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Deputy Mayor Mark Neal will rename the intersection of Jefferson Boulevard and Niles Avenue on Wednesday.
College doesn't come any cheaper than this. Participants in St. Clair County Community College's 12th annual Free College Day can discover the art of smoking meats, uncover the ancient myths that inspired modern superheroes, and even find hidden patterns in their credit cards -- all for free.
Dickie Arbiter may have spent more than a decade among royalty, but he didn't hesitate to mingle with the commoners at the Port Huron Town Hall Monday.
Participants should meet at 10 a.m. in the northwest corner of the Vantage Point parking lot, Port Huron.
This is a scam going on in our area using different banks. Be aware. Don't give any information.
It doesn't happen often, but a curse can turn out to be a blessing, and new strengths can emerge from old weaknesses.
No Name: "How many days in a row did we have below-zero weather? Or days below freezing? I heard it on TV but somebody from way out state was asking me the question and I couldn't give them the answer.
Erin Stacks, director of Back 2 the Wild Rehab in Ft. Gratiot, has rescued and released at least 35 to 40 ducks this winter.
Talk to me: * John: "A caller complained about Port Huron tax dollars spent on a tug boat to break the ice on the Black River.
At least 650 -- that's right, 650 -- screaming and squealing middle school and high school girls, and a sprinkling of moms, packed into the Port Huron Northern PAC on Friday for what seemed like the world's biggest sleepover mixed with a rock concert.
When most consider pro wrestling, they think back to the glory days. Hulk Hogan, the Ultimate Warrior, Pretty Boy Rick Flair and Hacksaw Jim Duggan were icons from years ago that still come to mind today.
No, his name is not of Irish heritage. But perhaps his actions through the years have touched the members of the Irish American Club.
Port Huron is hunting for its seventh city manager in 18 years. Now the Port Huron Area School District is looking for its sixth superintendent in 15 years.