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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
Board of Education members for the Port Huron Area School District Monday evening recieved their auditor report for the Fiscal Year that ended June 30th. Although showing continued declines in many accounts the district's much used fund balance showed steady improvements for the past few years
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
Good news for motorists this week as the prices at the gas pumps are holding steady, with no real increases on the horizon.  AAA-Michigan says this week's statewide average is about $3.13 per gallon, the same as last week.  The price is also about 35 cents less than this same time last year. Local prices were just over $3.00 a gallon.
The state's new public health director is reassuring residents that it is not a forgone conclusion that Michigan will eventually deal with a case of the Ebola virus here. One person is being monitored in Oakland County but director of the Department
The Port Huron Department of Public Safety will begin distributing smoke detectors today to residents who need them. The fire department received 130 smoke detectors from a recent collection program that was sponsored by the Detroit Red Wings and team ca
It's another road closure for drivers to steer clear of starting today.  The St. Clair County Road Commission is closing Lapeer Road this week as part of the ongoing rehabilitation project. The closure is from Range Road to Allen, with this port
Archery hunters have been in the woods for a couple of weeks, and firearms season is now less than a month away, but state natural resources officials predict hunting prospects for deer should equal last year despite a rough winter last year. Brent Rudol
Michigan's Mackinac Bridge license plate, once voted the "world's best", has undergone some changes by the Secretary of State. The change is a result of complaints from the St. Clair Shores police department who were having a difficult t
The Sanilac County Sheriff's Office says a suspect in the homicide of 35-year-old Billy Chernow Jr. of McGregor has been found deceased.  Sheriff's Investigators found a 40-year-old Deckerville man dead in his home from an apparent self-infli
Port Huron's Community Dental Clinic is now the Lonnie J. Stevens Community Dental Clinic.  Friday saw a renaming for the facility along Electric Avenue, with Stevens, who's the former Director of the United Way of St. Clair County, on hand f
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