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The Republican-controlled Michigan House Tuesday afternoon voted 75-to-32 to concur on the Senate approved expansion of Medic...
Improving customer service at Secretary of State offices, new policies that have seen an increase in the number of people joi...
Unofficial vote tallies from the elections held Tuesday inSaint Clair County show incumbents and millage renewals getting a l...
Governor Rick Snyder leaves today on a 10-day investment mission to China and Japan. The Governor's first stop will be in...
There is a change in command at the Salvation Army's Port Huron citadel. Three years after arriving in Port Huron, Majors...
One of the Top Five state law ideas, from the over 50 entries submitted in a legislative contest held earlier this year by lo...
Despite statistics that Michigan's population has started to come back, an online political website says Michigan is like...
Over angry and noisy protests from labor groups gathering at the Capitol Thursday, the Michigan House of Representatives appr...
The Michigan Senate has adjourned for its summer break without approving an expansion of Medicaid. The proposal is in connect...
A pair of Republican heavyweights are pushing the state Senate to pass right to work legislation before the end of the year, ...
The November election will see local municipal candidates vying for various seats and positions, with a filing deadline to ru...
Local State Rep. Dan Lauwers, of Brockway Township, has picked his Top Five state law ideas, from the over 50 entries, that w...
The Republican presidential ticket is showing signs that they are not conceding Michigan to President Obama, as had been spec...
The Michigan Senate has approved a bill that would deny jobless benefits for those who either refused to take a drug test, or...
His powers are limited due to the presence of state-appointed emergency manager Kevyn Orr, but Mike Duggan has become the fir...
Governor Rick Snyder gave his fourth State of the State address, Thursday night, and several local officials were in attendan...
Some good state economic news coming from local State Senator Phil Pavlov Friday morning during a roundtable discussion as sp...
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 ...
You've only got a few days left to submit your ideas for a new state law in a contest sponsored by State Rep. Dan Lauwers...
Michigan is one of 20 states that has started a symbolic petition on the White House website to secede from the union followi...
2013 will see election of just a few members of the Port Huron City Council, as well as voters deciding on who gets to be May...
A celebration was held, Monday evening at St. Clair County Community College, for the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Juni...
A St. Clair County Sheriff's Office Deputy has retired. Sheriff Tim Donnellon says Deputy Tim O'Boyle began his caree...
U.S. House Speaker John Boehner has appointed our own representative, Candice Miller to be the chair of the Committee on Hous...
A counter proposal to a proposed minimum wage increase has surfaced in the Michigan Legislature. State Senate Republican Rick...
The race for a couple of seats on the St. Clair County Board of Commissioners is on. Tuesday's filing deadline saw some c...
For the first time in years, neither candidate for President visited Michigan last month….and it appears that may hold...
Lt. Governor Brian Calley visited Port Huron and Lexington Friday afternoon. He met with local Republican leaders at Casey...
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