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See which companies got part of nearly $16 million in incentives to add 1,100 jobs in Michigan
The Michigan Economic Development Corp. announced nearly $16 million in incentives for several projects that are expected to create more than 1,100 jobs.
School districts exploring blended learning classes
Travis Crawford prefers typing over writing, so doing work online will be easy for the fifth-grader. Travis and his class logged onto Moodle for the first time Tuesday at Washington Elementary School in Marysville.
Chief could lead both police, fire
A bout three months after Port Huron switched to a public safety model, Marysville is discussing a similar change.
He is the chairman of the network. For details, call 364-5066. PORT HURON TWP. - Julie Hofley will present "First Impressions: Creating an Unforgettable Entrance to Your Home," at 7 p.m. April 29 at St.
<![CDATA[* KIMBALL TWP. - Paul and Deborah D'Anna are the new owners of Fore Lakes Golf Club and Banquet Center in Kimball Township. "It will be an exciting year for us as we bring the course to championship conditions," Paul D'Anna said in a news release, "but we will ensure the course remains inviting, challenging and playable for all skill levels." Golfers will be able to check daily course conditions and book tee times up to two weeks in advance at www.forelakes.com. Golfers also can book lessons online with new pro Don Shinkai. The website also includes information about events, specials, banquet room details and menus and photos. Fore Lakes will continue to be a public course, according to the release, and annual memberships are available through May 15 at discounted prices. Fore Lakes Golf Club is at 5810 Flinchbaugh Road, Kimball Township. Call (810) 982-3673 or visit www,forelakes.com for more information. * MARYSVILLE - The Four Star Grille in Marysville has revamped and expanded its menu and changed its look and its name. "We are extremely excited to celebrate 33 years in the community and offer our customers a new menu and updated image," Larry Telegadas, co-owner of Four Star Grille, said in a release. He and Fotini Papanagiotou have owned the restaurant, formerly known as the Four Star Family Restaurant, since 1980. At 1835 Gratiot Blvd., it is open daily from 5:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. In December, Chrysler Group LLC made a pledge to United Ways in the six-county area of southeastern Michigan to give $100 for every vehicle sold in each United Way's service area. During December, Chrysler dealerships in St. Clair County sold 123 vehicles, resulting in $12,300 for the United Way of St. Clair County. "We are very appreciative of the overall support of Chrysler Corporation," said Jeff Beckett, owner of Port City Companies and 2012 camaign chairman for the United Way. "Our local Chrysler warehouse increased their employee giving campaign by 46 percent this year and have always been a leadership giving facility in our community. Their employees and management are involved in United Way as board and committee members and are a vital part of our United Way."
Artists take over downtown
Downtown Port Huron was the place to be on Friday night. It was hopping. The Blue Water Young Professionals started their second season of Art Hop, an event in which downtown businesses transform their storefronts into art galleries for the night.
Cargill plant manager to lead United Way campaign
Keith Klug, Cargill plant manager, will lead the United Way of St. Clair County 2013 campaign.
These 5 outstanding women make our community proud
Recognition is important. Although most of us don't seek it, I think we are all humbled when we receive it.