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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

Tenaris not planning to bid on Sault arena’s naming rights

Tenaris not planning to bid on Sault arena’s naming rights

Agreement with Essar Steel Algoma expires in 2018
'Corpse' lurks at Bellevue Park Greenhouse <b>(18 photos)</b>

'Corpse' lurks at Bellevue Park Greenhouse (18 photos)

The greenhouse has a wide variety of plants and flowers for the public to admire, including the odd ‘Corpse Flower’
'This is huge,' says Sault observer of Trump's Jerusalem decision

'This is huge,' says Sault observer of Trump's Jerusalem decision

'Peace is possible,' says Sault's Congregation Beth Jacob spokesperson; urges calm while details of possible peace talks to be worked out
‘I wanted something better for myself,’ abuse survivor tells audience at remembrance event <b>(4 photos)</b>

‘I wanted something better for myself,’ abuse survivor tells audience at remembrance event (4 photos)

Raffaela Medaglia survived an abusive marriage; shared story at National Day of Remembrance event
‘I wanted something better for myself,’ abuse survivor tells hushed audience <b>(4 photos)</b>

‘I wanted something better for myself,’ abuse survivor tells hushed audience (4 photos)

Raffaela Medaglia survived an abusive marriage; shared story at National Day of Remembrance event
‘We hug our customers’ <b>(7 photos)</b>

‘We hug our customers’ (7 photos)

Art Gabriel’s Men’s Shop, established in 1949, is SooToday’s Mid-Week Mugging; check out the historic photos
‘This is awesome news’ Sault cyclist says after funding announcement

‘This is awesome news’ Sault cyclist says after funding announcement

Sault will receive nearly $600,000 toward creating more cycling lanes on city roads
Today's the last day for college students to get money back after strike

Today's the last day for college students to get money back after strike

Students who remain in school are entitled to up to $500 in extra OSAP aid if they apply for it by February 26
College students have until Tuesday to get their money back after strike

College students have until Tuesday to get their money back after strike

Students who remain in school are entitled to relief funding if they apply for it by end of winter term
Kaitlin and Lindsey go from light blue to dark blue in 13 weeks

Kaitlin and Lindsey go from light blue to dark blue in 13 weeks

Originally performing court duty as Special Constables, Kaitlin Morin and Lindsey Eaton graduated from Ontario Police College and are now enjoying their careers as Sault Police Service officers