1. 'Pure Michigan Business Relief Initiative' opens December 15

    The Pure Michigan Small Business Relief Initiative will utilize federal CARES Act funding to provide $10 million in grants to meet the urgent need of Michigan small businesses disproportionately impacted the COVID-19 virus. Read on...
  2. COVID-19 UPDATE: Nursing homes, workers excited to be first in vaccine line

    There is growing excitement at nursing homes and long-term care facilities about being named among the first in line to receive the COVID-19 vaccine as soon as it’s available, reported Click on Detroit. Read on...
  1. Treasurer's Office offers easy options to pay winter tax bills

    Due to the pandemic, the City of Taylor is offering easy options to pay your winter tax bills. Read on...
  2. 'TSX Baseball' to be added at Taylor Sportsplex

    Mayor Rick Sollars today (December 3) announced “TSX Baseball,” an exciting expansion of offerings at the Taylor Sportsplex in 2021. The new program will be housed in the main open-field soccer arena. Read on...
  1. Packets available for possible candidates for local elections in 2021

    The City Clerk has packets available for those who are interested in running for local office in 2021. Anyone interested needs to call ahead to make arrangements to pick one up because City Hall is open by appointments only. Call (734) 287-6550 Opt. 6. Read on...
  2. Winterfest 'Blizzard of Oz' is going to the dogs December 3-6

    The Taylor Winterfest’s “Blizzard of Oz” continues Thursday, December 3, through December 6 with the theme of “Frosty Paws” celebrating a weekend gone to the dogs – literally. “Frosty Paws” will mark Week No. 3 of the eight-week event at Heritage Park. Read on...
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