CHIEF TALKS TO STUDENTS: Chief Mary Sclabassi recently talked to students taking a tour of the police department
EDITOR'S NOTE: The following is a story published by The News-Herald Newspapers about the City's reaction to the recent heavy snowfall. In addition, resident should take note of many important issues when a heavy snowfall takes place. Those issues were outlined in a recent City of Taylor Website posting that you can read by clicking...
News-Herald Newspapers' Staff Writer Dave Komer and Photographer Dave Chapman were in attendance during the City of Taylor's annual "Shop With a Hero" program held at the Meijer location on Eureka and Pardee roads Dec. 17.
For the News-Herald's online presentation of the event, including videos and more photos, click...
TAYLOR — The idea of Santa Claus can take many forms, but on Monday a number of organizations and city leaders pitched in to provide some holiday cheer.
The city, the United Auto Workers’ union, Ford Motor Co. and the Downriver Fish & Loaves Food Pantry program teamed up to distribute hundreds of frozen...
The annual meeting for the Wayne County Conservation District will be 4 p.m. Feb. 27 in room 56 of the Conservation District, 5454 Venoy Road, Wayne. The meeting is open to all Wayne County residents and other interested parties.
An election to the Conservation District Board of Directors will be conducted...
TAYLOR— Volunteers with the Taylor Substance Abuse Prevention Task Force have partnered with area businesses and other groups to decrease underage drinking and provide information about safe rides home for families during the holidays.
Since fall began, the task force has been sending letters to local bars...
TAYLOR — John Elliott, the president and CEO of Load One LLC, a transportation and logistics company in Taylor that has grown to well over 300 trucks and 500-plus staff, has a passion for doing what’s right.
Doing what’s right recently took him from Downriver to Washington, D.C., where he participated in...
WDIV television was in attendance at the City of Taylor, UAW, Ford Motor Co. and Fish & Loaves sponsored frozen turkey giveaway today in Taylor.
The UAW and Ford Motor Co. regularly distribute boxed frozen turkeys to needy families during the holiday season. UAW officials approached Mayor Rick Sollars about participating in the...
Taylor City Hall, 23555 Goddard Road, will be closed for business on Christmas Eve day (tomorrow, Tuesday, December 24) and Christmas Day (Wednesday, December 25).
It will reopen for business on Thursday, December 26. Regular business hours remain 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Advance America Cash Advance has increased the reward it is offering for information leading to an arrest in the murder of Chelsea Small by $10,000, Taylor Police Chief Mary Sclabassi said this morning.
Sclabassi made the announcement during a morning press conference at the Taylor Police Department. Advance America had been offering a $...
The Taylor Fire Department is beginning the process of creating an eligibility list for probationary firefighters in anticipation of filling several vacancies.
Applications will be available on the Human Resources tab of the City of Taylor Website beginning on January 1, 2014.
...UPDATE ON DOMINICK KECK ARRANGEMENTS: Visitation 3-9 p.m. Friday; instate 10 a.m. Saturday with funeral following at 11
Dominick Paul "The Dominator" Curley Keck, the boy who earned a private invite to the Heritage Park Petting Farm and a "Dominick Keck Day" proclamation from Taylor City Council, died on December 18. He was 8 years old.
Visitation will be held 3-9 p.m. Friday at the Taylor Chapel of the Voran Funeral Home, 23750 Goddard Road. He will...
The Taylor Police Department and Advance America Cash Advance have scheduled a press conference for tomorrow to announce an additonal reward in connection with the murder of Chelsea Small last month.
The press conference will be held at 10 a.m. in the Taylor Police Department's first floor training floor. The TPD is located at 23515...
There are plenty of things that residents should keep in mind when it comes to the hazards of the winter season. Last weekend, the City of Taylor was hit was a heavy dose of snow -- one of the heaviest initial snowfalls in several years.
What should residents expect when a heavy snowfall hits?
In the City of Taylor, Department of...TRACK LANSING'S VOTES: Interested in how Rep. Doug Geiss or Sen. Hoon-Yung Hopgood voted on recent issues? Stay informed here ...
Michigan Votes tracks issues in the Michigan House of Representatives and Senate.
To see the recent issues discussed and how local legislators voted on them, click here.FROM THE NEWS-HERALD: Looking for things to do? Read through the calender items listed in the newspaper
The News-Herald Newspapers runs calendar-type items on a periodic basis. Below are is the current list the NH posts out of the City of Taylor. If you are looking for interesting things to do or organizations to join, it is often worth reading.
The entire calendar listing for the "northern" half of Downriver is...
Great story by Dave Komer in The News-Herald Newspapers focusing on the current status of the city's Veterans Home Program.
Click on here to see the story and related photos.
Dominick Keck, the little boy who wanted so badly to visit the animals at the Heritage Park Petting Farm, has passed away.
Details are forthcoming.
Keck, who was gravely ill, told his family that he wanted the Petting Farm donkey to visit his home in Taylor. After finding out about the situation, Mayor Rick Sollars couldn't bring...