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After being without power for over 6 hours, on a nearly 90 degree day, around 6,000 DTE customers in Fort Gratiot now have power restored. DTE Energy has blamed the outage on equipment malfunction.
Marysville could have some new city offices in the not to distant future. The current city administration offices would move to a new campus under a proposal being floated by the administration. City Council, which meets in a regular session on the topic
The history of bologna in Yale starts way back in 1906 with several little bologna shops around town and that's no baloney! Since 1989, the annual Yale Bologna Festival still continues to close the town's streets and serve thousands of gathering
This weekend you can walk the riverfront in Palmer Park and enjoy the St. Clair Riverfest! Live music performances from local and national bands throughout the weekend, as well as, carnival rides and games..and that's just to get you started because,
Drivers who frequent Water Street between I-94 and West Water will soon see some orange barrels. The St. Clair County Road Comission will begin work on Monday along a stretch of Water Street in Port Huron Township
Two Detroit residents were arrested as the result of a St. Clair County Drug Task Force raid Wednesday night. According to St. Clair County Sheriff Tim Donnellon, the DTF was conducting an investigation into the sales of heroin and cocaine in the Port Hu
Michigan's Junior Senator Gary Peters will be coming to Port Huron next week. The junior senator will be attending a breakfast business round table at the new Blue Water Convention Center on Monday. Peters, the former Michigan Lottery commissioner, b
 The St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in solving a rash of catalytic converter thefts throughout the county. According to Sheriff Tim Donnnellon, the converters are being stolen from vehicles that are par
A new report says there are now more Michigan children living in poverty than there were during the Great Recession. he "Kids Count" report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation says while most states, including neighboring ones, have seen improve
From Boat Week to Fair the tents are already set up, at Goodells County Park, for the 78th annual St. Clair County 4-H and Youth Fair that opens it's gates today. Beef, Swine, Goats, Veal, Rabbits, Sheep, heavy hogs will be for sale, along
On July 15th, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan designated 39 Saint Clair County practices as patient-centered medical homes for the 2015 program year, meaning they have particular qualities and processes that help improve health care quality and outcom
For the second week in a row, Michigan motorists are enjoying relief at the gas pump. A new Triple-A Michigan survey shows average gas prices are down about 11-cents per gallon compared with last week, leaving the statewide average at $2.72 per gallon, w
A handful of Tiger’s fans walked out of Comerica Park after the Tigers’ 9-3 loss to the Orioles Sunday to find there wasn’t much left of their cars. Seven of them caught fire during the game in an unattended private lot a few blocks fro
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