The announcement was finally made Thursday concerning the future plans of the historic Marysville Power Plant. DTE Energy says it is in the process of selling it to a St. Louis based developing company known for changing industrial and commercial land into a variety of usses. Commercial Development Company has demonstrated a long track record of successfully preparing such areas for
Two Port Huron suspects are at the St. Clair County Jail, following a drug bust this week, by the St. Clair County Drug Task Force. The incident happened Tuesday night, along the 800-block of Elmwood, in Port Huron. Officers seized $200-dollars worth of cocaine, $250-dollars worth of marijuana, crack cocaine, $470-dollars in cash, cell phones, drug paraphernalia and one vehicle.
Full federal funding for the Great Lakes Navigation System and, in particular, the Soo Asset Renewal program... that's what's being requested as Michigan Congresswoman, Candice Miller, calls for funding of the item in the President's budget for Fiscal Year 2015. Miller says, providing the right mix of funding and support for the Great Lakes Navigation System is vital to
You might soon see an additional name on the walls of Port Huron Hospital....McLaren Health Care. The two have signed a letter of intent for Port Huron Hospital to become a part of the McLaren system....it would be the 12th hospital to do so for the Flint based health network. The announcement was made formal this week. Port Huron Hospitals President and CEO, Tom Defauw says
The St. Clair County Drug Task Force says four people were taken into custody Monday night following a drug bust in Port Huron. Search warrants were served on a residence along the 15-hundred block of 9th Street with officers seizing crack cocaine, heroin, marijuana, and other drug materials. Arrested were a 30-year-old Detroit woman, a 50-year-old Port Huron man, a
State health officials are urging Michiganders to get a flu shot, especially since the state's vaccination rate was no better than 42nd in the nation last year. 40.8 percent of Michigan’s residents were vaccinated against the flu during the last season. This was below the national flu vaccination coverage of 45 percent. Lower numbers were seen in every age group.
Time to celebrate the holidays at McMorran. This Friday sees Karen Newman in concert, as a benefit for the St. Clair County Community College Friends of the Arts organization. The show will also feature a performance by SC4 President Dr. Kevin Pollock, with him performing on acoustic guitar with vocals. He spoke with our Paul Miller this week. The SC4 Friends of the Arts group
A couple of historic events on this date in Port Huron history. It was December 11th, 1971 that a tunnel explosion claimed over 20-lives in a Detroit water plant line that stretched six miles under Lake Huron. The tragedy happened mid-afternoon and is considered Michigan's most deadly industrial accident. It was also on this date 13-years ago when Port Huron and much
There's an alligator in Port Huron. It's an American yellow-bellied gator and you have probably heard of it. Wally is housed at the soon-to-be-opening Cajun Gator restaurant, at 321 Huron in downtown Port Huron, the site of the former Huron Athletic Club. Last night's Port Huron City Council session saw an ordinance amended to allow for the housing of the gator at
The Port Huron City council Monday night gave final readings and enactment to some blight enforcement ordinances and gave first readings to amendments dealing with rental units and the proliferation of any new residential rentals. The blight and rental items stem from the city's Housing Summit, in the quest to deal with the proliferation of any new residential rentals and tougher