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Just in time for the summer tourism season, the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT), today, announced the Grand Opening of the new Port Huron Welcome Center. Located off westbound I-94, the Welcome Center will serve visitors heading into Michiga
Starting at Fort and Quay streets, the Port Huron Memorial Day Parade steps off, Monday at 11:00 a.m., proceeding north on Huron & Pine Grove Avenue and ending in Pine Grove Park, where a brief ceremony takes place at the Eternal Flame Memorial. Festi
Saint Clair County Commissioners met, at the Administration Building, for a regular session, Thursday night, with action items on the agenda that included St. Clair County Emergency Management requesting board consent for adoption of their department'
Some more specifics of just what to expect this July during Mackinac boat week revealed yesterday at the second press conference of the week involving the Bayview Yacht Club.  Stages will again be set up in downtown Port Huron that will feature a va

Around 240 yachts, hundreds of family members, and thousands of spectators flow into Port Huron each July for the annual race to Mackinac....and this year the sailors will have something new to see as they head out to start the race in lower Lake Huron.  The new convention center next to the Blue Water Bridge has always been a spot where many said there should be an attraction
Some families displaced and a firefighter injured in an apartment fire in Port Huron Wednesday evening.  Firefighters say the 600 block of Taylor street blaze involved a common wall of two apartments where significant damage occurred.  Smoke da
Whether you are traveling across the county or across the country this Memorial Day weekend, make sure you get home safe by buckling up. The St. Clair County Sherriff's office and local city police departments are teaming up for the annual Click It o
AAA Michigan says the just over one-million of us traveling on state roads this holiday weekend well above last year numbers thanks to generally lower gas prices and an improved economy. The holiday counting period begins at 3 pm tomorrow.  
Originally set up, in 1981, to celebrate the 300th anniversary of the founding of the French fort, Fort St. Joseph, and celebrate the "frenchness" in the Great Lakes Area...the Feast of the Ste. Claire has remained an annual Memorial Day weekend
Just in time for the Memorial Day holiday gasoline prices in the local area crept up to around $2.80 this week.  The price hikes come just a month after some experts were predicting an average $2.35 for the summer driving season. The AAA auto club sa
State Rep. Paul Muxlow, R-Brown City, recently testified in support of Logan’s Law, a measure that would prevent animal cruelty. According to his web site House Bill 4355 referred to as, Logan’s Law, was approved nearly unanimously by the Hous
The search is underway for a Christmas tree to be placed in front of the Capitol this year. The state is taking nominations now through July 15. Officials are looking for a suitable spruce or fir with a length of at least 65-feet. In past years, trees ha
It was a big announcement that got the week started, at Community Foundation of St. Clair County, with Jackie Hanton as their new Vice President. Hanton's first day will be May 26th, replacing Lynn Griffor, who left to lead the McLaren Port Huron Hos
Theme selected for International Day Parade “At the Movies” is the theme for the 2015 Rotary International Day Parade. The theme will show up on competitive floats the make up much of the parade which is set for July 15th with a step off tim
Trail Thumbs Up Wine Trail is a 275 mile long journey of vineyards, wineries, and a cider house, along the thumb region in southeast Michigan. Some of the local wineries along the trail include the Sandy Shores Winery in Jeddo; Green Barn Winery in Smiths
Michigan's struggle to maintain its population is not just about finding ways for people to move here or stay here. It's also about fertility. State Demographer Eric Guthrie told a gathering of lawmakers and economists on Friday in Lansing, that
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