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United Way set to release final campaign report Thursday   The final tallies are being made at the United Way of St. Clair County offices for the 2015 campaign.  The group reported to be about 90-thousand dollars away from a one-point-three mill
Local Chamber has new members, officers   The Blue Water Area Chamber of Commerce will welcome new board meetings this year.  of the year. New members are Kimberly Appel, Keely Baribeau, Laura Cottengim, Andrew Paul, and Michael Turnbull. The bo
PH looks at debt management & holds hearing on HUD Funding   Debt management is the expected highlight of tonight's Port Huron City Council meeting.  The seven member board is set to approve an administration proposal which sets guidelin
Marysville studies recreation fees in a regular session tonight   Marysville city council also holds a regular meeting tonight.  The 7:30 p.m. session features a report on the American Public Works Award program.  Fees for the city's re
Another bridge project in the county   Construction on Gratiot Road Bridge over Pine River in St. Clair Twp. is set to begin on February 9, weather permitting. The bridge construction includes removal of the old bridge, placing new concrete abutments
College gearing up for popular “free” event   It's an annual event each spring that draws over a thousand to the campus of St. Clair County Community College, and registration for it is coming up.  It's the 13th annual Free C
Gun permit bill likely to be re-introduced   A Governor vetoed bill that would have eliminated gun boards is expected to be re-introduced in the Michigan House.  Mayville Republican Mike Green says “he has been in direct contact with the g
On Friday at approximately 7:45 pm, a lone male disguised in a zebra pattern outfit and nylon mask robbed the Caro Rite Aid at knife point. The suspect fled the scene when officers arrived, but investigations led the troopers to an apartment in the area
The Department of Community Health has confirmed Michigan’s first measles case of 2015. Michigan is now one of seven states reporting the disease, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The case involves an adult in Oakland Co
On Wednesday night in Sanilac County a nearly two year investigation, by Troopers from the Michigan State Police Caro Post, culminated in the arrest of David Michael Parsons, a 49 year old registered sex offender from Evergreen Twp. Troopers were advised
Officials in Port Huron Township say a portion of Strawberry Lane was closed down late Friday morning due to a gas line leak at a construction site. The affected area was in the 2700-2800 block with traffic diverted to Huckleberry and Oakwood. No injurie
Port Huron Firefighters on Friday morning responded to a south side house fire on the 2800 block of Mason Avenue. Nobody was inside the home and the fire was brought under control within minutes. The cause of the fire is under investigation. Port Huron T
Locals still trying to find developer for St. Clair Inn   It's back to the drawing table on getting the Saint Clair Inn back in business.  A potential sale, which developed late last year, has fallen through according to Randy Maiers who hea
Lexington Police pull man out of Lake Huron A suicidal subject who was standing on thin ice near the shore in Lake Huron Wednesday broke through the ice as police were in the process of  attempting to talk him back on shore. The 19-year-old was pull
Flags at half staff today to honor former state Senator   The honor, as ordered by Governor Rick Snyder, is for former state Sen. Harry DeMaso, who died Jan. 9. DeMaso, a Battle Creek native, was elected to the state Senate in 1967, where he served 2
  Detroit is ranked as the second-worst city in the country for bed bugs by Orkin. The pest control company ranks Chicago as the worst. Last year, Michigan’s largest city ranked third for cities with the largest increase in infestations on a li
The Michigan Attorney General's Office has charged a St. Clair County man, already serving time in prison, with solicitation to murder.  The A-G's Criminal Division says 28 year old Michael Still wrote a letter that was intercepted by prison
A former assistant volleyball coach at Yale High School has pled guilty to three counts of child sexually abusive activity.  Charles Goubert of Emmett was arrested last October after undercover detectives with the Macomb County Sheriff's Office w
SMR holds ceremony to announce expansion   A Marysville-based automotive accessory manufacturer held a grand opening ceremony, Wednesday, for their recently expanded paint plant operations and the added jobs there.  The SMR Automotive Systems bu
Warm up from the inside out at ChillyFest this weekend   Ice carvings, live music, bed races and of course the chili... all part of the annual ChillyFest in downtown Port Huron Friday and Saturday.  The event kicks off tomorrow, as the ice sculp
Unemployment in the state at lowest level since 2002   Michigan’s unemployment, in December, fell to its lowest level in more than 12 years. The Michigan Department of Technology, Management & Budget says the jobless rate last month was dow
The St. Clair County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in solving an armed robbery at the Talmer Bank in Port Huron Township.  The Tuesday morning robbery happened about 9:15 a.m. at the branch at Lapeer Road and 32nd Street.
Man sentenced to 5 to 15 years following fatal boat crash   Five to fifteen years behind bars... that's the sentence handed down Tuesday for a Chesterfield Township man, after he pled guilty to a boat crash, from last August, that left two people
Resurfacing one span of the Blue Water Bridge this Spring   Starting in April the Michigan Department of Transportation will be doing some resurfacing work on one span of the Blue Water Bridge.  MDOT's Diane Cross says there will be two lane
DDA holds round table session to prioritize projects   About a dozen local business and property owners met with members of the Port Huron Downtown Development Authority Tuesday morning for a round table session, with the goal of prioritizing several
Pilot grant will be used to expand the Y’s HOST initiative   The State Alliance of Michigan YMCA's received a Michigan Health Endowment Fund pilot grant. The 2 year, $3.3 million award will support expanding the Y's Healthy Out of Schoo
The Port Huron Schools Board of Education held their first regular session of the New Year Monday, with Superintendent Jamie Cain detailing his plans to transform the district into a higher and better achieving one. 
It's another price decrease at the gas pumps this week.  AAA Michigan says this week's statewide average is about $1.92 per gallon, about 2 cents less than last week's average and about $1.36 less than this same time last year.
It's upgrades to better street lights for Port Huron as DTE Energy starts another light replacement project this month.  DTE's Scott Simons says crews will be switching out older mercury-vapor lights with high-pressure sodium lights.  He
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