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16 min ago | Times Herald
EAST CHINA TWP. - Bernice Boughner will speak on the topic "Free Plants, Our Favorite," at 7 p.m. Thursday in the township hall, 5111 River Road.
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4 hrs ago | Times Herald
Talk to me: * Steve from Port Huron: "I have another idea for the train bridge.
8 hrs ago | Times Herald
Special meetings have been scheduled to determine who will be Port Huron's next city manager.
9 hrs ago | MLive.com
From 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. Sunday, law enforcement are shutting down the Detroit-Windsor Tunnel in order to perform drills.
Three Republican state representatives face challenges from Democrats in the November general election.
The days of dancing in Pine Grove Park or performing outside the St. Clair County Courthouse are in the past for Tommy Woodard, but Port Huron's "Spoonman" continues to entertain -- in a different venue.
Port Huron High School Principal Ben Brock said a message on social media directed at the school has been dealt with.
More than 30 businesses are expected to be at the St. Clair County Community College Career Fair from noon to 3 p.m. today in the college center.
Participants should meet at 1:30 p.m. in the northwest corner of the Vantage Point parking lot, Port Huron.
Catrina Enright sat in Circuit Court Judge Michael West's courtroom Tuesday with the face of her dead cousin emblazoned on her shirt.
Paint marks now pepper the sidewalks surrounding the intersection of Water and Military streets in Port Huron as crews began early stages of work in the area today.
Two firefighters were taken to Port Huron Hospital after falling off a ladder while fighting a blaze in Wales Township.
The Times Herald of Port Huron reports cutting lifeguards will reduce an about $200,000 city deficit by about $30,000.
There's one solution, it's clear. A multi-level parking garage. It's got to be!" * Linda from Port Huron: "The parking lot on southwest Quay Street and McMorran's south lot have not been full since the Town Hall Series."
One veteran port official calls the backlog of freighters unprecedented. Mike Simonson reports.