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Holland-based City Flats Hotel is developing not one but two properties in downtown Port Huron, with one being the previously announced redevelopment of the historic Sperry's building and the other the former Michigan National Bank building on the co
The City of Port Huron's department of Public Works will be conduction bi-yearly bridge inspections on the 7th and 10th Street bridges over the Black River. The 10th Street bridge will be closed Monday from 8am to 5pm and the 7th Street bridge will be closed Tuesday from 8am to 5pm. The closing is only temporary and will re-open the following day.
Another structure fire in Kimball Township overnight.  This one severely injured a resident of the home when, apparently, a fireplace fire got out of control.  The house, in the 1800 Block of Burns Road, was engulfed in flames by the time firef
The city of Port Huron is making strides in the fight against crime.  But even with crimes decreasing, Director of Public Safety Michael Reaves says there's still a drug problem going on in the neighborhoods. Reaves says overall the incidents of
Michigan Historical Marker in Kalamazoo, MI
The Michigan Historical Commission has approved six new historic markers including the meeting place in the Lakeport area where the 1962 Port Huron Statement was crafted.  Also approved a marker placement at Gagetown, a historical village in Tuscola
Looking ahead to 2015: local road improvements   2015 is gearing up to be another major construction season for the local area.  The Michigan Department of Transportation will continue the rebuild of the I-94 and I-69 interchange and the St. Cla
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources says the 2014 elk hunt was a success. Hunters harvested 78 elk during this year's elk hunting season. Each killed elk was inspected by DNR staff. Two seasons were held this year but a January hunt will not
Chief Michael Reaves, director of Public Safety for the City of Port Huron, was a member of the Missing Children Seminar for Chief Executives held just outside of Washington DC, joining law enforcement executives from across the country to learn how to s
The Port Huron Department of Public Works will be performing the bi-yearly federally mandated bridge inspections next week. The 10th Street Bridge will be closed to vehicular traffic on Monday, Dec. 22 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.  Also, on Tuesday, Dec
A new study of Michigan drivers finds 8.4% are talking, texting, or using a hands-free device. The Michigan Office of Highway Safety Planning notes the numbers are nearly identical to the last survey done in 2010. Last year, 682 Michigan drivers involved
The Michigan House has given final legislative approval to a new effort to curb cyber bullying among young people. The measure requires K-12 school districts and charter schools to include cyber bullying in their existing bullying policies and report bul
Mt Clemens robbery suspect
A Detroit man who previously served time behind bars for armed robbery has been arrested in connection with an incident of imprisonment and robbery in Mount Clemens.  The Macomb County Sheriff's Office says 40 year old Lujuan McCants is charged w
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