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An estimated 1,800 DTE Energy customers are without power in the Port Huron area, near Marysville, according to Erica Donerson, spokeswoman for DTE Energy.
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Now that the streets are pretty well cleaned off and the sidewalks should be cleaned off, a number of people within the city of Port Huron are still walking on the roads instead of walking on the sidewalks.
Elizabeth Cornell was smiling when she stumbled from the icy water in Marine City Sunday.
The scale is a liar. Many people are driven stark-raving mad by lack of weight loss or by wild fluctuations in their daily or weekly weigh-ins.
The old Pere Marquette Railroad Bridge rests in its upright position at the edge of the Black River in downtown Port Huron, across from Sarnia, Canada.
* CULLIMORE, Kevin G. and CATES, Christina M., both of Port Huron. * STOCKWELL, Joseph J. and CANTRELL, Nicole A., both of Port Huron.
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More school districts are starting to gauge the feasibility of offering year-round instruction -- which would put students in classrooms during July and August instead of on the beach.
Port Huron Public Safety Director Michael Reaves had his morning coffee Friday at the Great Lakes Maritime Center.
SEMCO Energy and Port Huron firefighters investigate the scene of a gas leak at 16th and Carleton streets in Port Huron.
March 14, 2014 -- Beginning 6 p.m. Friday, March 14, weight restrictions will be imposed and enforced on all state trunkline highways from the state line with Indiana and Ohio north to and including the entire stretch of I-96 at Grand Haven, east to and including I-69 from Lansing to Port Huron.
Every month we connect you with South Bend's mayor on 16 Morning News; but as you know, Mayor Pete Buttigieg is being deployed to Afghanistan.
What do St. Patrick's Day, spring break and the NCAA men's and women's basketball tournaments all have in common? According to the Michigan State Police, both alcohol and a lack of seat belt usage plays a major role in fatal and serious crashes in March and early April.
St. Clair County and municipalities are getting $920,328 from $215 million in emergency road funding the state Legislature approved Wednesday.
Three restaurants are finding themselves in Lexington. The Celtic Ray pub and restaurant, originally planned for Port Huron in 2006; The Windjammer, closed since the 1980s; and Sweetwater Gourmet Deli and Bakery, which will be in the same location and similar tradition as Smackwater Jack's Bistro and Deli, have found homes in downtown Lexington.