The 63rd annual Corn Roast will be held from noon to 6 p.m. Saturday, August 23, at the Democratic Club of Taylor, 23400 Wick Road. There will be free corn, entertainment and clowns. Kids games and pony rides are available free to members; non-members can enjoy them all day for $5. Refreshments and food will be available for purchase. For more...
The City of Taylor Beautification Commission is seeking nominees for beautification awards for residences and businesses. This year, a third category has been added for apartment complexes.
The committee wants to honor those that help make the city a beautiful place to live and work.
Contact Michele McNeely at (734) 374-1450 or...
For the third consecutive year, a team of 13- and 14-year-old girls from Taylor North Central and Taylor Northeast have won the Little League Junior Division District 5 Championship hosted by the Lincoln Park North Little League. This years Team Taylor had five members from last years squad that won the 2007 state championship. Six members of...
The purchase of eight acres of property by the City of Taylor from a condominium developer will stop unnecessary additional development and allow the city to develop park space.
The property sale halts the development of Timberline Meadows, located just north of the Meijer store on Pardee Road at Superior Parkway. The purchase stopped...
SEMCOG, the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments, announced that Thursday, August 21, is an Ozone Action day in Southeast Michigan.
South-southeast surface winds containing a dirty air mass and elevated ozone levels are heading toward Southeast Michigan, arriving early Thursday. This will probably be a single-day event, as clouds...
The City of Taylor and Habitat for Humanity are partnering in a program that will provide homes to two families in the city.
The homes, located in the 6600 block of Buck and the 5900 block of Wilkie, are being sold by the Taylor Cares Program to Habitat for Humanity-Western Wayne County for administrative costs.
Habitat will use...
The Board of Directors of The Information Center will host the Annual Gala Celebration and Silent Auction on October 2 to raise funds for local programs and services.
This marks the 33rd year that The Information Center has played a leadership role in helping area residents gain access to essential services by educating and informing...
Aspiring artists are invited to show their true colors. Children 10 and younger can enter a free coloring contest sponsored by H&R Block from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Thursday, August 28, at the H&R office at Southland Center, 23000 Eureka Road.
According to Mary Vidaurri, tax preparer and special events coordinator, prizes will be...
Alexander Rodriguez stroked a three-run home run in the bottom of the fifth inning to give Willemstad, Curacao, a 5-2 victory over Hilo, Hawaii, in the championship game of the Junior League World Series on Saturday in Taylor, Michigan.
Curacao, the Latin America champion, became the first team from the Netherlands Antilles and the first...
Hilo, Hawaii, will take on Willemstad, Curacao, in the championship game of the Junior League World Series of baseball at 5 p.m. Saturday at Heritage Park in Taylor, Michigan.
Tickets are $5 per carload. The game will be broadcast live on ESPNU and taped for future broadcast on ESPNU. Heritage Park is located at 12111 Pardee Road....
Little League suspends Curacao manager, but lets team compete in International championship game tonight in Taylor
The manager of the Willemstad, Curacao, baseball team has been suspended from leading his team in the Junior League World Series in Taylor for using an ineligible pitcher in Thursday night’s 7-5 victory over Manila, Philippines.
However, the Curacao team of 13- and 14-year-olds will be allowed to compete against Boca Del Rio, Veracruz,...
The players on the Canton, Massachusetts, team were down a bit after a tough loss to the team from Mechanicsville, Virginia, 8-6, Wednesday morning in the Junior League World Series at Heritage Park.
But their parents said a visit to the Taylor Moose Lodge was all they needed to brighten their spirits.
The Loyal Order of the Moose...
Wayne Metro Community Action Agency, in partnership with the WCABC, UWSEM and AARP, is sponsoring an Economic Stimulus Payment Day (ESP) from 4 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, August 26, at the Taylor Human Services Center, 26650 Eureka Road.
Wayne Metro is recruiting volunteers to help that day. Volunteers interested in helping to prepare the easy...
Thursday’s games at a glance:
Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada 14, London, England 2
Johnston, Iowa 2, Canton, Massachusetts 1
Willemstad, Curacao 7, Manila, Philippines 5
Mechanicsville, Virginia 11, Alvin, Texas 1
5 p.m. International Championship Game...
Hawaii has earned a spot in Friday night’s USA championship game in the Junior League World Series at Heritage Park in Taylor, Michigan. Hawaii’s opponent depends on the outcome of Thursday’s games in the tight USA Pool.
In the International Pool, Mexico won Wednesday to improve to 3-1, but the pool championship match-up will not be set...
Teams from Hawaii and Iowa meet in a must-win baseball game – one of four scheduled Wednesday during the Junior League World Series in Taylor’s Heritage Park, 12111 Pardee Road.
11 a.m. Mechanicsville, Virginia (0-2) vs. Canton, Massachusetts (1-1)
2 p.m. Manila, Philippines (1-1) vs....
The Taylor Center High School classes of 1989-1992 invite all Taylor alumni to participate in their first annual TC Alumni & Friends Golf Outing to benefit Conductive Education of Metro Detroit.
The outing will take place Friday August 29, 2008, at Taylor Meadows Golf Club. Check-in begins at 7:30 a.m. A shotgun start is set for 8:30...
A three-run home run by Sherman Lacrus lifted Curacao to a 5-2 victory over Mexico in the Junior League World Series in Taylor, Michigan.
Curacao, the Latin America champions, became the first team to win two games in the 28th annual World Series for the best teams of 13- and 14-year-old players from around the world.
Curacao made a memorable debut in the Junior League World Series in Taylor, Michigan, defeating British Columbia, 10-0.
The 28th annual World Series for the best teams of 13- and 14-year-old baseball players from around the world continues with four more games Monday at Heritage Park, 12111 Pardee Road.
The Taylor Senior League all-stars won the District 5 softball championship, then finished third in the Michigan state tournament in Grand Rapids. From left to right are Taylor Northeast Little League President Don Dukes, Manager Glen Mansfield, Taylor North Central President Ron Zabarowski, Kailyn Labut, Kelsey Wilson, Brittany Gesch, Jamie...