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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

‘Music is like breathing,’ says Sault artist Dunn

‘Music is like breathing,’ says Sault artist Dunn

MD Dunn launches latest folk CD at Water Tower Pub gig
Algoma Conservatory presents The Four Seasons (times two)

Algoma Conservatory presents The Four Seasons (times two)

Sunday, Dec. 9 evening performance of The Eight Seasons at The Machine Shop stars violinist Alexandre Da Costa
Sault kids, police, team up with Rome’s to help Soup Kitchen <b>(6 photos)</b>

Sault kids, police, team up with Rome’s to help Soup Kitchen (6 photos)

15th annual OPP Stuff a Cruiser event helps families in need at Christmas
Here’s to your health, say two of the Sault’s top docs

Here’s to your health, say two of the Sault’s top docs

Algoma Public Health, marking its 50th anniversary year, is the subject of this week’s Mid-Week Mugging
Local Special Olympian has too many awards to display

Local Special Olympian has too many awards to display

Sault’s Kristen Bonenfant looks forward to curling competition during 2019 Special Olympics Ontario Provincial Winter Games
‘Some people don’t want to work; this program will motivate them,’ consultant says

‘Some people don’t want to work; this program will motivate them,’ consultant says

After successful adult program, Sault Community Career Centre to begin local youth employment program in 2019
Algoma Public Health may have to do more with less, says agency’s top doc

Algoma Public Health may have to do more with less, says agency’s top doc

APH board passes 2019 budget; concerns exist over provincial funding
Carter loves skiing (and Elvis)

Carter loves skiing (and Elvis)

The Sault’s Carter Simpson is looking forward to alpine skiing at upcoming 2019 Special Olympics Ontario Provincial Winter Games
Here's what the city's new weed impairment tester looks like

Here's what the city's new weed impairment tester looks like

Officers will be equipped with the Drager DrugTest 5000 during RIDE Programs or other traffic blitzes to see whether you're stoned or buzzed on blow
Walking is ‘the magic pill’ for physical, mental and emotional health

Walking is ‘the magic pill’ for physical, mental and emotional health

Gil Penalosa, 8 80 Cities founder and chair, has advised cities worldwide on better public health