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State Representative Dan Lauwers
Film Tax Credit in Michigan back on the hot seat   There's an effort underway at the state Capitol to kill the so-called Hollywood film tax credit of $50 million. A spokesperson for the Michigan Chamber of Commerce told the House Tax Policy Commi
St. Clair County Board of Commissioners
  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
Senator Phil Pavlov
Gun board permit system bills headed back to state Senate   The measure transfers most county gun board tasks to local county clerks and the State Police. Senator Phil Pavlov introduced the bill but minor House changes send it back to the upper chamb
  The Michigan Senate passed legislation Wednesday that would expand the Michigan New Jobs Training Program (MNJTP), a statewide initiative established in 2008 to promote job growth and provide skilled training to workers through local community coll
Last week for no late fee dog license   A courtesy reminder to all dog owners, don’t forget this is the last week to license your canine before the late fees kick in. The Sheriff’s Animal Control Office will be open Wednesday and Thursday
Powers prepares for a reopening   Originally built in the 1930s and then reconstructed in 2003, the Powers Diner has sat empty for a few years now, after long-time owners closed it's doors in 2011. Missed by many local regulars, and visitors alik
  A half dozen arrested Monday night in the latest bust reported by the St. Clair County Drug Task Force.  Four of the group were from Port Huron and all were lodged in the St. Clair County Jail.  Involved in the 500 block of 15th Street bu
Mirror writing scare at Holland Woods investigated   Port Huron Police yesterday afternoon investigated a threat that was written on a bathroom mirror at the Holland Woods Middle School.  Authorities decided to not evacuate the school since ther
  Voters in the Bond issue approved in the Sandusky district system passed a bond issue yesterday.  The election saw over 800 head to the ballot box with 502 saying yes and 355 voting no.  The 4½ million dollar bond will provide fund
Lieutenant Joel Wood
Benefit set for a police officer who needs to pay medical costs   A benefit taking place downtown, this Saturday, for a 23 year veteran of the Port Huron Police Department. Featuring beer and wine selections from Andy Bakko of Wolverine Market and ap
House vote next step for gun board removal   Déjà vu for a pair of bills designed to eliminate gun boards in Michigan and make it more a more prompt process for permitting while reducing the application and licensing fee. The new legisl
Pictured: Jermaine Jormel Havard
A police chase ensued, February 22nd, after Macomb Sheriff Deputies were dispatched to Harrison Township for a suspected auto theft in progress, involving a Dodge Avenger and stolen Chevy Trailblazer. The Avenger pulled over while the driver of the Trail
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