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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 broadcast journalism before making the jump to digital media, Darren has worked in the media since 1996. Born and raised in the Sault, he has a B.A. from the University of Toronto (specializing in 20th century British, European and U.S. history, 1992) and community college diplomas in Visual Arts (Sault College, 1987) and Broadcast Journalism (Dean's Honour List, Loyalist College, 2000). Darren especially enjoys writing SooToday's What's Up Wednesday feature stories and anything to do with Police, Fire, the military and veterans.

Recent Work by Darren

Public school board issues statement on next week’s rotating strikes

Public school board issues statement on next week’s rotating strikes

Parents urged to keep an eye on board’s website for developments, financial support for childcare
This year’s Bon Soo carnival to include three pageants

This year’s Bon Soo carnival to include three pageants

Miss Teenage Northern Ontario, Miss World Northern Ontario pageants to be held at Machine Shop; winter carnival event manager says Miss Bon Soo could possibly be revived
Sault musician moved by retired steelworkers to pen 'protest' song

Sault musician moved by retired steelworkers to pen 'protest' song

MD Dunn wrote lyrics to ‘Your Life For Money’ after hearing their tragic stories
‘True reconciliation’ happening in Huron-Superior schools, says Indigenous Education Lead

‘True reconciliation’ happening in Huron-Superior schools, says Indigenous Education Lead

Indigenous elders sharing culture, language and experiences with Indigenous, non-Indigenous students, teachers
Bringing pets to school under consideration by Northern Ont. school board

Bringing pets to school under consideration by Northern Ont. school board

Would be allowed under ‘exceptional circumstances’
Down to just 36 members, Lions Club looks for community-minded new recruits

Down to just 36 members, Lions Club looks for community-minded new recruits

Local service club is the subject of this week’s What’s Up Wednesday
Bringing pets to school to be studied by ADSB

Bringing pets to school to be studied by ADSB

Would be allowed under ‘exceptional circumstances’
Marcoux makes golden return at World Cup

Marcoux makes golden return at World Cup

Paralympic Winter Games gold medallist in good form after returning from injury
Public school elementary teachers to ramp up work-to-rule job action

Public school elementary teachers to ramp up work-to-rule job action

Beginning Monday, ETFO teachers will withdraw additional services while ADSB schools remain open as usual as of January 13
Local artist? Want to show off your work? Arts Council can help <b>(5 photos)</b>

Local artist? Want to show off your work? Arts Council can help (5 photos)

Artists can send an email, have their work displayed in downtown gallery, online