ZIP code: 29687
Area code: 864
Area: 10.9 sq mi
Chance Pride scored three touchdowns to lead Eastside past Riverside 34-13 at Eastside Friday night.
Timothy (Timmy) James Dunlap, 14, has earned Eagle Scout.
The Court of Honor ceremony was held Sunday at Prince of Peace Catholic Church. Dunlap is a member of Troop 925, out of Taylors, and his Troop Master is Marty Yigdall.
A man attending an area church conference was hit and killed while walking along a shoulder of a road.
John William Cowan, 61, of Taylors was killed when a 2008 Ford pickup, driven by a 43-year-old man, ran off the side of the road on Locust Hill Road Saturday and hit Cowan, according to law enforcement reports.
Braden Johnson pitched Northwood to a 4-0 victory over Corpus Christi, Texas in the Junior Baseball World Series Tuesday night.
It was Northwood’s (Taylors), second straight victory and next plays Hawaii Wednesday at 8 p.m.
Hayden Stapleton hit a home run in the top of the first inning that ignited Northwood from Taylors to an 8-2 victory over the Central Region’s Midland, Mich., in its first game of the Junior League World Series at Taylor, Mich.
The opening ceremonies for the Junior League World Series were held Saturday, minus fireworks, at Taylor, Mich.
Weather forced a smaller opening ceremony but officials said the fireworks display may be rescheduled this week.
The Northwood Junior baseball team is en route to Detroit to play in the Little League World Series beginning Sunday.
Northwood Little League, for the second straight year, has a team headed to the World Series.
The Northwood Juniors (13- and 14-year-olds) defeated Virginia 4-3 to win the Southeast Region baseball championship today.
The smiles on the children’s faces were as wide as the gym at the Taylors Rec Center.
iCan Bike Camp, a multi-state and international event coordinated through the iCan Shine non-profit foundation, is hosting its annual event this week. Children with varying disabilities from Down syndrome to autism are learning how to ride bicycles.