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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. Gigantic Robotic Garage Sale: Friday, Feb. 23 from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.and Saturday, Feb. 24 from 8 a.m. to noon at Our Lady of the Angels Church, 6442 Pelham, Taylor.

Downriver pastor urges legislators to withdraw demands for investigation into conversion therapy

For the second week in a row, protesters returned to the sidewalk in front of Metro City Church in Riverview, pledging to be there for the entirety of a six-week workshop for girls struggling with their sexual identity. Alex Franzen - For The News-Herald David Terech said he worships at Metro City Church and attended Thursday's protest to get a firsthand view of what was going on.

Wahlburgers Taylor location expected to open in March

At his 2017 State of the City Address Taylor Mayor Rick Sollars announced Wahlburgers was opening a location in Taylor. The restaurant was initially set to open in June, and then mid-September, later an October date was released.

P.S. Center Stage Players present comedic murder mystery - As Long As We Both Shall Live'

When a young bride-to-be's monstrous mother-in-law might be framing her for murder, she wonders if she'll spend her honeymoon behind bars in P.S. Center Stage Players' production of Sean Grennan's "As Long As We Both Shall Live." The murder-mystery comedy runs 7 p.m. Feb. 15, 16, 22 and 23 at Jo Brighton Auditorium, 4460 18th Street, Wyandotte.

Olga's Kitchen opens new location in Taylor

Olga Loizon, 91, the founder of Olga's Kitchen cuts the ribbon on the new Taylor store. Photo courtesy of City of Taylor The new Olga's Kitchen in Taylor is one of the new designs the company is offering.

Soup Day turns 25 this year; taste fest set for March 7

Ray's Prime Foods in Taylor served Beef Bone Broth Vegetable, and Ham, Bean and Kielbasa Soup. Photos by Matt Thompson for The News-HeraldRay's Prime Foods in Taylor is a common attraction at Soup Day.

Man charged in workplace shootings arraigned in Michigan

In a booking photo provided by the Oakland County Sheriff, Vernest Griffin in shown. The suburban Detroit man has been charged in connection with one of two fatal shootings at separate businesses.

Man Charged in Workplace Shootings Arraigned in Michigan

In a booking photo provided by the Oakland County Sheriff, Vernest Griffin in shown. The suburban Detroit man has been charged in connection with one of two fatal shootings at separate businesses.

More charges filed for suspect in killing spree

More charges have been filed against the Sterling Heights man who authorities believe went on a shooting spree Feb. 1, killing two at their workplaces. A warrant filed Feb. 7 charges Vernest James Griffin, 45, with two counts of assault with intent to murder, one count of felonious assault and three counts of possession of a firearm in the commission of a felony in connection with the shootout he had with Waterford Township police following the two homicides.

Pain management workshop explores, advocates for alternatives to opioids

Dr. Bruce Hillenberg, a pain psychologist, spoke about how to overcome chronic pain through movement and meaningful activities at the Jan. 30 pain workshop at Beaumont Hospital - Dearborn. Jessica Strachan - For The News-Herald A team of pain management experts spoke to nearly 100 attendees at a free pain management workshop at Beaumont Hospital - Dearborn on Jan. 30. Jessica Strachan - For The News-Herald Dr. Bruce Hillenberg, a pain psychologist, spoke about how to overcome chronic pain through movement and meaningful activities at the Jan. 30 pain workshop at Beaumont Hospital - Dearborn.

Downriver father navigates opioids in the midst of an epidemic

Brian Opalinski and Danielle Magnaghi stand with their children, Madenn Opalinski , John Guy and Olivia Guy. Photo courtesy Danielle Magnaghi Brian Opalinski and Danielle Magnaghi are engaged to be married.

Taylor shooting victim, Keith Kitchen, remembered as kind man

The first victim of a shooting spree that spanned multiple cities across multiple counties and ended after about two hours and two homicides later is remembered as a kind man by those who knew him. Keith Kitchen, 60, was gunned down by a disgruntled former coworker at about 10:10 a.m. Feb. 1 while working at BSD Linehaul Inc., 24420 Pennsylvania Road in Taylor.

The Latest: Workplace slayings suspect had AK-47, ammunition

TAYLOR, Mich. - The Latest on man who police say shot and killed two other people at separate Detroit-area businesses : Authorities say a man who fatally shot two workers at separate Detroit-area businesses was armed with an AK-47 assault rifle and had more than 200 rounds of ammunition.

Suspect in Taylor shooting death, Pontiac shooting, arrested

The Oakland County Sheriff's Office reported they have the man in custody who Downriver police say shot and killed a former coworker in Taylor, stole a semitruck and then shot another person in Pontiac. The Taylor shooting was reported at about 10:10 a.m. Thursday.

One dead in Taylor shooting, suspect still on the loose

City officials confirmed the shooting happened on Pennsylvania Road, between Telegraph and Beech Daly. The name, age and gender of the victim was not released pending notification of the family.

Detroit area women candidates featured on cover of Time

Earlier this month, Time magazine featured several dozen women candidates on its cover, all of whom the magazine says are running for office for the first time and were inspired to do so by last year's Women's March. It was hard to tell at the time, but a Detroit housing activist and Metro Times opinion contributor who recently announced she's getting into politics was among them.

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Scrapbook crop: The St. Paul Annual Scrapbook Crop is scheduled for Sat. Feb. 3 from 9 AM- 7 PM.

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