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Painters, sculptors, photographers join in the annual Taylorsville Art Show

The annual Taylorsville Art Show was another rousing success this year with more than 240 entries in many different artistic categories.

Snowfall didn’t slow down patrons of popular Taylorsville Community Greenhouse

Taylorsville gardeners are already making use of their community greenhouse, and the adjacent garden will soon be busy also.

Several military recruitment offices move to same Taylorsville shopping complex

A new full-service military recruiting office has opened on Redwood Road in Taylorsville.

‘Guardian angels’ recognized for assistance in October stabbing

The West Valley City Council recognized two Good Samaritans who helped a Maverik gas station clerk after she was attacked and stabbed.

YMCA Community Family Center encourages acts of kindness, receives large donation

The Taylorsville YMCA Community Family Center has been keeping kids busy this winter and recently received a $2,500 donation.

New Taylorsville Senior Center addition has woodwork and ceramic artists thrilled

New Taylorsville Senior Center room to open soon for woodworkers and ceramics artists.

Taylorsville Lutheran Church and School hosts successful ‘Trunk or Treat’ night, drawing thousands

The Prince of Peace Lutheran Church and School in Taylorsville had yet another large turnout at its annual ‘Trunk or Treat’ Halloween event.

Taylorsville resident Hazel Pope, 2, wins $1,000 Utah Educational Savings Plan scholarship

Two-year-old Taylorsville girl has $1,000 set aside for college courtesy of the Utah Educational Savings Plan.

Retiring Taylorsville Food Pantry executive leaving big shoes to fill

The organization that operates the Taylorsville Food Pantry (Tri-Park Services Inc.) got its name because the pantry grew out of the efforts originally begun by three mobile home communities.

Taylorsville Family Support Center receives $10,000 donation from national clothing chain T.J. Maxx

New Taylorsville T.J. Maxx clothing store donates $10,000 to the Family Support Center.


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