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It is a week full of special sales and seasonal parades. Thursday saw some local participation the Detroit Thanksgiving Day Parade where one of the early marching band groups were the Vikings from Marysville. Tonight in Port Huron Jolly old St. Nick will
With an estimated 1.5 million Michiganders taking to the roads for this Thanksgiving weekend, Sanilac County Sheriff Gary Biniecki would like all of them to arrive safely at their destinations. In 2014, Sanilac County had over 1300 traffic crashes, 166 I
A well known multi-story living center in downtown Sarnia near the St. Clair River is off limits till officials give the all-clear after a fire broke out in an overhang Sunday.  Some 400-residents were displaced by the incident with a handful sent to the hospital. It was not immediately known what caused the fire.
If you are heading to grandmother's house for Thanksgiving eastbound across the Blue Water Bridge expect an immediate detour once you hit Sarnia.  Eastbound lanes of Highway 402 are shut down at Indian Road after a transport truck Monday tore into an overpass.  The truck was hauling a load that was too tall and struck the overpass. Officials expect the detour, which uses Exmouth
Adoptive families will be honored at courts around the state as part of Michigan Adoption Day. Today, dozens of adoptions are being finalized in special ceremonies as part of the yearly celebration. Macomb County Circuit Court Judge David Viviano explain
This Thursday, the Salvation Army in Port Huron will be holding their annual Thanksgiving dinner at the Port Huron Citadel. This year they are planning on serving 400 people free turkey dinners, with all the fixings. Major Kirk Schuetz with the Port Huro
A relatively light agenda for Port Huron City Council tonight as the seven member board has less than a dozen action items before them. A $50 thousand donation for the Police Department's K-9 unit is to be announced, a pair of property demolitions du
The Sanilac County Sheriff’s Office investigated several weekend single vehicle personal injury accidents that occurred Saturday. One happened late in the afternoon on Peck Road West of Cribbins Road in Buel Township. According to Deputies, a 2001
The sounds of ringing bells at many retail locations here in St. Clair County means the Salvation Army Volunteers are out their ringing their bells for their annual Red Kettle Campaign, which started November 13th. So far they have raised over $45,000 to
On Friday, shortly after midnight, Sanilac County Corrections Deputies discovered that a 27 year-old man from Melvin, who was on work release, failed to return to the jail at the required time. The suspect, who was wearing a tether, intentionally deactiv
With the recent terrorists attacks in Paris, many politicians have been critical of the resettlement of Syrian and Iraqi refugees to the U.S. Congresswoman Candice Miller, U.S. Representative for Michigan's 10th district and Vice Chair of the House H
The St. Clair County Animal Control and Adoption Center has recently added a new laborartory/surgical center, as well as a new young pet nursery. These improvements were made possible by a $45,000 donation from the trust of Rose Couzens, a resident of Em
Michigan Motorists have another reason to be thankful this November! The statewide average price for gas officially dropped below $2 for the first time since January 1st. The current statewide average is about $1.99 per gallon, down 24 cents from last we
A lot of Michiganders will be heading home for the holidays next week, the most in eight years according to a new survey from AAA Michigan. AAA projects more than 1.5 million Michiganders will journey 50 miles or more from home this Thanksgiving, which i
Budget time for St. Clair County Commissioners Thursday night as they adopted the counties 2016 budget. Besides a budget shortfall that was balanced by structural changes within the courts and county clerks office, and the Sheriff's Office as well. K
A celebration was held onThursday by SONS Outreach as the gave thanks and rejoiced for the anonymous gift of land they received earlier this year. The celebration took place on the gifted property which is the former site of Port Huron South and Grant Sc
The McLaren Port Huron Foundation Board of Trustees have launched an ambitious four-year $5 million fund raising campaign. Called "Rising to New Heights", the campaign will support improvements in patient care including the expansion efforts fo
Port Huron Police say thanks to a CAPTURE tip they have arrested a 30-year-old Clyde Township resident in connection with the machete hold up of the south side Dairy Queen earlier this week. The arrest came Thursday afternoon. He is to be arraigned on va
Two Detroit residents have been arrested in Port Huron after the St. Clair County Drug Task Force executed a search warrant at a residence in the 2900 block of Golden Crest Court on Wednesday night, at about 9:30pm. During the search members of the DTF l
The Macomb County Sheriff's Office in investigating the robbery of the Talmer Bank and Trust in Mt. Clemens Thursday afternoon. At around 1:35pm a man walked into the bank and produced a note which implied he had a bomb, although no weapon was seen.
On Wednesday, it was announced that the Community Foundation of St. Clair County was granted a $100,000 donation from the Ralph C. Wilson Jr. Foundation. Mr. Wilson, a Detroit native, passed away on March 25, 2014. Twenty southeastern Michigan organizati
The St. Clair County Sheriff's Office is investigating skeletal remains found Sunday on State Game Land; off of State Road, about a half mile south of Birch Road in Burtchville Township. The remains where found by some hunters following a deer blood
Port Huron Police continue to investigate an armed robbery at the south side Dairy Queen Tuesday evening. The 12 hundred block of Military heist saw a white male in his 20's threaten the clerk with a machete at about 6:40 pm and made off on foot with
Looks like city council in Port Huron will have a busy December meeting in terms of development proposals. That’s the word from City Manager James Freed who spoke Tuesday morning to fellow members of the city's Downtown Development Authority. I
  Serenity Apparel Tattoos and Piercings will have a food drive to benefit the Hunter Hospitality House, located in Port Huron, Michigan. The Hospitality House allows the families of ill patients to be close to their loved ones with no cost to them.
A 66 year-old man from Fraser was injured while hunting on Sunday morning. Sanilac Central Dispatch received a 911 call reporting that a man had fallen out of tree stand. Deputies responded to the 2800 block of Burr Road in Washington Twp. An investigati
During Mondays night's school board meeting the Port Huron School district's steering committee presented the board of education with their recommendations concerning area schools and the need for major facility upgrades and improvements, to prov
The Community Foundation of St. Clair County has awarded over $1.5 million in grants this year and they're not done yet. In total this year donors and funds have provided more than $438,000 for Community & Economic Development, $345,000 for Educa
Actress Sissy Spacek brought some of her southern hospitatilty to McMorran Place Monday for the latest presentation in the Town Hall series. Spacek is known for such classics as the movie Carrie and Coal Miner's Daughter where she protrayed the chara
No major problems noted in Saturday's implosion of the Mighty Marysville Power Plant.  That was the report given to Marysville City Councilmembers Monday night from Chief Thomas Konik.  The head of Marysville's Department of Public Safet
It has been decided. The McMorran Pavilion will go to the St. Clair County Community College. Councilmembers Al Lewandowski and Alphonso Amos voted against the college receiving the pavilion. Lewandowski says he didn't want to put the cities future o
There will be a Community Thanksgiving Service, on  November 24th at the St. Joseph Catholic Church, located at 1331 7th street, in Port Huron. The event is hosted by the Blue Water Area Churches, which is a group of 50 or more churches in the area
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