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  1. BEAT COVID – VACCINATE TAYLOR! adds a fourth day, March 9

    Taylor’s COVID-19 special vaccination event at Wayne County Community College has gone so well that we’ve added a fourth day – Tuesday, March 9. Read on...
  2. Pardee/Goddard road repaving approved to begin this spring

    The Pardee and Goddard roads repaving, scheduled to begin as early as April, was approved March 2) during a unanimous vote by City Council. Ajax Paving won the bid for a little over $15M, with a 10 percent contingency that could up the cost to $16.5M. Read on...
  1. Restaurant capacity restrictions expand just in time for St. Paddy's Day specials

    Michigan has expanded its pandemic restaurant restrictions to 50 percent capacity (or 100 people maximum) beginning Friday, March 5 - perfect timing for the Lake House Bar & Grille's St. Patrick's Day Specials, which will be offered March 8-17. Read on...
  2. Registration open for spring 2021 adult softball season

    Team registration is now open for Taylor's spring 2021 adult softball season. Deadline to register is May 7. Sixteen-game season with playoffs. Action opens May 16 and all leagues will play doubleheaders. Read on...
  1. Taylor Animal Shelter one of only two facilities to win full statewide award

    The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD) announced the recipients of the 2021 Animal Welfare Fund grants, and the Taylor Animal Shelter was one of just two winners to earn a full $10,000 award. Read on...
  2. Downriver National Guard hosts special day on March 16

    The Army National Guard Office, 12340 Beech Daly, will host a “Day with the Downriver Guard” from 4-7 p.m. March 16. Read on...
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