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Cottrellville man bears burden from Marine City to Algonac
Tom Babcock was hoping for a willing Simon of Cyrene to help, but he was prepared to carry a 75-pound cross the eight miles from Holy Cross Catholic Church in Marine City to St. Catherine's Catholic Church in Algonac himself if need be.
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Thu Apr 17, 2014
Blue Water Memories
The fire department was badly handicapped in fighting the fire owing to the location of the barn and its flammable contents.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
No fireworks, carnival for Maritime Days
With little money and few volunteers, this year's Maritime Days festival will be smaller than years past.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
2,000 without power in St. Clair County
About 2,000 DTE Energy customers in St. Clair County remain without power today, according to DTE Energy spokesman Scott Simons.
Power outages remain in Blue Water Area
As of about 4 p.m, about 3,500 DTE Energy customers in St. Clair County and 5,000 in Sanilac County do not have power, according to Alejandro Bodipo-Memba, DTE Energy spokesman.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Spring cleaning starts with yard waste pickup
Gloria Davis, of Port Huron, was ready to uncover her already-sprouting daffodils and tulips on Wednesday.
UPDATED: Firefighters responding to St. Clair Twp. house fire
The cause of a house fire in St. Clair Township is under investigation. Firefighters responding to a report of a house fire on Davis Road in St. Clair Township.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Town's 9 stores offer ages of treasures
Though residents don't realize it, there are at least nine time capsules in Marine City.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
'X-Factor's' Jeff Gutt coming to Masonic Temple in May
Third season 'X Factor' runner-up Jeff Gutt will perform at Detroit's Masonic Temple May 3, venue officials have announced.
Crews respond to St. Clair mobile home fire
Rescue crews responded to a mobile home fire at 2695 Cour Franc St. about 1:50 p.m. Wednesday.
Mon Mar 31, 2014
Sheriff department cuts DARE program funding
The St. Clair County Sheriff Department is eliminating its DARE program. The substance-abuse prevention program taught to elementary school students is ending because of a lack of funding, said Deputy Steve Campau, the department's public information officer.
Crews respond to Lapeer Avenue crash
The westbound lanes of Lapeer Avenue at 20th Street are closed while rescue crews work to clear a traffic crash.
Fri Mar 28, 2014
Soccer roundup: Mariners open MAC Gold play with a 3-0 win
Marine City held Warren Woods-Tower without a shot Friday night as it picked up a 3-0 win in its Macomb Area Conference Gold Division opener.
Blue Water Area Transit has completed a project that brings "24/7" compressed natural gas access to St. Clair County, Mich., at three new stations in Capac, Marine City, and Port Huron.
Wed Mar 26, 2014
Farce Proves Foreign Relations Are Funny After All
"The Foreigner" is a mad little comedy from the fertile imagination of Larry Shue, whose all-to-short career was ended by a commuter plane crash.
Tue Mar 25, 2014
State offers new rules for poker rooms
Groups that raise money through poker nights and charitable gaming were hoping the board that regulates such activities was about to fold its hand, but now it appears the Michigan Gaming Control Board is about to double down with more rules.
Mon Mar 24, 2014
Blue Water Memories
* The virtual absence of ice in St. Clair River and connecting waters between Port Huron and Detroit today heralded an early opening of the 1944 shipping season.
Fri Mar 21, 2014
Three-hospital alliance to change health care business
FROM MARINE CITY AIRPORT, I'M GUY GORDON, LOCAL 4. Steve: THEY WERE LUCKY! Steve: HEALTH CARE IS CHANGING, A NEW ALLIANCE WOULD PUT UP BEAUMONT, BOTSFORD, AND OAKWOOD HOSPITALS INTO ONE GROUP.
Pilot, three children unhurt in scary plane crash
ENTIRETY ON OUR WEBSITE, CLICKONDETROIT.COM. Steve: I THINK WHEN YOU WATCH THE VIDEO, YOU'LL SAY, I CAN'T BELIEVE NOBODY GOT HURT.
No injuries in plane crash
A plane has crashed at the Marine City airport, according to scanner traffic. Penny Faucher, the airport office manager, said four people were inside the Cessna 172.