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Over $13-million dollars in investment and over 200 jobs for the Port Huron area... that's with a German automotive company that's laying down roots in Port Huron's industrial park.  The Eissmann Group Automotive company has selected Port Huron and the former GMA Cover Corporation building, for their newest facility for North American expansion, with Dan Casey at the
 
New name, same place... that's the former Port Huron Hospital, with signage installed Wednesday, to signal a new start for the facility.  President and CEO, at McLaren Port Huron, Tom DeFauw tells our Bill Gilmer next year is expected to see construction started on a new cancer center and a new inpatient tower, once plans are finalized. DeFauw says joining McLaren Health Care
 
Free music concerts from nationally-known headlining entertainers, a family fun zone, a carnival and more... and it all starts today in downtown St. Clair with the 20th annual St. Clair Riverfest.  Organizer Kevin Cassidy tells us the carnival starts Thursday, complete with a midway.  There's also an inflatable or two for the kids, zip lining, a beer tent for adults and

The state's largest retailers organization has released a study saying that, in 2015, Michigan would gain more than 74-thousand additional jobs and nine billion dollars in additional economic activity, if Michigan consumers bought from Michigan retailers instead of over the internet or through the mail, otherwise known as "remote" sellers. The Michigan Retailers Association study
 
Tuesday was the filing deadline for those seeking a seat, in the fall, for the St. Clair County Community College Board of Trustees and the Port Huron Area School District Board of Education. Tuesday's filing deadline for local boards saw John Adair and Nicholas DeGrazia seeking to keep their seats, in November at the St. Clair County Community College, with no one filing to
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Port Huron Township was the scene Tuesday for a standoff between St. Clair County Sheriff Deputies and a suspect in a criminal sexual conduct case that ended peacefully.  Sheriff Tim Donnellon says the suspect, a 28-year old man from Port Huron Township, went into a vacant home along the 25-hundred block of Michigan Road in the morning.  Then, shortly after 8:00 a.m., deputies
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It was a ribbon cutting ceremony, Tuesday, for the just completed Shea Road project in Ira and Cottrellville Townships.  The project began in late May and Kirk Weston at the St. Clair County Road Commission says the work was much needed. Work included overlaying asphalt, restoring the aggregate shoulders, a cross road culvert replacement at McKinley, and some new pavement
 
Mussey Township will see the Capac Road Bridge over Belle River rehabilitated, with the project set to begin on Monday.  The work will include removing the entire bridge deck and portions of the foundation of the Capac Road Bridge.  The bridge foundation will then be rehabilitated and the bridge deck reconstructed.  The bridge approach roadway will be reconstructed as well.
 
It's a big blast of summer this week, at the Goodells County Park with the annual St. Clair County 4-H and Youth Fair.  The event features animal auctions, carnival rides and lots of other attractions, with local resident Don Walker telling us he became involved with the fair through his kids, who are participants in the poultry competitions. Other events happening at the fair
 
The United Way of St. Clair County will be saying goodbye soon to Executive Director Lonnie Stevens.  She's announced her retirement is to be effective August 1st, with her telling us that while this will mark the second time she's left the organization, this one is for retirement….she had left earlier for another job opportunity. Stevens has served the local United
 
Since the launch of the first Kids Count Data book 25 years ago, Michigan has improved in child and teen death rate and teen pregnancies, but continues to struggle in overall child well being, ranking 32 in the nation. Gilda Jacobs of the Michigan League for Public Policy, a Kids Count partner, says Michigan's overall ranking puts it in the bottom half of the country, and it is not
Propery now owned by Casey's Pizza adjacent to the Huron Avenue eatery's parking lot taken down Monday.  The building, at Michigan and Beers served as a law office for many years.
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