The rebuild for the I-94 and I-69 interchange continues in Port Huron Township, with some steel beam and bridge work set for this week and through next month that will see portions closed during evenings and overnight hours. Diane Cross at the Michigan Department of Transportation tells us the work starts Wednesday night. More overnight closures are on the way after Labor Day, with
The search resumed Monday morning, for a 19-year old Fenton man reported missing Sunday afternoon, from the Port Huron Floatdown, but the St. Clair County Sheriff's Office says he has not been found. Officials say, Brady Morton was part of a large group that was participating in the float down, but went missing somewhere along the route and the incident was reported to
Authorities were searching a St. Clair County home Monday, as part of the investigation into the murder of a 14-year old girl who was found dead in the Macomb County village of Armada last month. Michigan State Police Lieutenant Mike Shaw would only confirm that a search warrant was being executed at the house in Goodells, Monday, in connection with the investigation. Reports said the
It was in Algonac Monday and Wednesday it's in Port Huron... that's the big annual Back to School Backpack Giveaway as organized by the Women's Initiative of the Community Foundation of St. Clair County. Just in time for the start of a new school year, thousands of backpacks filled with school supplies will be given to elementary and middle school children of lower
Photo courtesy: James Freed
Just in time for the tail end of summer... it's a new kayak launch ramp at the 7th Street Bridge in Port Huron. Tim Hickey is the city's Parks and Forestry Supervisor, and he says the money for the purchase and installation was raised primarily through donations. Other contributions came from Domtar, Cargill Salt and Enbridge also. Hickey says, the aluminum ramp
August is National Immunization Awareness Month, and while vaccines are important for people of all ages, they're vital for students about to return to their classrooms. Margaret Sturgis at the St. Clair County Health Department says from pre-school to college vaccines are necessary. Booster shots she says are often forgotten about during middle school years. Sturgis says
Governor Rick Snyder declared Wayne, Oakland and Macomb Counties as disaster areas as a result of the floods.
At weeks end Oakland and Wayne County's combined damage estimates sat around 640-million dollars, but Wayne County did not include the city of Detroit yet. Macomb County is expected to have their numbers in early this week.
Goodells County Park will be the place to be on Labor Day for music, art, a chili cook-off and more. It's the 5th annual BlueChiliGrass Festival Chili Cook-off as sponsored by the Lake Bonisteel Music Association, with organizer Sue Wilson telling us the event this time around will see even more live music. She says three stages are expected to be set up. As for the chili competition,
The Wertz Warriors Golf Outing to benefit Special Olympics Michigan will be held Friday at Fore Lakes Golf Club in Kimball Township. The four person scramble begins at 7am with coffee and donuts. Tee-time is at 8am and will be a shotgun start. Participants will also be treated to grilled hot dogs at the turn and dinner and prizes following golf. Entry fee is
Helping the local workforce get the training it needs to get a job... that's St. Clair County College, with the Board of Trustees Thursday approving an agreement with the Michigan New Jobs Training program during their regular meeting. Board Chair Dr. Nicholas DeGrazia says the college has invested hundred of thousands of dollars into the program. he program helps train students