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They would like us to let the public know that their phone lines are down and expect to have them operational in a few hours.
It's a water main break in Kimball Township.  Officials say residents need to be aware the water is shut off until further notice for those east of Jarvis along Lapeer, Range and Fish roads. 
U.S. Representative Candice Miller will be taking some time to visit the Blue Water area Tuesday. The Harrison Township Republican will be making stops in Clay Township, East China Township, and the City of Marysville. Congresswoman Miller will begin her
A Lansing teenager has been charged in connection with a sex trafficking ring involving at least eight girls and one adult. According to the Lansing State Journal, 17-year old Mariah Haughton waived her right to a preliminary examination in 54A District
Macomb County Sheriff Anthony Wickersham reports that sheriff deputies conducted an investigation into a fatal car crash that occurred in Lenox Twp. on Thursday afternoon. Deputies were dispatched to Gratiot south of 29 Mile Road and, upon arriving, they
Registration opens Monday for winter classes at SC4. Students can register for classes with no down payment through November 28th. To view a list of all winter semester classes, visit sc4.edu/academics or stop into SC4's student service center.  
A five car crash temporarily closed eastbound I-69 Friday morning. According to St. Clair County Sheriff Tim Donnellon, the crash occurred in the construction zone of I-69, near I-94 at about 7:15 AM. The multi-car crash closed the single lane through th
You're invited to visit Marine City's Snug Theatre this weekend to watch a new show based on a classic movie. The show is "The 39 Steps" and is based on a classic Hitchcock movie... with a fun twist. The Snug Theatre's Kathy Vertin
A statewide initiative started in Colorado has made its way to Port Huron.  OK2SAY, a school safety hotline,  was explained Friday at Holland Woods Middle School by one of its chief proponents, Michigan Attorney General Bill Shuette.  He a
It's a word that's striking fear into the hearts of many... and that's the word EBOLA.  With multiple developments underway around the world Dr. Michael Tawney at McLaren Port Huron tells us hospital staff and health care professionals s
Deputies say two separate two vehicle mishaps occurred yesterday morning in Elk and Worth Townships. The first involved two pickup trucks that collided in the fog along M-90. The second happened with two cars colliding along Galbraith Line Road.  Mi
The trees are shedding their leaves and Port Huron residents can get them ready for pickup.  The leaf program starts Monday and City Engineer Robert Clegg tells us the schedule for leaf pickup and the two zones for the city will follow the same patte
Seasonally unadjusted unemployment rates in September were mixed and little changed in the state’s 17 major labor market regions. According to the Michigan Department of Technology, Management & Budget, Total employment and labor force levels de
Just in time for the holidays... it's the 2nd annual Blue Water Business Expo as sponsored by the Blue Water Area Chamber of Commerce.  Chamber President Thelma Castillo says the event will see a wide variety of merchandise available from local
Port Huron Police have a suspect in custody from a stabbing incident Wednesday morning.  Sgt. Dave Seghi says the incident happened about 7 a.m. along the 1600 block of Griswold near Chestnut. 
A head on crash along Lakeshore Road in Burtchville Township Wednesday morning left one person dead and three injured, according to the St. Clair County Sheriff's Office. 
Get ready to go "out of this world" on Friday at St. Clair County Community College. Dr. Andrew Feustel, NASA astronaut and Michigan native will be the featured guest at SC4's second annual Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Conferen

Two for the price of one....two for the price of one.  The echo seemed to be heard Tuesday morning at a Downtown Development Authority meeting in Port Huron.  That's where City Manager James Freed announced that the Water Street Marina development site would include two hotels and possibly two restauarants.  Double double too for Downtown Port Huron where City Flats he says
The New Year is expected to see an increase for water and sewer service for Port Huron residents.  Last night's special session for the Port Huron City Council saw the first reading for an ordinance amendment that changes the billing cycle for wa
If you're planning to cast your vote next month then the Port Huron Municipal Office Center was the place to be last night for a Legislator Candidate Forum as sponsored by the Blue Water Area Chamber of Commerce and a local newspaper.  Chamber Pr
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