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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

More students to opt out of religious education?

More students to opt out of religious education?

Huron-Superior officials concerned but still optimistic after human rights settlement
Sault Police to hand out cards to kids, mural projects completed <b>(7 photos)</b>

Sault Police to hand out cards to kids, mural projects completed (7 photos)

Two murals by Toronto artist completed as part of anti-graffiti program in partnership with Sault Police, Mac's Convenience stores
Huron-Superior school board passes budget, director Stadnyk says farewell

Huron-Superior school board passes budget, director Stadnyk says farewell

Board also sees increase in JK enrolment
<b>Mid-Week Mugging:</b> Ernie's Coffee Shop

Mid-Week Mugging: Ernie's Coffee Shop

In business since 1971, old fashioned downtown diner known for large meals made on the premises
A peek at plans for former Alexander Henry site (3 photos)

A peek at plans for former Alexander Henry site (3 photos)

The former high school is expected to re-open as an elementary school in September, 2018
School board passes budget, closes two schools

School board passes budget, closes two schools

Students in Blind River, Wawa headed for merger
This turns 25 on June 30, local celebration planned

This turns 25 on June 30, local celebration planned

Macdonald, Meredith and Aberdeen Additional Township plans celebration of iconic Loon Dollar monument in Echo Bay.
Tracy's Dream lives on; Sault Area Hospital honours its best for 2017 <b>(4 photos)</b>

Tracy's Dream lives on; Sault Area Hospital honours its best for 2017 (4 photos)

Hospital recognizes Dinelle's fundraising efforts to help cancer patients with parking fees
Local Mac's store fighting crime in a creative way (5 photos)

Local Mac's store fighting crime in a creative way (5 photos)

Mac's permitting graffiti to cut down on crime at various locations in Sault, across Ontario
PUC merger with other companies unlikely, says chair

PUC merger with other companies unlikely, says chair

Ontario government encouraging, but not enforcing, reduction of number of utility companies in the province