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  • The annual Taylor Fall Fest is set for 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, October 6, at Heritage Park, 12111 Pardee Road.

    Fall Fest is an event with something for everyone. Activities and goods include free pumpkin decorating, free hay rides, pumpkin carving demonstrations by the Kuschel family and a variety of offerings from fall-themed...

  • A great tradition of food and fun returns to Taylor September 14-16 during the 43rd Annual St. Alfred Parish Fall Festival. All events will he held on the church grounds, 9500 Banner at Telegraph Road, just south of Wick Road.

    Hours are 5 to 11 p.m. Friday, noon to 11 p.m. Saturday and 1 to 9:30 p.m. Sunday.

    Highlights include a...

  • The American Red Cross has reached emergency blood levels, prompting the Taylor Police Department to host a blood drive from noon to 6 p.m. September 27 directly behind the Police Station at 23515 Goddard Road. Walk-ins are welcome.

    The move follows an urgent appeal for blood donors from the Red Cross Southeastern Michigan Blood Services...

  • The state championship softball team from the Taylor Northeast and North Central Little Leagues were honored by the city on September 4. The girls won the state championship in the Junior Division of Little League, which is for 13- and 14-year-old players. The state title came the same month as the state championship in baseball won by the...

  • Members of the Taylor Northwest Little League team that won the state championship in the 12-year-old division of Little League baseball have been honored by the City of Taylor. The team was recognized during the August 21 City Council meeting at City Hall. Mayor Cameron Priebe presented certificates to each of the players and members of the...

  • The City of Taylor will again take its place on the forefront of innovation, this time in regard to new road reconstruction technology that will be used in the reconstruction project of Pardee Road.

    The technology, called "Full Depth Reclamation using Foamed Asphalt", has been utilized in 35 states, and will be introduced for...

  • The 13th annual Turn Off the Violence Family Picnic, sponsored by the Rotary Club of Taylor, is set for 4 to 7 p.m. September 20 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 Rotary Club of Taylor invites the public to hear nationally noted motivational speaker Michael Angelo Caruso during a luncheon scheduled for 12:15 to 1:30 p.m. September 13 at Lakes of Taylor Golf Club, 25505 Northline Road.

    Caruso has made more than 1,500 presentations and keynote speeches on the subjects of conflict resolution,...

  • Members of the Great Lakes Beadworks Guild will display several pieces of beaded art at the Home Gallery of the Downriver Council for the Arts, 20904 Northline Road, Taylor.

    Show dates are October 25-November 16. More than 50 high-quality pieces have been selected for the show.

    This is the first time guild members will have the...

  • Each year, a senior citizen or another person in need receives thousands of dollars of improvements to his or her home – and isn’t charged a cent for the work.

    The work is performed by members of the Western Wayne Plumbing and Mechanical Contractors Association. One weekend a year, dozens of plumbers and mechanical contractors set aside...

  • The Lake House Grille at Lakes of Taylor and Greenside Grille at Taylor Meadows are open to the public and serve a variety of delicious foods and beverages.

    At Lakes of Taylor, you can enjoy indoor or outdoor seating with beautiful vistas of the golf course and the view at Taylor Meadows is unmatched!

    To reserve your table or find...

  • Tired of dinner and a movie? Try the Friday Twosome Special, which includes golf at Taylor Meadows or Lakes of Taylor and dinner at a reduced price.  Enjoy your afternoon playing 18 holes of golf, with power cart, on one of Southeastern Michigan’s most beautiful golf courses and then relax in the clubhouse for dinner. Tax, gratuity, soft drink...

  • Due to the Labor Day holiday on Monday, September 3, the Taylor City Council study session and regular meeting will be held Tuesday, September 4, at Taylor City Hall, 23555 Goddard Road. The study session will begin at 5:30 p.m. with the council meeting following at 7 p.m. Study sessions are usually held the Monday prior to the Tuesday council...

  • The annual Taylor Back to School Family Fun Day will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, August 30 at the Taylor Human Services Center, 26650 Eureka Road.

    Family Fun Day will include games and activities for kids, music, information, free food and school supplies.

    “This event is designed to arm kids with the tools that will...

  • Taylor Mayor Cameron G. Priebe is the first mayor in Wayne County to sign the U.S. Mayors Climate Protection Agreement, which commits the city to taking deliberate action to combat global warming.

    The members of the Taylor City Council showed their unanimous support of the measure during their August 21 council meeting. The action adds...

  • Before each of their games in the Junior League World Series, the members of the Pearl City, Hawaii, baseball team walked slowly to a banner signifying the world championship won by the 1984 team from Pearl City.

    Player after player placed two hands on the banner as a sign of respect – and perhaps hoping that something from the past...

  • A golf outing to benefit the John F. Kennedy High School Marching Band is scheduled for September 16, 2007 at Taylor Meadows Golf Club, 25360 Ecorse Road.

    The event is presented by the Kennedy Band Boosters, which raises funds to support the band, which plays at high school football basketball games, graduation and various community...

  • The Rotary Club of Taylor has officially launched its new Web site: www.taylorrotary.com

    Active members can log in and edit their photos and information, add friends, view an up-to-date bulletin, see a full club directory with personal information and photos, and visit the message center to...

  • Two years ago, Kawika “Sumi” Pruett was among the spectators in Taylor feeling sad after the Pearl City, Hawaii, baseball team lost in the USA championship game at Heritage Park.

    Pruett, then 11, was there for all the games played by his brother, Alika. That Friday night in 2005, he went to console his mother and predicted boldly, “Don’t...

  • Pearl City, Hawaii, will play Manila, Philippines, for the world championship of the Junior League baseball starting at 5 p.m. Saturday at Heritage Park in Taylor.

    The game will conclude the 27th annual Junior League World Series, the weeklong international tournament for 13- and 14-year-old baseball players.

    Pearl City will try...