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Light agendas tonight for Saint Clair County Commissioners who meet at the county's administration building at 6 pm.  County Commission Chair Jeff Bohm says one of the items before them is a land purchase by the state for some Grant Township pro
The City of Port Huron’s Department of Public Works says a section of Sanborn, from Stone to Gratiot will be closed for new asphalt pavement, water main, and sewer replacements as well as other work until the end of August. The street will be closed
The Port Huron Police Department arraigned the suspect, Sunday, in connection with the homicide that occurred in the 700 block of Court Street. Police were initially called to the apartment on Thursday, to check the well-being of a female that had not s
An arson arrest was made last night at 8:13 PM by Port Huron Police who responded to reports of suspicious activity in the 700 block of 17th street. When officers arrived on the scene they discovered suspicious circumstances and contacted the Fire Marsha
St. Clair County saw an increase of a full percentage point in the latest unemployment numbers from the State of Michigan. The Michigan Department of Technology, Management, and Budget says the May rate was 7.3%...Sanilac County was up half a percentage
The ban on same-sex marriages in Michigan has been voided by Friday's U.S. Supreme Court Ruling. Voters in Michigan passed a ban at the ballot box in 2004. The issue was raised again after a couple from Hazel Park wanted to adopt each other's chi
Bad news for strawberry lovers in Michigan. A number of fields in the state are underwater causing the berries to suck up extra water, which alters the taste and means they won’t last as long. Bob Tritten with Michigan State University Extension sa
A lot of people in Michigan have noticed the spectacular show that the Northern Lights provided this week. Many of the photos and comments have been shared on social media. One photo posted by Paul Rose of Garden of the glowing sky over the harbor at Fay
A bill authored by state Rep. Dan Lauwers reauthorizing a successful voluntary environmental stewardship program for farmers and producers received Senate approval and is on its way to Gov. Rick Snyder for his signature. The House Bill reauthorizes the M
The St. Clair County Health Department's Environmental Division says all beaches in the county are now open.  A half dozen locations saw closings Thursday due to high E. coli counts but continued monitoring found the rates back to acceptable leve

In a separate incident yesterday afternoon police say a 21 year old man was hospitalized with stab wounds.  This case occurred in the 12-hundred block of ninth Street.  No indication yet of any suspect in the case and no arrests have been made.  The condition of the Port Huron was not immediately available but authorities believed the injuries to be life threatening.
Port Huron Police have arrested a 41-year old man in connection with the death of a 45 year old woman from Port Huron.  She was found dead in her residence in the 700-block of Court Street Thursday afternoon.  Police issued a look out for the s
Cruising roads, checking out or showing off a vintage classic, catching some fish or some live entertainment, enjoying time at a beach party, or just peacefully sailing along, means nobody should be left in the cold with all the summer events going on in
Road work in the City of Port Huron this week includes the start of a project along Grand River.  The downtown road will see panel and cross walk repairs until July 2nd.  Port Huron's Department of Public Works says the roadway from Michigan
County officials are investigating the cause of a fatal fire Wednesday morning in Kimball Township.  Township Fire Chief Edmund Gratz says crews were called to the scene of a heavily involved house fire at about 1:30 a-m.  The 18-hundred block
The busy times for law enforcement really get underway this weekend with Cruise Weekend here in the Port Huron area and the annual Jobbie Nooner near the southern county border on Gull Island...and each of those popular events drawing a crowd on opposite
Governor Rick Snyder says his thoughts go out to all of the people across the state affected by Monday’s severe weather. Snyder says his administration will work closely with local governments and communities to ensure those affected by the storms
There’s plenty to do for cruisers and classic car fans, this weekend, in the Blue Water Area. Friday's Cruise Night starts the festivities, for the 9th annual Blue Water Cruise Weekend, with Straight Shooter performing live at Cheap Charlie'
The first fifteen students graduated from Baker College's Culinary Institute, last week and, Instructor Chef Thomas Recinella was a guest on the Morning Show with Paul Miller discussing the success of all their programs. Recinella will also be celebr
The Port Huron school board approved the 2015-2016 preliminary budget Monday night during their regular meeting. The budget saw another decline to the general fund balance which was used to cover the loss of revenue due in part to lower enrollment with the district losing198 students, costing nearly 1.5 million dollars. Board  Rasha Demashkieh spoke during the meeting saying, the declining
Weather officials are working to confirm whether a tornado touched down in rural Sanilac County, after damage was reported near Decker, Argyle and Forester. Sanilac County Sheriff deputies confirmed one sighting along M-53 near Deckerville. Sheriff Garry Biniecki says several barns and house trailers were damaged in the series of Monday night storms.  He says one house trailer was moved
More than a dozen citizens spoke, Monday night, during the Public Comment portion of Port Huron City Council's meeting agenda, showing their opposition in regard to the McMorran Pavilion property proposal.  The deal being considered, between the
Set sail for Autism started as a way for children with autism to get out on the water to enjoy the race, and check out the boats. Organizer Tom Riopelle says the event allows for a couple young people with autism and their families to get out of their co
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