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Investigation into Memorial Day bicycle fatality ongoing Kevin Collins, 59, died following a crash on West Water Street May 26 Check out this story on thetimesherald.com: http://bwne.ws/1s5gJCP An investigation into the May 26 death of a bicyclist in Port Huron Township is ongoing, according to St. Clair County Prosecutor Mike Wendling. Wendling said his office is reviewing toxicology results from the driver involved in the West Water Street crash that killed Kevin Collins.
Every now and then someone falls in the river in that vicinity and the need of a life buoy is self-evident. a Sergt.
St. Clair County Dispatch log for Saturday, Sept. 13 St. Clair County Central Dispatch log for Saturday, Sept.
Resident wants to zone rentals out of her neighborhood New zoning rules would limit rental growth in Harrison Point area of Port Huron. Check out this story on thetimesherald.com: http://bwne.ws/1tXQtXh Kathleen McCready, of the Harrison Point neighborhood, talks about the rezoning plan she hopes will rid her neighborhood of the possibiliy of future renters, Sunday, Sept 15, at her home in Port Huron.
Police are searching for a white man who robbed the Rom Manis Restaurant on 10th Street in Port Huron about noon today. Tom Manis Restaurant robbed in Port Huron Police are searching for a white man who robbed the Rom Manis Restaurant on 10th Street in Port Huron about noon today.
M grad and political activist Tom Hayden is back in Ann Arbor this week, on the occasion of Hayden's archive - consisting of 120 boxes of personal documents, photographs, recordings and government files - becoming available to faculty members and students on Thursday, September 18, as part of the U-M Library's Joseph A. Labadie Collection. Hayden will give a free talk , called "A Call to Battle Against the Climate Crisis," on Monday, September 15 at 7 p.m. at the downtown library, 343 S. Fifth Ave. in Ann Arbor.
Path becomes instant smash As soon as the route was paved, Green Oak residents started walking and biking the 3-mile path. Check out this story on livingstondaily.com: http://www.livingstondaily.com/story/news/local/community/green-oak-township/2014/09/14/path-becomes-instant-smash/15649803/ Jim Fackert walks on the new asphalt path that has become an instant hit with Green Oak Township residents.
Club News Clubs and other organizations in the Blue Water Area Check out this story on thetimesherald.com: http://bwne.ws/1tToXu0 The Read for Life literacy program is looking for volunteers to help tutor students. The program, sponsored by St. Martin Lutheran Church, helps tutor first and second grade students who need help with reading.
WSAQ morning show host, Chuck Santoni, gets hoisted up to the roof by the Fort Gratiot Fire Department, Sun, Sept 14, during the annual Walk for Kids' Sake and Roof Sit atop the Birchwood Mall. Walk for Kids' Sake and Roofsit WSAQ morning show host, Chuck Santoni, gets hoisted up to the roof by the Fort Gratiot Fire Department, Sun, Sept 14, during the annual Walk for Kids' Sake and Roof Sit atop the Birchwood Mall.
This is the last passenger trip made this season by the Lakeland. a E.W. Kiefer, president of the Port Huron Sulphite and Paper Co.
Lapeer Road construction causing problems Crews are working on water main repairs and new road surface Check out this story on thetimesherald.com: http://bwne.ws/1s01Cuj A $3 million project to improve Lapeer Road in both Kimball and Port Huron Township is adding to the motoring headaches west of Port Huron. Officials say the project is a necessary inconvenience and work will wrap for the year in November.
Driver, passenger arraigned after Monday chase Chase started on I-94 in Port Huron Twp., ended at Gordon and 13th streets in Port Huron Check out this story on thetimesherald.com: http://bwne.ws/1tBXRax DeShawn McCoy, 22, and Joseph McGough, 20, were arraigned Wednesday, according to a statement from the St. Clair County Sheriff Department. The two Port Huron men were arrested after a chase that started on Interstate 94, west of Water Street, and ended at the intersection of Gordon and 13th streets.
Authorities continue search for person of interest in homeless man's death Mark David Ivers was named a person of interest in a Port Huron Twp. death investigation Check out this story on thetimesherald.com: http://bwne.ws/1rYdLjv The St. Clair County Sheriff Department still is asking for help locating a 50-year-old homeless man who was named a person of interest in the death of a man found behind the Port Huron Township Kroger Aug. 23. Delmas Hunley, 53, was found dead behind the store on 24th street.
A Service of Remembrance honoring firefighters, police officers and EMTs who died in the terror attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, is set for 9 a.m. this morning.
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 03:48 pm
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