This drawing, Forgotten Child at Christmas, spurred the organization of the Port Huron Old Newsboys in 1927 and has become the symbol of their annual fund-raising campaigns.
For more than 87 years now, the old Newsboys have been selling special newspapers, during the holiday season, raising funds for those in need in St. Clair County. They'll be out at at several intersections, and in Downtown Port Huron, again next week
A Macomb Township woman was charged Saturday morning, in the shooting death of her husband. Julie Kay Chimelak, 61 of Macomb Twp., was charged with --Second Degree Murder, Manslaughter, and Felony Firearm-- in the shooting death of her husband, 75 year-o
The rain and cold weather couldn't stop Port Huron residents from celebrating Santa Claus' arrival Friday night in Downtown. School marching bands, floats, numerous lighted cars, and over 100 dancers took part in the parade. Old St. Nick pulled t
The Michigan State University Extension published an article on venison nutrition and tips on how to cook it. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Nutrient Database, ground venison has 159 calories with 22.5 grams of protein, 7 grams of
The 2015 fund-raising campaign for the United Way of St. Clair County is well underway, and so far they have raised over $900,000 towards their 1.4 million goal. This year's theme is "Every day heroes". If you decide to give a dollar a day
For 18 years now, Captain Jim Clary has been providing prints to help raise funds for the Salavation Army during the Holiday season. This year, he's helping the St. Joseph's Academy, in Ray Township as well. For those that give $20 or more toward