A head on crash along Lakeshore Road in Burtchville Township Wednesday morning left one person dead and three injured, according to the St. Clair County Sheriff's Office.
Port Huron Police have a suspect in custody from a stabbing incident Wednesday morning. Sgt. Dave Seghi says the incident happened about 7 a.m. along the 1600 block of Griswold near Chestnut.
Two for the price of one....two for the price of one. The echo seemed to be heard Tuesday morning at a Downtown Development Authority meeting in Port Huron. That's where City Manager James Freed announced that the Water Street Marina development site would include two hotels and possibly two restauarants. Double double too for Downtown Port Huron where City Flats he says
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette is going to be presenting the new OK2SAY program at Holland Woods Middle School on Friday.
Get ready to go "out of this world" on Friday at St. Clair County Community College. Dr. Andrew Feustel, NASA astronaut and Michigan native will be the featured guest at SC4's second annual Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Conferen
Local pump prices taking dip, now, down to $2.99 per gallon. According to the data, this is the first time gas has been under $3.00 per gallon since November 2010. AAA Michigan says this week's statewide average gas price is about $3.13 per gal
If you were anywhere near Port Huron's waterfront around 8:00 a.m., this morning, you likely caught a unique glimpse of the Great Lakes cruise ship, Hamburg, passing through. The 400 passenger vessel is headed dowbound, to Kingston Harbour Ontario, on it's Indian Summer voyage.
The New Year is expected to see an increase for water and sewer service for Port Huron residents. Last night's special session for the Port Huron City Council saw the first reading for an ordinance amendment that changes the billing cycle for wa
Board of Education members for the Port Huron Area School District Monday evening recieved their auditor report for the Fiscal Year that ended June 30th. Although showing continued declines in many accounts the district's much used fund balance showed steady improvements for the past few years
If you're planning to cast your vote next month then the Port Huron Municipal Office Center was the place to be last night for a Legislator Candidate Forum as sponsored by the Blue Water Area Chamber of Commerce and a local newspaper. Chamber Pr