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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

Taylor News
Dave Gorgon appointed to Taylor City Council

Dave Gorgon, known around Downriver as "Mr. Taylor", was appointed to fill a vacancy on the Taylor City Council Aug. 15. He runs the Heritage Park Photo of the Day Facebook page, as well as serves on the board of directors for several area charities including Fish and Loaves Community Food Pantry and The Information Center. He is also the communications director for the Junior League World Series, which is going on through Sunday at Heritage Park.

Charges pending for woman who lied about kidnapping in Southgate

A final decision hasn't been made, and likely won't be for a couple weeks, but Southgate Public Safety Director Jeff Smith said charges will be sought against the woman who lied about being kidnapped last week. Smith said his detectives have been busy on cases that take a priority since this one is closed, but the investigation into why she lied isn't quite done.

Wahlburgers moving closer to opening in Taylor

Anyone driving by the old Big Boy restaurant on Penn Street in Taylor won't regongnize it after the last few weeks of construction. The building, which still had in intact Shoney's sign under the facade, has beenundergoing a complete renovation into the newest Michigan location for Wahlburgers.

Taylor man designs, casts and surprises girlfriend with unique engagement ring

When Josiah Dyment decided to propose with a ring as unique as the woman he loved, he designed it, build a kiln, cast it and completely finished it by hand. "When I knew she was the one, I knew I had to do something special," Dyment, 28, of Taylor said.

Taylor man celebrates his 100th birthday

Henry Kowalewski celebrated his 100th birthday like he spends most of his days, relaxing with his wife Carolyn. Photo courtesy City of Taylor Henry Kowalewski celebrated his 100th birthday like he spends most of his days, relaxing with his wife Carolyn.

What's Going On Downriver

"Ye Olde Yarde Sale": 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Aug. 19; Lincoln Park Historical Society, 1335 Southfield Road; the society will have several tables of items to sell; additional crafters are welcome to rent a 10'x16' space for $15; vendors will need to supply their own tables and canopies; for more information, call 313-386-3137 or email lpmuseum@gmail.com . Craft and vendor show: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Aug. 19; Fraternal Order of Eagles, 13636 Telegraph, Flat Rock; free admission; raffles, food and more; to learn more, call 313-686-4141.

Police: Woman made up story about kidnapping in Southgate

After a quick investigation, Southgate Police have determined that a woman who claimed to have escaped from a kidnapper Aug. 9 made up her story. Public Safety Director Jeff Smith said his detectives interviewed Deanaija Foy, 19, of Taylor and discovered she had made up a story about being held in a car for ransom.

Taylor man charged with open murder after allegedly stabbing his friend

Shane Buckner was charged with open murder and denied bond after he allegedly stabbed his long-time friend Alex Gardner early Tuesday morning in Taylor. If convicted he faces life in prison.

Family has hope for justice for Chelsea Small

The family of Chelsea Small celebrates a milestone in her life and holds onto hope her killer will be caught. Wednesday night, at a cemetery in Gibraltar, Chelsea Small's family gathered to celebrate her 34th birthday.

Teens energize Downriver musicals

Acting Out Productions of Taylor presents the musical "Anything Goes," with Taeryn McCardell , 17, of Trenton as Reno Sweeny; and chorus dancers Riley Klauza , 17, of New Boston; Zachary Beasley, 17, of Newport; Madison Sakajas, 15, of New Boston; Stephanie Glitz, 17, of Southgate; Melanie Hulslander, 16, of Trenton; Nina Lomas, 12, of Trenton; Kaitlin Jenkins, 18, of Allen Park; and Bethany Fink, 18, of Allen Park.

Man stabbed to death on Clippert Street in Taylor; suspect calls police to report the incident

Taylor police have a man in custody after he allegedly stabbed a 22-year-old man to death, and then called 911 to report what had occurred. The incident took place at about 1:30 a.m. Aug. 8 in the 8000 block Clippert Street, near Haskell.

2017 primary election coverage from around Downriver

Don't know your polling place? Call your clerk's office or visit vote.michigan.gov to view your polling location and sample ballot. You've got till 8 p.m. to cast your vote.

Man arrested in deadly stabbing in Taylor

According to police, they were called to a home in the 8000 block of Clippert, south of Ecorse Rd., around 1:30 a.m. Police say a 23-year-old man stabbed a 22-year-old man multiple times.

Wayne County Community College-Downriver District donates about $55,000 to Heritage Park renovations

Wayne County Community College - Downriver District's President Anthony Arminiak presents Taylor Mayor Rick Sollars with a check to fund a renovation project at Coan Lake. Photo courtesy City of Taylor Wayne County Community College - Downriver District's President Anthony Arminiak presents Taylor Mayor Rick Sollars with a check to fund a renovation project at Coan Lake.

Raheel Siddiqui family and lawyer: Marine recruit's death "not...

The former drill instructor is facing charges including hazing and maltreatment - violations of military discipline - and drunk and disorderly conduct. Raheel was a 20-year-old from Taylor, Michigan.

Taylor, two school districts to hold elections Tuesday

The polls will be mostly empty across the region as there is only one city holding elections Aug. 8, and two school districts. Voters who aren't in Taylor, or within the Huron or Romulus school districts won't be asked to vote on anything until at least November.

Taylor man charged with first degree murder in Huron Township stabbing

An 18-year-old Taylor man is charged with first-degree murder in the July 30 stabbing death of a Huron Township father. Stacy Wayne Rose Jr. was charged Aug. 2 by the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office for allegedly stabbing Robert Briscoe Sr., 49, to death at about 10:30 p.m. Sunday.

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