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Boat Week fever has taken the Blue Water Area by storm, but Port Huron's aquatic carnival isn't the only show in town this weekend.
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Community Enterprises of St. Clair County has received the most votes in the Make A Difference Day Gannett Foundation grant contest.
Two Fort Gratiot residents were arrested following a narcotics investigation by the St. Clair County Sheriff Drug Task Force.
Downtown Port Huron is the place to be. Talk to me: Steve From Kimball Township: "I'm sick and tired of the Times Herald printing all the support for the upcoming millage renewals on the Opinion page.
Let's get started. Talk to me: * John from Port Huron: "When this debacle about the former Art Van property started, I swore I would never, ever vote for another millage renewal for the St. Clair County Library System.
A woman with a youthful smile and an energetic teen twirled around the room Tuesday afternoon at the Senior Picnic at McMorran Place in Port Huron.
The fire that leveled a mobile home Monday afternoon in Lexington is not suspicious, according to Sanilac County Sheriff Garry Binicki.
A 56-year-old Clinton Township woman was injured in a crash in Burtchville Township Friday, according to a statement from the St. Clair County Sheriff Department.
St. Clair County residents will get about a year's respite from Enbridge Energy construction before construction on another, larger pipeline begins if a natural gas transfer company gets federal approval.
Thousands of people are expected to come to town for Boat Week, and area law enforcement is ready for them.
A 44-year-old Kimball Township man died and his wife was seriously injured following a motorcycle crash Saturday, according to a statement from the St. Clair County Sheriff Department.
Shall we get started? Talk to me: * Joan from Smiths Creek: "Here we go again.
The need for the services the tax supports -- transportation, home-delivered meals, health and fitness screenings, legal assistance and a host of other programs -- affects seniors and their families.
In late winter, I took two six-week, instructor-led, online courses on useful and interesting topics.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 03:04 pm
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