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1 min ago | Times Herald
This isn't new Port Huron City Manager James Freed's first Boat Week -- but it is the first time he's been to the celebration in 15 years.
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4 hrs ago | Times Herald
Boat Week fever has taken the Blue Water Area by storm, but Port Huron's aquatic carnival isn't the only show in town this weekend.
6 hrs ago | Times Herald
Community Enterprises of St. Clair County has received the most votes in the Make A Difference Day Gannett Foundation grant contest.
Rose Sweet has been going to the Rotary International Day Parade for about 50 years.
Downtown Port Huron is the place to be. Talk to me: Steve From Kimball Township: "I'm sick and tired of the Times Herald printing all the support for the upcoming millage renewals on the Opinion page.
Few people will be working as hard during Boat Week as Harbormaster Mike Davenport and his crew at the River Street Marina.
In one of the fastest Mackinac Races ever, boats from the Blue Water Area fared well a year ago, winning eight pennants, including three first-place awards.
There won't be a shortage of boats and music at Blue Water Fest this year. About 40 different musical acts will take one of four stages during Friday and Saturday of the annual event.
For more than three decades, the Mackinac Race could always count on one sight -- seeing Rich Huneke race his way from Port Huron to Mackinac Island.
A woman with a youthful smile and an energetic teen twirled around the room Tuesday afternoon at the Senior Picnic at McMorran Place in Port Huron.
Four local nonprofits are looking for your vote to make a difference. Blue Water Safe Horizons, Community Enterprises of St. Clair County, Port Huron Museum and We Heart This City have submitted videos outlining how they'd spend a $5,000 grant from the Gannett Foundation and the Times Herald.
The rain is making it tough to get around so be careful! Steady, light rain through the early afternoon will give way to lighter and more scattered through the later afternoon.
Jobs are being created by the construction of a water pipeline from Lake Huron to Flint.
Thousands of people are expected to come to town for Boat Week, and area law enforcement is ready for them.
BECAUSE WOW, WHAT A NIGHT, ESPECIALLY IN THE WESTERN SIDE OF THE STATE AND KIND OF TRACKING THINGS FOR WHAT THAT MEANS FOR US HERE IN THE METRO DETROIT AREA.
As we strive to improve Michigan's economy, we cannot continue to overlook the challenges facing infants and mothers in our cities.
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Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 06:39 pm
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