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  One hospitalized and investigations well underway, into a shooting that occurred late yesterday evening, in Port Huron.  City Police say the incident happened at 10th and Bancroft and they note that investigations this morning were continuing.
  A text, a shoe and a video could be key pieces of evidence against a man accused of murdering and attempting to rape a 14-year old Macomb County girl. 32-year old James Van Callis of Wales Township was in a Macomb County court, Monday, facing a pre
The Port Huron Area School district will be holding their last regularly scheduled meeting of 2014 tonight and will be seeing a pair of resolutions up for consideration for the board which include adopting the district's best practices incentives. Su
Governor Rick Snyder says the Healthy Michigan Plan has surpassed its original two-year and total eligibility projection this week by reaching more than 477,000 enrollees. In fact, as of today, 481,863 Michigan residents have enrolled in the program. Und
The St. Clair County Department of Veterans Affairs has announced that Chris Smith will take over the Director position recently vacated. Chris was the Department's benefits counselor. As Director, he will lead and represent the department, act as an
Bills are moving in the Michigan legislature to require the state sales tax to be added to online purchases made by consumers through certain retailers. Those retailers with an established location in Michigan are required to charge the tax at the time o
Carl Levin, the longest serving US Senator in Michigan history, said farewell to the US senate Friday. Michigan's senior senator told colleagues during a farewell address on the Senate floor that he is not leaving because of frustration over legislati
No injuries reported in a home fire Friday afternoon in Kimball Township.  Kimball Township fire officials say the call came in about noon, with the fire along the 400 block of Burns Road.  When firefighters arrived on scene flames could be seen
Comprehensive financial report released by the city   An end of the year financial report was presented, at Monday's regular session for the Port Huron City Council, with officials noting the general fund and expenditures were just about on par w
  There could be some state funding on the way, next year, for a few development projects and land acquisitions for St. Clair County.  The Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund board of trustees have recommended $666-thousand dollars in grant fu
Water levels back to normal faster than you can say freighter   Great Lakes water levels have made a comeback, after dipping to record low points less than two years ago. Lakes Michigan and Huron, which were at an all-time low in January 2013 have ma
  If you're looking for a way to capture all four seasons of the Blue Water Area, then be sure to check out a new calendar being sold at area businesses. Trina Avedisian of Citizen's for a Vibrant Community says, the calendar features all loc
The Sanilac County Sheriff’s Office says four suspects are in custoday following several Malicious Destruction of Property complaints in Lexington and Worth Townships.
The Blue Water Area Chamber of Commerce held a ribbon cutting ceremony and grand opening event Wednesday for a new store in downtown Port Huron.  Joy’s Bridal Boutique is at 208 Huron Avenue. 
It was a lot of smiles on a lot of kids faces this week with the annual Shop with a Cop event at the Fort Gratiot Meijer store.  The event is organized by the Fraternal Order of Police and the St. Clair County Prosecutor's Office
  There could be some state money for Port Huron's Lakeside Park.  The past couple years have seen a Master Plan updated, with input gathered from residents, and the state's Natural Resources Trust Fund Committee, this month, recommended
  There was more police activity at Port Huron Northern, this morning, where a canine unit responded with Port Huron Police saying the move is related to a threat written in a bathroom stall on Monday.  No new threats were reported. There had be
A high-tech local startup came out as the big winner Tuesday night at the first annual Greenlight Port Huron competition. TechPort in Downtown Port Huron was the scene last night for GreenLight Port Huron, a business competition which saw ten finalists pi
It was an open house Tuesday for the Michigan Department of Transportation that saw officials talking about the eastbound I-69 reconstruction project set for 2015 and 2016.
If you're looking for a way to capture all four seasons of the Blue Water Area, then make sure to check out a new calendar that is being sold at local businesses to benefit the Art on the River event. 
Monday's regular session for the Port Huron City Council saw them receiving and filing a recommendation from the city's Planning Commission having to do with a denial for a rezoning request that would have affected a few hundred parcels in the Har
Michigan U.S. Representative Candice Miller has received the Distinguished Service to Government Award from the Home Builders Association of Southeastern Michigan.
St. Clair County court officials say a 32 year-old Chesterfield Township man is set to be sentenced January 12 after pleading guilty to a boat crash in early August that left two people dead and a third seriously injured.
The all Michigan line-up for Town Hall in Port Huron continued today with a trio from Ann Arbor.  The group Chenille Sisters are really not sisters and in fact the Ann Arbor jazz and folk group first met in a bar.  A 30-year anniversary comes u
It's a new way to communicate emergency alerts to the Blue Water Area, and it's called the Warning Information Notification System, or WINS for short. According to St. Clair County Emergency Management's Russ Decrease, WINS will provide import
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