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Named after Zachary Taylor, the twelfth president of the United States Taylor is located eighteen miles from Detroit. Home to one of the Gibraltar Trade Centers, Southland Shopping Center, Taylor Meadows Golf Course, and the Junior League World Series also reside in the area. Joe C of the Kid Rock band, Steve Avery the MLB pitcher, and Wayne Presley of the NHL have also called Taylor home.

Population: 65868
Local Newspapers: Heritage Newspapers
Local Sports Teams: Detroit Lions (NFL) Pistons (NBA) Red Wings (NFL) Tigers (MLB)
Local Colleges: Wayne County Community College

Zip Codes associated with taylor, michigan: 48128 48180
Towns/Cities near taylor, michigan : Allen Park Lincoln Park Southgate Wayne Inkster Romulus Woodhaven

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Resale shop: Located at St. Thomas Episcopal Church; 2441 Nichols, Trenton; 9 a.m. to noon Saturdays; use the red door in the rear of the church; clothing is $4 per bag; there also are household goods and books; open to the public; donations accepted; 734-676-3122. Sunday with Santa: Dec. 10 at 10 a.m., noon and 2 p.m. at Oakwoods Nature Center, Flat Rock.

Old runway at Detroit Metropolitan Airport to get overhaul

The Detroit News reports airport officials hosted an informational meeting Thursday in Taylor for area residents and others about the reconstruction of runway 3L-21R and its taxiways. The estimated $240 million project is scheduled to begin in the spring of 2019 and wrap up by winter 2020.

Former spy tells life-changing story at Downriver Community Prayer Breakfast

Jack Barsky, keynote speaker at the 30th annual Downriver Community Prayer Breakfast, kept the 1,000-member audience spellbound with the story of his transformation from KGB agent to a provider of information to the FBI and later a Christian. Listening to his compelling message were Downriver area business and political leaders, workers, retirees and students from Allen Park, Taylor and Riverview plus representatives from Gabriel Richard and St. Francis Cabrini high schools.

Taylor church to host African children's choir

Henry Ford Wyandotte Hospital hosts the Key of Hope Children's Choir from Durban, South Africa, on Nov. 30 at its holiday tree lighting. The children, whose lives have been impacted by AIDS, find hope and purpose in the choir.

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Solo fatal I-880 crash victim identified

The Alameda County Sheriff's Officer coroner's bureau has named a Michigan man killed in an apparent solo crash on Interstate 880 early Sunday. Jajuan Morton, 23, of Taylor, Michigan, died after the white Dodge Charger sedan he was driving veered to the right side of the roadway before striking a pole and catching fire, the California Highway Patrol said.

What's Going On

Christmas Bazaar: Rockwood Community Center, 32001 Fort St., 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Dec. 2. Santa Claus will be there from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and Jack Skellington dressed at Santa from 1-3 p.m. Free admission. Money will be raised for Vista Maria's Christmas Wish List.For more information or to be a vendor, call 313-686-4141.

Downriver Arts & craft show Dec. 2

Downriver arts & crafts holiday sale will be 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dec. 2 in the Heinz C. Prechter Community Arts & Learning Center - Concourse Area at Wayne County Community College District Downriver Campus, 21000 Northline, Taylor. There will be more than 50 artisans displaying their arts & crafts for sale.

Gov. Rick Snyder makes appointment to Truck Safety Commission

LANSING, Mich. Gov. Rick Snyder today announced the appointment of Michelle Taylor of Muskegon to the Michigan Truck Safety Commission.

The Phantom chooses his Christine - and Raoul - at WCCC's Taylor campus

Tom Butwin of Troy and Taylor Towers of Trenton sing the roles of Raoul and Christine from Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Phantom of the Opera" during a Nov. 10 master class and cameo performance audition with singer and Broadway veteran Franc D'Ambrosio, best known for his long-running portrayal of the Phantom. The two were the finalists and sang a duet onstage during D'Ambrosio's Nov. 11 concert at Wayne County Community College's Taylor campus.

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Santa Paws Stop and Shop: The Shelter to Home Animal Rescue Group located at 266 Oak St. in Wyandotte is holding its 6th annual Santa Paws Stop and Shop fundraiser featuring vendors, crafters and a huge bake sale from noon to 6 p.m. on Dec. 2 and noon to 5 p.m. Dec. 3. Vendor Holiday Show: Creative Montessori Academy PTO Mom to Mom and Vendor Holiday Show from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 2. Creative Montessori Academy is located at 12701 McCann Ave. Southgate, Mi 48195. Current vendors include Thirty-One, Tupperware, Scentsy, Perfectly Posh, Usborne Books, Partylite and Lipsense.

Newly formed Downriver Families Against Narcotics chapter offers...

The opioid crisis across the U.S. has dominated headlines in the past few years and rightly so. The serious nature of this issue is highlighted by the fact that in 2016 alone, over 64,000 individuals died in the U.S. as a result of overdose from an opioid related cause.

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Measurement Inc. to hire 100 workers in Taylor

Located in the recently renovated Taylor Commons Shopping Center along Ecorse Road, Measurement Inc. is looking for about 100 qualified applicants. Their new Taylor Scoring Center, which cost about $350,000 to build, will host an open house Dec. 5 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Employees they are looking for will be temporary hires, working on a project-by-project basis.

Thanksgiving Dinner at Post 200

Kenneth Goforth, an Army veteran staying with the Michigan Veterans Foundation greets JROTC students from Taylor, Michigan high schools on Saturday, November 19, 2017 at Post 200. Photo by Clay Lomneth/The American Legion American Legion National Commander Denise H. Rohan greets veterans from the VA and a local homeless shelter on Saturday, November 19, 2017 at Post 200 in Taylor, Mich.

Hopgood hosting coffee hour in Huron Township

State Senator Hoon-Yung Hopgood is inviting members of the community to join him at an upcoming coffee hour to discuss state and local issues of concern. Senator Hopgood's December Coffee Hour will take place on Monday, Dec. 4, at 5 p.m. at the Huron Township Hall, 22950 Huron River Dri ve.

Major I-75 project in Michigan passes midway point

The Michigan Department of Transportation's massive bridge project that has closed southbound I-75 south of Detroit since February has passed its midway point, and a project official is cautiously optimistic it could be finished ahead of schedule. But that's going to depend on redecking the huge River Rouge bridge's northbound lanes, replacing the northbound half of the Goddard Road viaduct, and rehabilitation of 13 smaller bridges between Goddard and Sibley roads going as smoothly as has the work completed so far.

Police arrest armed felon accused of dealing drugs at Wyandotte bar

Wyandotte police believe they've taken a dangerous felon off the streets after arresting a man who allegedly sold cocaine to an undercover officer at a downtown bar. Eric Steven Hill, 38, whose last known address was in Taylor, was arraigned Nov. 16 before 27th District Judge Randy Kalmbach.

Holiday Train passing through Allen Park Nov. 30; food drive expands

The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train will pass through Allen Park Nov. 30, where a gathering near Thunderbowl Lanes will include a food drive benefiting the Fish & Loaves Food Pantry of Taylor. Photo courtesy of Conan Brooks The Canadian Pacific Holiday Train will pass through Allen Park Nov. 30, where a gathering near Thunderbowl Lanes will include a food drive benefiting the Fish & Loaves Food Pantry of Taylor.

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