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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

Sip and shop with Bridget and Joanna

Sip and shop with Bridget and Joanna

Money raised from sale of high quality women’s clothing at The Machine Shop Friday, Sept. 29 will go to cardiac care at Sault Area Hospital
Dragons’ Den celebrity says ’start early’

Dragons’ Den celebrity says ’start early’

Michele Romanow, in Sault Ste. Marie to inspire local business-minded youth, was named as one of the most powerful business women in Canada
New partnership could create up to 100 good-paying information technology jobs in Sault <b>(3 photos)</b>

New partnership could create up to 100 good-paying information technology jobs in Sault (3 photos)

Montreal’s Createch Group will have a permanent home at Sault College, working with Microsoft
Not your usual 19-year-old

Not your usual 19-year-old

Ann Makosinski, inventor of the Hollow Flashlight and the eDrink, will speak to Sault youth at local entrepreneur summit
Sault son remembers his mom, struck by out-of-control vehicle in mall parking lot

Sault son remembers his mom, struck by out-of-control vehicle in mall parking lot

The Sault’s Marilyn Monroe died from injuries suffered after being struck by a vehicle Sept. 16
A loving son remembers his mom, killed in tragic accident

A loving son remembers his mom, killed in tragic accident

The Sault’s Marilyn Monroe died from injuries suffered after being struck by a vehicle Sept. 16
‘Damage is unreal:’ Two Sault hurricane relief workers hard at work in Caribbean <b>(5 photos)</b>

‘Damage is unreal:’ Two Sault hurricane relief workers hard at work in Caribbean (5 photos)

Two Algoma Power workers ‘amazed’ at damage left by Hurricane Irma
<b>Mid-Week Mugging:</b> New location and ownership, but the name and quality service remain

Mid-Week Mugging: New location and ownership, but the name and quality service remain

‘We care,’ says Bridge Auto Service owner
From crying to dancing; students, parents relieved over school board’s Parkland decision

From crying to dancing; students, parents relieved over school board’s Parkland decision

Parents express relief over ADSB’s change of mind, decision to keep Parkland Public School’s Grade 7 and 8 students put for the rest of the school year; ADSB chair says it was a learning experience for the board
School board puts student relocation on hold; Parkland Public School Grade 7 and 8 pupils staying put for this year

School board puts student relocation on hold; Parkland Public School Grade 7 and 8 pupils staying put for this year

Algoma District School Board acts on input from Parkland parents; will have discussion regarding move to other schools in spring 2018