Caitlin Taylor, Monroe News

Caitlin Taylor

Monroe News

Monroe, MI, United States

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Recent:
  • Monroe News
Past:
  • The Daily Telegram

Recent articles by Caitlin:

Suspect’s mental health to be tested

A South Rockwood woman who has been accused of attempting to hire a hitman to kill her ex-husband will undergo a mental health evaluation before → Read More

Firefighter suffers medical emergency

Even those who dedicate their lives to helping others sometimes need support too.That’s why the Monroe Township Fire Department is seeking financial → Read More

Recovery efforts continue for vehicle under water

The accident happened about 8:15 p.m. Tuesday near DTE Energy's site on East Front Street; Monroe Police are investigating. → Read More

County reports 13 new COVID-19 cases

Monroe County reported 13 new cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) Tuesday afternoon. → Read More

Monroe County Fair virtual format begins

There will not be a Monroe County Fair in 2020, but virtual 4-H project judging is taking place today, animal auctions are this week. → Read More

Highlights from recent Monroe County Fairs

The following are Monroe County fair highlights from the past five years, 2015-19, beginning with most recent. → Read More

Police blotter: Chase in Monroe; small fire at Jackman Road school

The following are among recent reports to Monroe County law enforcement agencies. → Read More

2 stabbed at Luna Pier gas station

Two Monroe residents were stabbed, but are expected to recover, after an alleged altercation at a Luna Pier gas station. → Read More

Attorneys looking at racial assault case

Charges against Lee James Mouat Jr. relate to a June 6 assault against a teen at Sterling State Park. → Read More

Fire reported at Rockwood chemical plant

Officials were called about 1:45 p.m. to The R.J. Marshall Company building at 21220 N. Huron River Drive. → Read More

North student designs new Berlin Township flag

The design, which depicts a swan swimming in Lake Erie, was selected among 10 entries by members of the Berlin Township board. → Read More

Animal control retires Young’s call sign

ACO Darrian Young, who died from injuries sustained in a June 4 crash, was known as "AC3" on the agency’s radio. → Read More

MCCC to offer racial bias, disparity training

The training session called “Implicit Bias: Reducing Racial Disparities Through Understanding” will be held virtually on Aug. 26. → Read More

Temperance man killed in crash

A Temperance man was killed after his vehicle struck a tree when he unexpectedly experienced a medical emergency Friday. → Read More

Meet the Candidates: Monroe Boat Club hosts Monroe Township candidate forum ahead of August primary

Since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, opportunities to speak to constituents about local government face-to-face have become scarce. → Read More

Testimony heard in gruesome murder

Testimony is expected to continue next month in the case against Kenny W. McBride, 45, who was charged with felony open murder and mutilation of a corpse. → Read More

Former Mason school chief accepts insurance position

Andrew Shaw of Erie was hired by Kapnick Insurance Group, a third-generation, corporate insurance firm, to serve as a client executive → Read More

Woman accused of attempted murder for hire

A South Rockwood woman has been arraigned in court after being accused of attempting to hire a hitman on a fake internet website to allegedly kill her ex- → Read More

Parents wonder: Will schools be safe?

Nearly 65% of respondents who participated in a Monroe News reader poll have some concern about sending a child back to school in the fall. → Read More

What family is all about

An Adrian woman has adopted Petersburg teens after her sister's death. Here's the story. → Read More