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11 hrs ago | Times Herald
Today should be mostly cloudy, with a high of 69 and an 18 to 24 mph north wind.
15 hrs ago | Times Herald
Fewer than 100 people are without power near Sanborn Park in Port Huron. DTE Energy spokeswoman Randi Berris said a crew is headed to the area now.
19 hrs ago | Times Herald
A German automotive supplier is moving into one of the buildings vacated by GMA Cover Corp., bringing as many as 233 new jobs to Port Huron and St. Clair County.
22 hrs ago | Times Herald
Two people were arrested after a stabbing in Yale. Yale Police Chief Michael Redman said police were called to 13 Fourth Street in Yale at 12:13 a.m. for a reported felonious assault.
The St. Clair County Sheriff Department wants to increase its presence at special events with the help of volunteers.
Off-road vehicles could be running on-road in St. Clair County. The county board is considering regulations that would allow people to ride ORVs legally on county roads.
He is a 1 1/2-year-old domestic short-haired cat. Kaboodle is very friendly and playful.
Opposing groups of protesters carried signs and sought honks of support from passing drivers on Monday in Vassar, about 60 miles northwest of Port Huron.
Grace Stein will be a seventh grader this fall at Fort Gratiot Middle School. By the time she arrives, she hopes to have undergone a physical transformation that will help pave the way to a successful season running on the track and field team.
On Monday afternoon, youth volunteers chipped away at peeling paint at a home on Taylor Street in Port Huron.
Going to SC4 after high school 30 years ago was a culturally eye-opening experience.
Visitors take a tour of the Culinary Institute in September during the Waterfront Rebirth Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony and Celebration of Baker College of Port Huron Huron's Culinary Institute of Michigan.
The sweet smells of success will be wafting through the halls and classrooms of the Culinary Institute of Michigan this fall.
A 155mm howitzer cannon belonging to the Michigan Army National Guard fell from a Chinook helicopter flying at 700 feet Saturday.
Nancy Clark tapped her knee as she listened to the blues and jazz floating toward her lawn chair at Lincoln Park.
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Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 10:35 pm
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