Because they were new...

  • Oakwood Healthcare System's Shapedown program promotes healthy habits and a healthy lifestyle for children ages 6 to 12 and their parents. The 10-week course involves the entire family and focuses on nutritional and physical education. A free orientation will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. October 4 with classes Wednesdays through December...

  • Teams of three golfers will compete for prize money in the Lakes of Taylor Golf Club Three-Person Scramble, set for October 14. The registration deadline is October 7.

    The entry fee is $300 for a three-person team, payable by cash, Visa, Mater Card or American Express.

    The day includes 18 holes of golf in a scramble format and a...

  • Biker Bob's Bunker Bash golf outing to benefit the Penrickton Center for Blind Children in Taylor is set for September 29 at Lakes of Taylor Golf Club, 25505 Northline Road.

    A shotgun start will take place at 11 a.m. Registration, use of the driving range and continental breakfast buffet will be available at 10 a.m.

    The fee is...

  • To All Taylor Residents:

    The Taylor Police Department has been informed that as of October 1, 2006, the Michigan State Police Criminal Justice Information Center will no longer accept paper fingerprint card submissions.

    With this deadline fast approaching, effective immediately, all requests for NON-CRIMINAL fingerprinting should...

  • The Taylor Police Department’s newly re-established Special Operations Unit is up and running.

    The two primary missions of the six-officer team are to combat narcotics activity throughout the city and to investigate and reduce both residential and commercial burglaries.

    Director of Police Services Jac Desrosers said the unit has...

  • The Taylor Police Department will sponsor an American Red Cross Blood Drive from 1 to 7 p.m. Thursday, September 28, at the Police Station, 23515 Goddard Road. Appointments can be made by calling Marge Maladecki at (734) 374-1445, although walk-ins are welcome.

  • The 12th annual Turn Off the Violence Family Picnic, sponsored by the Rotary Club of Taylor, is set for 3 to 7 p.m. September 21 at Heritage Park, 12111 Pardee Road, between Northline and Goddard roads. The free event is a fun afternoon for Taylor children and parents. There will be free hot dogs, Penguin Juice drinks and chips, plus...

  • The following story appeared in the September 8, 2006, editions of The News-Herald Newspapers.

    By Anne Sullivan, The News-Herald

    TAYLOR — Herman Ramik knows what it was like to have a parent in the military and away from home.

    "My dad was a career soldier," he said. "I know what it is like when your dad has...

  • The Taylor Historical Society will sponsor a trip to Ann Arbor and Chelsea on Saturday, October 14. The bus will leave from the Sheridan Community Center parking lot at 9 a.m.  Travel arrangements have been made for a comfortable motor coach with restroom. The trip costs $15 per person and includes transportation and all admission fees....

  • Miss the ESPN broadcast of the Junior League World Series championship game in Taylor? Cable television subscribers in Taylor can see the game in its entirety on the city cable channel.

    The August 19 world championship game at Heritage Park between El Campo, Texas, and Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico, will be broadcast on Comcast Channel 12 and...

  • The 42nd annual Fall Festival at St. Alfred Catholic Church is set for September 15-17 on the parish grounds at 9500 Banner, on Telegraph Road just south of Wick Road.

    The festival features three days of family fun, entertainment, games, raffles, food and beverages.

    Midway hours are 5 to 11:30 p.m. Friday, September 15; noon to 11...

  • FREE LEARN TO PLAY HOCKEY AT THE TAYLOR SPORTSPLEX

    BEGINS SEPTEMBER 17

    The TSX is located at 13333 Telegraph Road.

    CALL 734-374-8900 FOR INFO

  • A Taylor police officer and firefighters, a Michigan State Police trooper from Taylor area paramedics are among the Hometown Heroes recognized at the Southland Shopping Center in Taylor.

    The local heroes – who are recognized on a construction wall at the incoming Best Buy store at Southland – are all first responders who were responsible...

  • A flea market and craft show will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. October 14 at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Hall at 11590 Pine Street in Taylor. The event is a fund-raiser for the post's Veterans and Family Relief Fund. Two five-foot tables are available for $15. One six-foot table is available for $10. For more information, contact Liz...

  • The Western Wayne Family Health Center opened its doors to the public August 7. The facility is a federally qualified community health center whose mission is designed to provide quality, affordable and accessible healthcare to the residents of area communities, targeting the “medically...

  • The following letter was sent by World Series umpire Ed Montague of Santa Rosa, California, to Junior League World Series Director Greg Bzura.

    Greg:
     
    I would to thank you, the tournament committee and all of the numerous volunteers who made the 2006 Junior League World Series the success that it was. I wish that I could thank...

  • A new assembly of fourth-degree Knights of Columbus, the Pope John Paul II Assembly 2942, recently formed at St. Alfred Parish in Taylor.
                  
    To mark the event, Auxiliary Bishop Francis Reiss celebrated a Mass at St. Alfred on July 22, followed by an installation of officers at the All Saints Council K of C Hall in Taylor...