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The Blue Water Area Chamber of Commerce and local newspaper the Port Huron Times Herald are holding a Legislator Candidate Forum this evening. The sponsors have invited the people running for state offices to come have a dialogue with you and the forum w
Just how much will sewer and water rates increase in the City of Port Huron and just when? Just some of the questions expected to be addressed this evening in a special City Council meeting that gets underway at 6:00 p.m. in room 408 of the Municipal Off
The Sanilac County Sheriff's Office says a suspect in the homicide of 35-year-old Billy Chernow Jr. of McGregor has been found deceased.  Sheriff's Investigators found a 40-year-old Deckerville man dead in his home from an apparent self-infli
Port Huron's Community Dental Clinic is now the Lonnie J. Stevens Community Dental Clinic.  Friday saw a renaming for the facility along Electric Avenue, with Stevens, who's the former Director of the United Way of St. Clair County, on hand f
Still some tough economic times around St. Clair County but the proposed general fund budget for the 2015 fiscal year is balanced at about $56 million, with adoption of the spending plan expected next month.  A regular session Thursday for the County
A new report says that chances of an extremely hard winter like the one Michigan experienced last winter are low, according to federal weather forecasters.The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration  says extremely cold and snowy weather is &
A 53 year old assistant volleyball coach at Yale High School has been taken into custody on charges of Child Sexually Abusive Activity and Using a Computer to Commit a Crime.  The Macomb County Sheriff's Office says Charles Edward Goubert of Emme
Michigan’s unemployment rate in September fell to its lowest level in more than six years. According to the Department of Technology, Management & Budget, the state's jobless rate dipped over the month by two-tenths of a percentage point to
This week saw Governor Rick Snyder signing into law the Nathan Bower Act, which adds information about bicycle and motorcycle awareness to Michigan's driver education and training, with an emphasis on the importance of motorists being aware of their s
  This would be the time of year when Great Lakes water levels would start to fall, but this year is different, as levels for Lakes Michigan and Huron and Lake Superior have continued to rise.  Levels for Lakes Michigan and Huron have risen over
  Tuesday night saw the annual Cops and Jocks spaghetti dinner at the Seaway Terminal in Port Huron. The annual event sees local police officers and RadioFirst personalities serving spaghetti tableside. Officer Adrianne Mynsberge of the Port Huron Po
The Sanilac County Sheriff's Office says the suspicious death from Sunday in Bridgehampton Township has been ruled a homicide.  The incident began about 1:30pm as deputies responded to the 2-thousand block of East Forester Road for a man who was
Legislation aimed at getting drivers under the influence of drugs off the road have been signed into law by Governor Rick Snyder.  The legislation was sponsored by local State Representative Dan Lauwers of Brockway Township and local State Senator Ph
  The Food Allergy Research and Education organization suggesting those with treats to paint a pumpkin teal to identify a home offering safe treats for those with a food allergy. See the group’s website at foodallergy.org for a printable sign t
The Port Huron City Council session last night saw a resolution introduced by councilmember Alan Lewandowski seeking support for refugee children from Central America who have fled their homes to the United States, with an offer of support services and ag
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