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Santa Claus will be in several area Christmas parades, including Marine City's on the 25th, Port Huron's on the 28th, and Marysville's on December 6th. Saint Nick will also be appearing at Lexington's annual Christmas Tree Lighting on Dec
Michigan’s unemployment rate in October was the lowest in the state since January through March 2008. According to the Department of Technology, Management & Budget, the jobless rate last month edged downward by one-tenth of a percentage point
Everyone in Michigan who has health insurance through Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan saw a rate increase on premiums of about 9% this year, but depending on who is insured, that increase could be even higher. The Affordable Care Act, more generally r
It's a new ballistic vest for one of the police dogs in the Port Huron Police Department's Canine Unit.  Canine Braddock has received his ballistic vest as part of a partnership with the company Vested Interest in K-9's
While some people might be looking forward to enjoying their Thanksgiving leftovers next week, others will be out running Saturday as part of the new Turkey Trot event, as organized by the local All American Flames gymnastics group.
Trash fees for St. Clair County residents will cost a couple quarters more per month with a tipping fee increase approved by the Board of Commissioners.  County Chair Jeff Bohm says the increase of $6 per ton is needed because the county simply doesn
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Tyler Bozak scored two of Toronto's three goals in the third period, as the Maple Leafs beat the Detroit Red Wings 4-1 on Saturday night.  Tomas Tatar had the lone goal for Detroit, who returns home on Monday to face Ottawa.
The Port Huron Northern hockey team lost its second straight game to open the season, falling 8-1 to Cranbrook on Saturday at McMorran Arena.  Bredan Shagena scored for the Huskies and Andrew Adolph made 30 saves.  Cj Regula had a hat trick for Cranbrook.
Maryland scored two fourth quarter touchdowns to knock off Michigan 23-16 on Saturday in Ann Arbor.  CJ Brown rushed for 87 yards and a touchdown, while passing for 165 yards for Maryland.  Michigan got 82 yards and a touchdown from Devin Gardner, but he was held to just 106 yard passing.  Michigan was win at Ohio State next week to become Bowl eligible.
Michigan State destroyed Rutgers 45-3 on Saturday in college football action in East Lansing.  Jeremy Langford rushed for 126 yards and two touchdowns, going over 100 yards for the 14th straight time in conference play.  Connor Cook added 254 yard passing and two touchdowns.  MSU will finish the regular season at Penn State next Saturday.
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State Senator Phil Pavlov will be speaking to Paul Miller on Monday Morning at 7:30 to talk about the State Senate's passage of a bill to raise Michigan's gas tax to provide more funding for roads.
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