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David Haynes will be taking over this fall as the new Director of the Planning Department in Port Huron. He served for the last 8 years as the Director of Business Attraction for the EDA. Haynes will be starting his new job at the end of September
What to do to with the Carnegie Center? That is a question officials with the Port Huron Museum are trying to address. The 25,000 sq ft building, which was built back in 1904 by the Andrew Carnegie foundation, has been closed for renovations since
Macomb County Sheriff Anthony Wickersham reports that a 46 year old White Lake Man has been arrested on a charge of using his computer to commit a crime. Detectives with the Macomb Area Computer Enforcement team (MACE) responded to the an online advertis
Officers from 163 police agencies are participating in the Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over campaign this coming labor day weekend. Officials say if you’re going to drink, have a designated driver and always remember to buckle up. Police arres
State Senator Curtis Hertel is backing a bill to keep fantasy sports legal in Michigan. Betting on fantasy sports teams is not illegal in Michigan, but Hertel says it does fall in a gray area of the law. It’s against the law to bet on unregu
FEMA's Kim Hayward gives update
The St. Clair County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management got a bit of a review yesterday from FEMA. The Federal Emergency Management Administration as a pair of agency representatives participated in a community workshop. Jeff Fre
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The Richmond Blue Devils beat Marysville 20-12 to open the high school football season on Thursday night.  D'Sean Hamilton rushed for 90 yards and scored a pair of touchdowns, including a 55 yard run in the 4th quarter.  The Vikings got two scores and 72 yards rushing from Ryan Ellul.  Richmond begins league play in the BWAC against Yale next week, while Marysville opens play
The Detroit Tigers managed just two hits on Thursday and lost 2-0 to the Angels at Comerica Park.  Detroit wasted a solid start from Randy Wolf, who took the loss despite allowing just one run and five hits over seven innings of work.  The Tigers begin a three game series in Toronto on Friday night.
Justin Verlander lost a no-hit bid in the ninth inning on a lead off double from Chris Iannetta, however, he pitched the Tigers to a 5-0 win on Wednesday night over the Angels.  Verlander tossed a complete game allowing just one hit while striking out nine.  He became just the third pitcher in the history of the Tigers to strike out 1900 batters with his 8th strike out of the
Alfredo Simon allowed three runs to score on wild pitches, as he allowed eight runs total, in an 8-7 loss to the Angels on Tuesday night.  Miguel Cabrera had three hits and three RBI in the loss, while James McCann added a two run home run for the Tigers.  Detroit has lost five in a row and hosts the Angels again on Wednesday night.
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