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City to resurface portion of 10th Avenue

Beginning Monday, the City of Port Huron will begin a reconstruction project on 10th Avenue between Sanborn and Holland. The top layer of asphalt on the road will be removed and replaced with a new […]

City officials provide storm damage update

Port Huron’s City Manager, Police and Fire chiefs updated the public on the damage from Wednesday’s severe storms. Fire Chief Corey Nicholson says his department responded to a handful of structure fires that afternoon and […]

Power restoration efforts continue locally

Progress is being made by DTE Energy crews in restoring electrical service to tens of thousands of area customers who lost electricity during high wind storms Wednesday night. According to the utility’s outage map, a […]

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Scoreboard roundup — 9/23/21

iStock(NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from Thursday’s sports events. MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL AMERICAN LEAGUE Chi White Sox 7, Cleveland 2 Seattle 6, Oakland 5 Cleveland 5, Chi White Sox 3 Baltimore 3, Texas […]

The Case For Believing In Michigan Football

stevecoleimages/iStock(MICHIGAN) —  Michigan football fans are not conditioned in their modern state to feel anything good. The sport so many of them live and die with has burned them too often over the past 20 […]

Scoreboard roundup — 9/22/21

iStock(NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from Wednesday’s sports events. MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL INTERLEAGUE Philadelphia 4, Baltimore 3 Final Minnesota 5, Chi Cubs 4 Boston 12, NY Mets 5 AMERICAN LEAGUE Tampa Bay 7, […]

Is It Time To Go All-In On The Raiders?

by_nicholas/iStock(LAS VEGAS) — Four years ago, the poorest owner in the NFL committed over $1.1 billion he didn’t have toward building a $1.9 billion stadium in Las Vegas, at a time when NFL policies forbid […]