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The Port Huron City Council Monday night sold the former Water Street Marina to a Rochester Hills based developer, with plans...
The Blue Water Film Festival is asking for the public's help in selecting the art work and branding for the 2013 season. ...
It's been at the Thomas Edison Inn for years but, changes there means, it needs a new home... that's the Port Huron S...
Hundreds of brave citizens showed up at Lakeside Beach in Port Huron, Saturday, for the annual Polar Bear Plunge. Enduring al...
Firefighters have seen more than their share of kitchen and careless cooking fires, and with this being Fire Prevention Week,...
The winter season is not the time for sitting around the fire in the old homestead, according to Port Huron Parks and Recreat...
The local area has seen some massive work going on, for road construction the last few years, but this summer finds relativel...
Good news for local residents who use Blue Water Area Transit buses to get back and forth from Macomb County and St. Clair Co...
It's an annual Halloween tradition, and Saturday marks the 25th year for it, as Port Huron Parks and Recreation holds a H...
The US Supreme Court has agreed to hear an off-reservation gaming dispute involving the Bay Mills Indian Community in Michiga...
State officials say dozens of transportation projects across Michigan will be paid for from extra money that lawmakers put in...
The city of Grand Rapids will be full of crowds this week checking out the 4th annual ArtPrize event going on, and you could ...
All the partners, investors and businesses behind the new Baker College Culinary Institute, the Blue Water Area Convention Ce...
Catching up on the major developments going up along the St. Clair River shoreline, such as Baker College's culinary scho...
A couple of work updates from the city of Port Huron. The Department of Public Works will be making repairs to a catch basin ...
The Birchwood Mall is doing up Christmas big time, and it all officially starts today with the arrival of Santa Claus. Birchw...
To start off 2014 the right way, a one-mile snowshoe hike/walk will take place on January 1st, from 10:00 a.m. until noon, at...
We all know about this week's Blue Water Fest and what it leads to on Saturday with the boat race, plus the big parade on...
Horse carriage rides, magic shows, the Blue Water Young Professionals Bed Races, face painting, balloon twisting, craft zones...
If you're planning a "staycation" this Independence Day weekend and looking for something new and different to ...
The Port Huron Museum has a special Christmas tree ornament for sale this season. They're made of hand-blown glass from t...
The City of Marysville presented their Annual Santa Visit & Christmas Parade Saturday afternoon. The parade started at the Vi...
Attention job seekers-- a little over 200 jobs are up for grabs as the Freighters restaurant and the Hilton Double Tree hotel...
Relive some of the artwork of 2012, with a Best of the Best Exhibit, at Studio 1219. Only gallery shows through a several dif...
Attorney General, Bill Schuette, has filed the first brief with the U.S. Supreme Court in support of Michigan’s challen...
The center court of Birchwood Mall was a flutter, Saturday, as The Butterfly House exhibit opened, welcoming the public to ex...
Unless you're from the bayou, you probably haven't experienced authentic New Orleans like the fare that's offered...
On the 1st of this month, Citizens for a Vibrant Community proudly presented 4 ceremonial rifles to the parade committee for ...
A local pastor has passed away of an apparant heart attack while on a trip to Nicaragua. Rev. David Mercer of Hillside Wesley...
Over 360 Thanksgiving meals were served up at the Salvation Army Citadel for an annual traditional meal. Major Mark Turner sa...
Sunday's weather favored the Port Huron Float Down event and according to Sheriff Tim Donnellon, no major problems were n...
There could be a quick turnaround for the Water Street Marina property, which is being reconveyed back to the city of Port Hu...
The Blue Water Film Festival is gearing up for another run. A couple weeks ago it was the unveiling of their new identity and...
The Black River Golf and Country Club goes up for bid in an auction to be conducted next month. The auction is being done by ...
Firefighters have seen more than their share of kitchen and careless cooking fires, and with this being Fire Prevention Week,...
Everybody in the water. The Port Huron Parks and Recreation Department held an open house Friday for the Court Street Pool, w...
The Michigan Department of Transportation, Federal Railroad Administration and Norfolk Southern Railway reached an agreement ...
A half dozen Port Huron cooking related fires in just a few weeks, gives new meaning to the phrase, “If you can’t...
President of St. Clair County Community College, Dr. Kevin Pollock, is in line for a new job in northern Michigan. Chair of t...
You'll be walking in a winter wonderland today and through the weekend as Grace Ministry Center presents their Reverse Ch...
If the Mackinac Bridge Labor Day Walk sounds good, but it’s just too far away for you to participate, then consider joi...
Classes will be in session soon and Labor Day is on the way, but the Port Huron Museum has a full week of events and activiti...
Progress continues on the Blue Water River Walk on Port Huron's south side, with the local Rotary Club getting in on the ...
