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  1. Influx, staffing shortages hurt COVID-19 by Michigan hospitals

    According to reports in the Detroit Free Press, Michigan hospitals are once again reaching a dangerous tipping point, as staffing shortages and an influx of COVID-19 patients have begun to strain healthcare facilities around the state. Read on...
  2. Little League championship parade now on cable channels

    A condensed, hour-long version of the parade and celebration of Taylor North’s victory in the 2021 Little League World Series is now playing on the City of Taylor’s Municipal Cable Channels on Comcast and Wow cable. Read on...
  1. 'Mr. Taylor' Dave Gorgon featured on show promoting Recreation and Sports Hall of Fame

    Dave Gorgon, widely known as "Mr. Taylor," is featured in a current edition of Taylor News Break now running on the City's government access channel on Wow and Comcast cable, and is also available on The Video Page of this website. Read on...
  2. Van Born construction expected to begin Monday, August 30

    Construction of Van Born Road, from Inkster to Beech Daly (including the intersection and on to Janet Street), is scheduled to begin on Monday, August 30. The project is scheduled to be finished by November 15. Read on...
  1. State Senator Erika Geiss (6th District) promotes COVID-19 vaccination efforts

    VIDEO: State Senator Erika Geiss (6th District) wants everyone to know how important it is for everyone to receive a vaccination against COVID-19. Read on...
  2. Lengthy, four-stage Wayne County project underway on Inkster Road

    Work is currently underway on Inkster Road between Ecorse and Van Born. A Wayne County project, it will include new concrete (including the Inkster-Ecorse intersection); new traffic signals; drainage, signing, pavement markings; and complete restoration. Read on...
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