May 26, 2015
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Just in time for the summer tourism season, the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT), today, announced the Grand Opening of the new Port Huron Welcome Center. Located off westbound I-94, the Welcome Center will serve visitors heading into Michiga
Saint Clair County Commissioners met, at the Administration Building, for a regular session, Thursday night, with action items on the agenda that included St. Clair County Emergency Management requesting board consent for adoption of their department'
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Some more specifics of just what to expect this July during Mackinac boat week revealed yesterday at the second press conference of the week involving the Bayview Yacht Club.  Stages will again be set up in downtown Port Huron that will feature a va
Theme selected for International Day Parade “At the Movies” is the theme for the 2015 Rotary International Day Parade. The theme will show up on competitive floats the make up much of the parade which is set for July 15th with a step off tim
Trail Thumbs Up Wine Trail is a 275 mile long journey of vineyards, wineries, and a cider house, along the thumb region in southeast Michigan. Some of the local wineries along the trail include the Sandy Shores Winery in Jeddo; Green Barn Winery in Smiths
Michigan's struggle to maintain its population is not just about finding ways for people to move here or stay here. It's also about fertility. State Demographer Eric Guthrie told a gathering of lawmakers and economists on Friday in Lansing, that
Jesse Hahn tossed a four hit complete game for his first big league shutout, as the Oakland A's beat the Detroit Tigers 4-0 on Monday in Oakland.  It is the htird straight loss for the Tigers, who battle the A's again on Tuesday night in the second game of a three game series.
Despite striking out 11 over less than six innings, Anibal Sanchez allowed seven runs and got no decision, as the Tigers lost on Sunday 10-8 to the Houston Astros.  Miguel Cabrera had a double and a home run, while Bryan Holaday drove in three runs.  The Tigers begin a three game series in Oakland on Monday afternoon.
Ian Kinsler hit into a triple play on Saturday as the Tigers fell a run short in a 3-2 loss to the Houston Astros.  Anthony Gose drove in both runs for the Tigers, who had a three game win streak come to an end.  The final game of a four game series is set for Sunday afternoon at Comerica Park.
JD Martinez hit a three run home run and Brian McCann singled in two runs, as the Detroit Tigers beat the Houston Astros 6-2 on Friday.  The Tigers have won three in a row.  Alfredo Simon allowed no earned runs over seven innings, allowing just four hits with five strike outs, to earn the victory.  Game three of a four game set is Saturday afternoon in Detroit.
Brian McCann hit a game winning home run in the bottom of the 11th inning on Thursday to give the Tigers a 6-5 win over the Houston Astros.  Detroit blew a 5-0 lead in the late innings, but picks up its second straight win.  Nick Castellanos added a two run home run.  Game two of a four game series is Friday night at Comerica Park.
Nick Castellanos hit a three run triple in the eighth inning to break up a 2-2 tie and lift the Detroit Tigers to a 5-2 win over the Milwaukee Brewers on Wednesday night.  The win ened a three game losing streak for the Tigers.  Castellanos finished with two hits and four RBI for the Tigers, who begin a four game series with the Houston Astros on Thursday afternoon at Comerica Park.
Mike Babcock is leaving the Red Wings after ten years of service to the team.  On Wednesday Babcock was named the new head coach of the Toronto Maple Leafs, agreeing to an eight year contract worth $50 million.  Babcock leaves the Wings as the teams all time winningest coach with 458 victories, leading the team to ten straight playoff appearances and a Stanley Cup championship in
Ryan Braun, Adam Lind, and Amaris Ramirez hit consecutive home runs during a six run third inning, as the Milwaukee Brewers cruised to an 8-1 win over the Tigers on Tuesday night in Detroit.  The Tigers managed just three hits in a game, including one in the last seven innings.  The final game of a three game series is Wednesday night.
The Detroit Tigers couldn't get the big hit for a second day in a row, and lost 3-2 to the Milwaukee Brewers in the first game of a three game series at Comerica Park.  Ian Kinsler and James McCann knocked in runs for the Tigers, who host the Brewers again on Tuesday night.
Miguel Cabrera doubled home a run in the first inning, but that was all the Tigers would get on Sunday in a 2-1 loss to the Cardinals in St. Louis.  Detroit was going for a sweep in a three game series.  The Tigers return home on Monday to face Milwaukee in the start of another three game series.
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