The earth is getting moved and the foundation is being placed near the site of the former Thomas Edison Inn as several new de...
Nine "Discover the Blue" communities have been chosen for a project with the Trail Town program, and that could lea...
It's open and it's already booked... that's the new Hilton Double Tree hotel, which saw a ribbon cutting ceremony...
Pieces of art made of wood are on display at Studio 12-19 through the end of this month. The opening reception is Friday nigh...
St. Clair’s fourth annual Winter White Out was held this past weekend as Clinton Avenue was closed down and converted i...
It was a sea of green yesterday at Lynch's Irish Tavern in downtown Port Huron as the annual CelticFest kicked off, with ...
St. Clair County Parks and Recreation has a local Labor Day walk available. The Labor Day Community Walk is a free event star...
It's the road construction season, so what happened to that project announced earlier this year by the Michigan Departmen...
It was a warm day but nonetheless great day for a parade yesterday in Port Huron. The Memorial Day Parade marched through the...
Restoration work began last month on a one mile stretch of St. Clair River shoreline along Port Huron's south side that&#...
The Blue Water Area Chamber of Commerce hosts its ninth ribbon cutting of 2012. Local home-based entrepreneur Nada Dionne com...
Rolling down the river... or rather floating down the St. Clair River. That's for the Port Huron Float Down Sunday aftern...
A 17 year tradition, in Southeast Michigan, the St. Clair River Classic Offshore Boat Race, held Sunday during the St. Clair ...
It was all about the Blue Water River Walk project, yesterday, as the Community Foundation of St. Clair County held a couple ...
All roads will lead to the Blue Water Area Convention Center...or at least visitors should be able to find the facility, than...
Amtrak and the Michigan Department of Transportation are teaming up to offer a unique opportunity for bicycle devotees travel...
It's just over 10-miles long and it traverses four different water bodies, including the Black River, the Black River Can...
You'll be walking in a Christmas wonderland at McMorran Place as the Port Huron Hospital Foundation holds their 25th annu...
Recognition given Saturday morning in Port Huron Township's Bakers Field Park for the new Island Loop, Recently designate...
You gotta have art, and next month will see plenty of it along the banks of the Black River and along Quay Street in downtown...
Lots of work is being done on a portion of a 54-mile trail, that runs from Port Huron down through Algonac. A Port Huron port...
Seeing green...that was the case for anyone on the streets, or even just passing through Port Huron's downtown area, as t...
The Port Huron Museum is sponsoring a 5-K run and 2-K walk on June 1st, the same day as the "Be A Tourist in Your Own To...
The St. Clair County Sheriff's Office is still asking for the public's help in solving several home invasions that to...
Just about everyone in the local area knows about or has heard of Chef Shells catering service, and Thursday saw a ribbon cut...
While the Thomas Edison Inn may be no more in name, the developments taking place along the St. Clair River shoreline are sur...
Tuscola County Deputies were on scene, Wednesday morning, of a fuel truck hauling ethanol that crashed and burnt on Vassar Ro...
Road improvements for Goodells County Park... one of the topics to see discussion today, as the St. Clair County Board of Com...
The public's invited to come out to the just re-opened Fort Gratiot Light Station for some special holiday events this se...
It's not just around the holidays that people need to eat, so with that in mind, the Wadhams Lions Club is holding a food...
Motorists now have access to the updated highway construction map compiled by the Michigan Department of Transportation. The ...
Breakfast, lunch or dinner... it's all available in the downtown Port Huron area, and this may be the best week to try th...
Dr. Kevin A. Pollock, president of St. Clair County Community College, contributed to a newly released book published by the ...
It's over 10-miles long, it traverses four different water bodies, including the Black River, the Black River Canal, Lake...
The historic former Sperry's department store in downtown Port Huron will be developed into a high-end hotel and bistro a...
New location, same event... that was the annual Breakfast Buffett served up Monday morning at Freighters restaurant along the...
He's still there... that's Wally, the American yellow-bellied alligator, at the Cajun Gator restaurant in downtown Po...
Fireworks, a parade, the annual boat race to Mackinac Island and more... all coming up soon with the 90th running of the Port...
Grace Ministry Center is holding their annual Reverse Christmas event through the weekend, at the Factory Outlet Mall along R...
You're invited to the 4th annual St. Clair Westside Days festival going on Saturday... on the Westside of the city of St....
Art on the River is accepting vendor applications until April 28th, for inclusion into the program book. Any vendor reserving...
Make your reservations now for the new Hilton Double Tree hotel and have a meal at the new Freighters restaurant, both opened...
Need a night off from the kids? Port Huron Parks and Recreation has what you're looking for, as the Cabin Fever series is...
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