They're one step closer to making a decision... that's the Marysville Public School District on their search for their next superintendent. Board president Kevin Palmateer says that the district will be making site visits this week to the two remaining candidates. Dr. Shawn Wightman is an elementary school principal in Roseville, and Mike Alley is the principal of St. Clair Middle
Fiber optic lines are coming to the Port Huron. The company ACD.net is installing antenna systems and will be building a fiber network to improve Internet coverage in the region, with the company's Kevin Schoen telling our Paul Miller how the project will power desktop computers, with the public also seeing improved cell phone coverage. The company provides services to businesses, and
AAA Michigan reports gasoline prices down for another week with the state average at about $3.50 which is nearly 12-cents a gallon less than last week and nearly a quarter less than this time last year. Port Huron area pumps were charging under $3.30 this morning at many locations.
Using drones for hunting was the subject of a hearing recently in Lansing. Local State Senator Phil Pavlov sponsored a bill that would ban the use of unmanned aircraft for hunting purposes in Michigan. The St. Clair Township Republican says that banning
The International Symphony Orchestra will have its first rehearsal of the 57th season tomorrow at 7:30 pm in the SC4 Fine Arts Building. Executive Director Anne Brown says additional details or to arrange an audition, those interested can call 810-984-8857. This season's theme is "Sounds Sublime".
WSAQ morning host, Chuck Santoni, has spent the last week living on the roof of the Birchwood Mall as a benefit for the St. Clair County Child Abuse and Neglect Council. The annual event has been going on for nearly two decades now, and Santoni says it draws attention and raises awareness about the plight of abused and neglected children in the local area. Santoni had been on the mall roof since
Port Huron Police say a 36-year-old city resident has been arraigned on charges of armed robbery, from the Manis Restaurant incident, this week. Devin Ellis was arraigned Wednesday. Police say, in addition to and in connection with Ellis a 39-year old Port Huron woman, BillieJo Levitt was charged with Accessory After the Fact of a Felony.
(below) BillieJo Levitt
They've served the deaf, hard of hearing and disadvantaged families in St. Clair County for several decades... that's the Quota Club International of Port Huron, making a sizeable donation to help others. The local Quota Club has donated over $57,000 this year. Some of the highlights include McMorran Place receiving a $10,000 donation for a Hearing Loop System in the auditorium
City Manager James Freed is looking at several ways to help Port Huron’s finances. In talking on the Paul Miller show, Thursday, he said incremental increases the past few years for water rates are not helping the city pay down the debt. He is hoping a 10-dollar fee on sewer and water rates will help. He says one bright spot in the financial picture for the city is the Downtown
Now it's up to the St. Clair County Library System Board of Trustees and the county's Parks and Recreation Commission... that's the question of whether to take up the offer from the county Board of Commissioners of a refund for the money committed to the purchase of the former Art Van property along Grand River. Thursday's regular county board session saw the