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Darren Taylor

Darren Taylor

Darren Taylor is a news reporter and photographer in Sault Ste Marie. He regularly covers community events, political announcements and numerous board meetings. With a background in TV and Radio, Darren has been a reporter for 15 years.

Recent Work by Darren

Police hear complaints from cab company, owner to meet with chief

Police hear complaints from cab company, owner to meet with chief

Cab company says police have not responded to hit and runs, runners; Chief says calls are answered in priority
Sault's Entomica to pack up its bugs, go to big city

Sault's Entomica to pack up its bugs, go to big city

Insectarium will be at ROM for one weekend in April; lots of activities scheduled for spring and summer
Mayor, Chamber CEO spar over tax rates

Mayor, Chamber CEO spar over tax rates

Chamber members want cuts to bring rates down, says Rory Ring
Thaw conditions good, but stay away from the water

Thaw conditions good, but stay away from the water

Conservation authority general manager aware of need to harvest some Hiawatha trees
Friday marks application deadline for new Huron-Superior director job

Friday marks application deadline for new Huron-Superior director job

New top administrator expected to be announced in May
An uncommon place <b>(7 photos)</b>

An uncommon place (7 photos)

New concept for school libraries is catching on; St. Paul learning commons area is biggest of its kind at Sault elementary school level, officials say
Sault helps with Sudbury water problem

Sault helps with Sudbury water problem

PUC lends hose to Sudbury to keep up its water levels
Sault helps with Sudbury water problem

Sault helps with Sudbury water problem

PUC lends hose to Sudbury to keep up its water levels
Local mural to be seen on Toronto subway, airports across Canada <b>(3 photos)</b>

Local mural to be seen on Toronto subway, airports across Canada (3 photos)

Canada 150-themed mural was painted by artists at Sault's Urban Aboriginal School
Bruce Mines to lose its only school; parents upset with school board

Bruce Mines to lose its only school; parents upset with school board

Children in JK to Grade 3 at Arthur Henderson school to be sent to Desbarats; parent calls it 'ridiculous'