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  A couple of major parks projects show up as agenda items before the St. Clair County Board of Commissioners tonight.  The board will be reviewing an over 800-thousand dollar contract to begin the restoration of the nearly 3-acre site on the so
Election Day today for some communities   A handful of areas see elections in Michigan today including Sandusky Community Schools. The Sanilac County District is seeking an over 4½ million dollar bond for various improvements.    
Macomb County looking for witnesses to a fatal traffic accident   The Sheriff’s Office is seeking eyewitnesses to a car crash that occurred, in Ray Township, on the morning of February 10. 13 days later the Lenox Township driver of the vehicle
Long break for students   Wind Chill Warnings have kept the youngsters home for yet another day as this last week in February finds another cold snap leading the news.  Temperatures are expected to stay in the single digits for highs with wind c
A trio of local governmental meetings set for this evening   A busy night for governmental meetings this evening with the cities of Port Huron and Marysville holding regular sessions.  Port Huron's short agenda includes a public hearing on C
Latest round of TechPort competition concludes tomorrow   TechPort offers a chance for local entrepreneurs to get some seed money to support their budding business ideas. The semi-annual program is called TechPort Soup. TechPort's Rene Stephan sa
Blue Water River Walk organizers look for some tour guides   The Blue Water River Walk is one of the area's recent improvements that the Community Foundation of St Clair County is most proud of. Now they are hoping to improve the experience even

All three suspects in this morning's robbery at Genisys Credit Union in Marysville, are now lodged at the St. Clair County Intervention and Detention Center. Along with assistance from Sheriff's Deputies and State Troopers, Marysville Police were called to the scene and checked the area. The other two suspects were taken into custody earlier today, after a chase that ended in Macomb County. Tom Konik, Marysville Public Safety Director says the incident began around 9:30 a. m. when two men, armed with handguns, entered the credit union demading money from the tellers and after receiving money, ran and got into to a minivan.  After abandoning the minivan, in Marysville, the two took off in another vehicle and headed down I-94. Several police departments assisted in the 15 mile chase that finally ended at I-94 and Metro Parkway, when the suspects got out of their vehicles and ran.  One suspect was caught shortly after the vehicle stopped.  The second was caught a short time later by an MSP K-9 unit.  The third was caught after he barricaded himself in a home he broke into on Union Lake Road in Clinton Township. All three were arrested without incident and, the FBI was called in to assist in the investigation. The suspects are also believed to be involved in the January 20th holdup of the Talmer Bank branch at Lapeer and 32nd in Port Huron Township.
 
Organizers restoring hospital buildings thinking spring   After the original Fort Gratiot Hospital closed in 1879, the two structures were turned into single family homes and businesses and stayed that way from the 1870's almost until the year 20
Cougar watch continues in the north part of the state   The Department of Natural Resources has verified video evidence of a cougar in Upper Michigan. According to the DNR Wildlife Division, this is the 28th time that cougar evidence has been verifie
Chili Cook Off set for Saturday   Joined with Woman's Life Chapter 800, the annual Marysvillle Friends of the Arts Chili Cook Off Fundraiser event is going on this Saturday from 3pm - 6pm at Marysville Knights of Columbus 4521 Ravenswood, in Kimb
St Clair Polar Plunge set for Sunday   All in the name of supporting a great cause, the proceeds collected by plungers participating, in this Sunday's St. Clair Polar Plunge, will benefit Special Olympics Michigan athletes. Supported by the Water
Built around 1829 and believed to be the oldest structure in St. Clair County, the Fort Gratiot Hospital has become an ongoing restoration project aided by . After the fort closed in 1879, the structure was turned into single family homes and businesses
Governor Rick Snyder and U.S. Senator Gary Peters are applauding the announcement of an agreement reached by the United States and Canadian governments that will allow for the constru
  Three suspects have been apprehended following Monday’s robbery of the Admiral gas station along Pine Grove Avenue. Port Huron Police say two 21-year-olds from Port Huron and a 22-year old Ruth resident are believed responsible for the holdup
New Inn holds open house, ribbon cutting   Downtown Port Huron has some new hotel space again...at the Main Street Lodge and Suites. An open house held at the Huron Avenue site yesterday afternoon where owner Ed Marshall says the under $70 rooms some
Fire Marshal warns of cold temperature alternate heat sources   The record low temperatures and an increase in fires across the state has prompted State Fire Marshal Richard Miller to offer some fire safety tips to local residents. According to the U
More work expected soon on city council goals   A rather lengthy session last night for Port Huron City Councilmembers concerning goals and priorities for the next fiscal year. Much of the discussion centered around budgetary items according to Port
Drones and hunter issues see bills proposed in Lansing   The Michigan Senate passed legislation Tuesday that would outlaw the use of certain unmanned aerial or submersible vehicles to stalk hunters or anglers and ensure that such items can’t be
Great Lakes ice starting to build up   The recent cold is making the Great Lakes ice cover grow rapidly. An MLive meteorologist reports that all of the Great Lakes have seen the amount of ice grow in the past week, but Lake Michigan's ice cover h
The City of Port Huron's administration and police detectives say a city employee has been arrested for missapropriation of city property amounting to thousands of dollars.  City Manager James Freed, in a letter to staff members, said the employ
Armed robbery investigated by police   Another armed robbery reported in Port Huron last night...this one at the Admiral Gas Station along Pine Grove Avenue near Stone.  Police say the incident happened around 8 p.m. when a lone white male pulle
Apparent murder investigation underway in Macomb Township   A shooting death reported Presidents' Day in Macomb County. Sheriff Anthony Wickersham reports that his deputies and detectives are investigating a shooting which occurred yesterday morn
Work begins on Gratiot Road Bridge over the Pine River   Detours on Gratiot began Monday between Wadhams and Rattle Run.  The St. Clair County Road Commission says it is bridge replacement time for the structure over the Pine River.  The cu
Gasoline prices remain above the $2 mark...up a nickel in a week   The statewide average for regular unleaded gasoline is up about 5-cents from last week, according to AAA of Michigan. The auto club reports that the current statewide average is about
Croswell issues Boil Water Alert   The City of Croswell is on a “boil water alert” until further notice. The Boil water notice is due to a momentary loss of pressure in the city's water system...it was originally issued yesterday afte
Local 4-H volunteer honored statewide   Last week, on the Morning Show, President of 4H Fair, Rob Usakowski, talked about his involvement in the 4H program. Usakowski says it started for him by happenstance, about ten years ago with just a couple pet
Clay and Concerts program underway again at SC4   The St. Clair County Community College Clay and Concerts program continues this year, with support from several grants. SC4’s Clay and Concerts allows local elementary students on campus to part
Food prep for large groups to be discussed in an MSU class   Cooking for Crowds is a food safety program that is coming to locations across the thumb and is aimed at educating non-profit groups that prepare large quantities of food for fundraiser and
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