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A Detroit police officer faces multiple weapons charges after he allegedly shot at a Macomb County home in retaliation for comments made about his wife. Sheriff’s officials say 32-year-old Clifford Gullion of Ray Township fired several shots early T
State Superintendent Mike Flanagan has informed 27 Michigan schools that they have been taken off Priority School status, as a result of their improvements in student achievement. The 27 schools, including New Haven High School, are among the first schoo
The Department of Natural Resources is reminding hunters that spring turkey licenses are still available. They cost $15 for Michigan residents, while seniors can purchase a spring turkey license for $6. Officials say the licenses will be sold until quota
A list of agenda items seeking the County Board of Commissioner's consent, Thursday night, as they met in a regular session at the County Administration Building. The board granted approval on Metropolitan Planning Commission's request for a Water Tra
Looks like the sale of Mercy Hospital to the California based Prime Healthcare Systems organization is a least if what was heard at a forum on the sale Thursday is any indication. The state's Attorney General's Office held the forum with
State Representative Dan Lauwers
The Michigan House has a passed a series of bills to eliminate February elections in the state. The reasoning, according to State Representative Dan Lauwers, is that February elections have low voter turnout and it just doesn't make sense financially
Regular meeting Tuesday night for the Port Huron City Council. During which numerous bids were accepted for chemical purchases for the Waste Water Treatment Plant and sanitary pump station repairs for 10th and 16th street. The council also scheduled a pub
Some vacant store fronts in Marysville could see new use A strip mall that's been sitting vacant, for quite some time, is about to see new a new owner has recently purchased the Marysville Plaza along Gratiot Boulevard. O'Connor Realty
Chamber has new membership manager The Blue Water Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the hiring of a new Manager of Membership Sales and Marketing. Effective Monday, Lisa Montross is new Manager of Membership Sales and Marketing at the Chamb
Equal Pay Day 2015
Equal pay day today It will be a sea of red today at the Michigan Capitol, as organizations from across the state rally together and wear scarlet to denote the fight to get women's wages "out of the red." Equal Pay Day symbolizes how far in
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