It's the latest viral video sensation, and it's also for a good cause... that's the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, which is now quite literally soaking the nation as it raises awareness and money for the ALS Association, the non-profit organization that's fighting Lou Gehrig's Disease. The challenge involves people getting doused with buckets of ice water on video and
The body of a woman from Canada was recovered early Friday morning after she apparently jumped, Thursday night, off of the Blue Water Bridge. It was at least the third such case reported this year and happened about 10:00 p.m., last night. The body was found in the Saint Clair River near the Port Huron and Marysville border. She was identified as a 44-year-old Sarnia
The St. Clair County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management is reminding residents that a special local outdoor siren test is scheduled for Tuesday, September 2nd. The 12:30 p.m. test will replace the scheduled monthly test that would have happened on Monday September 1st, which is the Labor Day Holiday. The local tests are conducted monthly to ensure that the
One suspect is dead and another is still at large, after an attempted robbery and fatal shooting outside a bank at 16-Mile and Gratiot. It happened Thursday afternoon, at a Bank of America branch in Macomb County's Clinton Township. F.B.I. and local authorities are continuing their investigations into the theft.
The Port Huron Planning Commission next week will take up a proposal about a student building to be used by those attending the Baker College of Port Huron culinary institute, with plans for it to be built along St. Clair Street. Site plans have been submitted for approval and a public hearing on the item will be held during the Planning Commission's meeting on Tuesday.
The death of a homeless man, who's body was found Saturday behind the Kroger store in Port Huron Township, has been deemed suspicious, with the St. Clair County Sheriff's Office asking for the public's help as they look for a Person of Interest in the case. Sheriff Tim Donnellon says they're trying to locate 50-year old Mark David Ivers, who's believed to be
A burglary in Columbus Township, earlier this month, has the St. Clair County Sheriff's Office seeking the public's help in the case. The incident happened Wednesday, August 20th about 5:00 a.m., at the Treeside Market, at 8792 Gratiot Avenue, with alcohol and cigarettes taken. The suspect is described as a white male, who was wearing all black clothing and a
If you're between the ages of 14 to 30 St. Clair County Community College is offering you a free Art Night. High school and college students and community members are invited to attend up to four different 90-minute art workshops on September 19th. Space is limited and registration is required. To register, call 989-5709.
CONVENTION CENTER ON TIME AND WITHIN BUDGET
The Blue Water Area Convention Center is going up, with plans for it to be open and running early next year and there's a new management team operating both McMorran Place and the convention center. St. Clair County Administrator Bill Kauffman says the SMG group is already making plans for both facilities. He says the SMG team
With the former Port Huron Hospital now McLaren Port Huron, they're looking to engage the public about how joining a large health care system will help them care for the local community, with expanded services planned and investments for facility upgrades. Chief Medical Officer Michael Tawney says a Lunch with the Doctor seminar is set for next month. Doctor Tawney says the seminar