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The 22nd annual Celebration for a Drug Free Taylor will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, April 30, 2015 at the Taylor Heritage Park Activities Building, 12111 Pardee Road, Taylor.
The community event is open to the public and recognizes students, individuals and groups who encourage their peers to make healthy lifestyle choices. Sponsored by the Taylor Substance Abuse Prevention Task Force, students from Taylor Schools will be recognized for their participation in creating art, banners, multi-media, poetry and essays with the theme of Drugs and Violence Defeat Dreams. Celebration activities will include an awards ceremony, and free food and refreshments.
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Mayor Hilliard Hampton will not run for reelection in Inkster
By Shelby Jefferson – Telegram Staff Reporter

Telegram Newspaper honors young African Americans

40 under 40 Series​​
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 Shareia Carter, Kerbi Niang, Roderick Hughes, Darcel Brown, Aaron Sims, Shelby Jefferson, Krystal Steward, Alexandria Wright, Melanie Hinds, Kimberly Willis, Daisy Truss, G-Style, Kyle Bartell, Dominique Rhodes, Jewell Jones ,  Latasha Johnson, Donald 'Chip' Agee, Jason Malloy, Rhonda Busette, Hailey Wilson​​

After decades of involvement in public service, Inkster Mayor Hilliard Hampton officially announced that he will not run for reelection in this year’s mayoral race.
“I want to thank all Inkster residents for allowing me to serve as mayor, councilman and school board member for the past 26 years,” Hampton said in an official statement to the Telegram.


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Detroit, MI – On Saturday, April 11th Michigan State Representative Rose Mary C. Robinson (Detroit District 4 - Democrat) met with downriver and Detroit residents at a meeting located at 2323 S. Fort Street hosted by the Truth, Trust and Transparency Project (Triple T Project) , a group which supports putting body cameras on police officers.
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GETTING TO KNOW YOUR ELECTED OFFICIALS
Wayne County Commissioner

Richard LeBlanc​
Representative Rose Mary C. Robinson Introduces Legislation to Put Body Cameras on Every Police officer in Michigan
Groups Calling on House Criminal Justice Committee to hold hearing on House Bill 4229.

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Celebration for a Drug Free Taylor
Set for April 30​