The Keep Michigan Beautiful Awards has honored the City of Taylor's Sheridan Center Project with the Presidential Plaque, the organization's highest honor. Keep Michigan Beautiful, Inc. annually recognizes programs and activites that substantially contribute to environmental improvement, clean up, beautification, site renovation and historical...
Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park will open its doors in Taylor to offer a thrilling experience for the whole family atop a court of connecting trampolines. Specializing in active fun, the creator of the world’s first indoor trampoline park has a variety of gravity defying activities that will get people of all ages jumping for joy. It is located...
‘Cloud 9’ Synthetic Marijuana Drug Warning: Wayne County Issues Public Health Emergency Imminent Danger Order. Advises Residents about Drug Dangers; Begins Random Inspections of Retailers
Due to recent local cases involving health-related incidents from illegal...
The City of Taylor continues to see a decline in key crime areas over the first eight months of 2014, according to the August crime statistics released by Police Chief Mary Sclabassi last week.
The report, tracks crime in different categories and compares 2014 statistics to previous years. In April, the report showed about a 15-percent...
The late Dominick Keck loved to dream. He loved the Heritage Park Petting Farm and his favorite Christmas song was "Dominick the Donkey," which made him long to visit the donkeys at the farm.
Dominick, just 8, passed away last December, but those who knew him best want to keep his memory alive. "Team Dominator" is presenting "Dom's...
The Taylor Animal Shelter is planning a “Pre-Halloween Pet Adoption Day” on Saturday, September 27.
The event will take place between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.
All pets will be $40.
Licensing will also be available.
The Taylor Animal Shelter, located at 25555 Northline Road (next to the Department of Public Works...
LANSING, Mich. – Gov. Rick Snyder today requested President Obama declare a major disaster for the state of Michigan as a result of the flash flooding that occurred in Macomb, Oakland and Wayne counties on Aug. 11. The request comes at the conclusion of an in-depth, two-week long assessment of damage to the area.
The Taylor Recreation Center will reopen as a full-time recreational facility during a grand opening and membership drive beginning on October 1, according to Mayor Rick Sollars.
The facility, located at 22805 Goddard Road near Pardee, has been closed on and off for over two years, thanks to budget restraints under former Mayor Jeffrey...
The City of Taylor is currently seeking two people to serve as alternates on the Zoning Board of Appeals.
The Zoning Board of Appeals hears and decides questions that arise in the administration of the zoning ordinance, including the interpretation of the zoning maps, and may adopt rules to govern its procedures sitting as a Zoning Board...
Construction work on the old Sell House on Northline Road between Racho and Allen roads restarted last week, with the goal to have it totally renovated for a Decmeber grand opening of the new headquarters of Enchanted Makeovers.
CBS Radio and The News-Herald Newspapers were on hand for the event, which included dozens of staffers from...
Something new is always happening at the Taylor Sportsplex
Learn to Skate Classes for all levels and all ages start at 5:45 p.m. Monday, September 15.
Meanwhile, the Snowplow Sam Preschool Learn to Skate Class begins at 11:15 a.m. Thursday starting September 25.
Parents are welcome to attend with their student.
Openings are still available in the sixth annual golf outing to support the Fish & Loaves Community Food Pantry, which is scheduled for Saturday, September 13, at Taylor Meadows Golf Club, 25360 Ecorse Road.
The golf outing is an important event that provides funding for the pantry, which supplies food for needy and hungry families...
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).
Taylor had 1,358 still without power.
The outages are scattered throughout DTE Energy’s service territory, which is comprised of 2.1 million...
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.
Widespread rain is expected to continue throughout the day with embedded thunderstorms. Throughout the next hour, these storms should not be severe. However, after 5 p.m., the severity may increase with...
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.
The second annual Christy’s Dance in the Park 5K and Fun Run for Kids are scheduled for the morning of Saturday, September 13, at Taylor’s Heritage Park, 12111 Pardee Road.
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.
Residents can dispose of storm-related tree branches in two ways: They can take them to the Transfer Station/Compost Center through Saturday, September 13, or they can move 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 aware of what ordinance officers are usually looking for when it comes to citations.
The city recently assigned ordinance officers to specific...
An"Oktoberfest" fund-raiser event has been scheduled at the Taylor Conservatory and Botanical Gardens.
Proceeds from the event will go to the Taylor Reading Corps.
Oktoberfest will feature craft beers, food trucks and live music. It is scheduled for 5-10 p.m. Saturday, September 20. Tickets are $20, which include two beers and a...
Bob Armstrong and Mark Sklar, co-owners of the popular Sax Discount Sav-Mor Pharmacy, were honored with a City of Taylor Official Proclamation during the City Council's Tuesday, September 2, regular meeting. Sax was sold in August to Walgreens.
Armstrong started the Sax pharmacy in 1983 and was joined two years later by Sklar. Both men...
It is September and that means it is getting closer to Christy's Dance in the Park 5K Run/Walk, planned for Saturday, September 13.The second-annual event is scheduled to have a children's run at 8 a.m. followed by a 5K at 8:30.The event, through Christy's Legacy of Hope, is sponsored by Taylor...