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Program focuses on older adults

Dr. Niharika Suchak will present a program on “Medication Use in Older Adults” Tuesday, Sept. 27, at Doctors’ Memorial Hospital, starting at 5:30 p.m. The program is part of Florida…

Free tutoring offered in math, reading

After-school tutoring services for students in all district schools are available in reading and math. The free service is made possible through Title I and Title VI federal funds. For…

Adopt a pet & more Sept. 17

The pet adoption event planned this Saturday, Sept. 17, at Tractor Supply Company will support numerous local animal rescue groups, including Forest Capital Humane Society, Meow or Never, Taylor County…

Authors to speak at library Sept. 26

Two authors from Mayo will be at the Taylor County Public Library on Monday, Sept. 26. Delores Leggett Walker and Jonnie Kidd Whittington will be guest speakers at the monthly…

Free tutoring offered

After-school tutoring services for students in all district schools are available in reading and math. The free service is made possible through Title I and Title VI federal funds. For…

Pet event is Sept. 17

Tractor Supply in Perry will celebrate Pet Appreciation Day by hosting a pet adoption event this Saturday, Sept. 17, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Several local shelters and pet…

TREA meets Sept. 19

Taylor Retired Educators Association (TREA) will meet Monday, Sept. 19, at 10:30 a.m. in the school board meeting room at the Alton H. Wentworth Administrative Complex. A representative from emergency…

Homecoming parade deadline announced

Groups interested in taking part in Taylor County High School’s Homecoming Parade must register by Friday, Oct. 7, at 3 p.m. Drivers must have a valid license and proof of…

Debris removal contractor en route to Taylor County

Taylor County has a debris management and removal contractor en route to clear debris off of public right-of-ways in the wake of Hurricane Hermine Since the contractor cannot go onto…

Presbyterian Church opens followship hall to those without power

First Presbyterian Church has opened its fellowship hall for anyone still without power who would “like to cool off in the A/C and recharge their cell phones.” The church is…