Up to a half foot of snow possible as another winter storm hit the Port Huron area Wednesday morning. The storm closed a dozen local schools including Port Huron, Marysville, Capac, Yale, East China, Algonac, and the Croswell Lexington school districts. A rare complete closing of the St. Clair County Community College also reported. Several agencies were closed down too because of the snow
Elections have consequences, as the saying goes, and with the millage request from the St. Clair County Regional Educational Service Agency having been rejected by voters last month, now come the consequences about cuts to the programs at the Technical Education Center. RESA's Pat Yanik tells us the more than $1-million dollars in cuts decided on this week by the RESA Board of
State Police at the Caro post say a 37-year-old Marlette resident was killed yesterday afternoon when he was struck by a truck driver from Brown City….this as Dominic Paul Lefler apparently veered into the truck’s lane of travel. Police say he was deceased at the scene. The pedestrian accident, along M-53 north of Clifford in Marlette Township, remains under
Met and exceeded... that's the challenge issued by local philanthropist Jim Acheson for a $50-thousand dollar grant to benefit the Community Foundation of St. Clair County. Will Oldford says the Acheson Challenge for the Community Capital Club was a way in which to engage in a friendly North versus South competition.
It seems there's always some sort of scam going around, and the Port Huron area has been hit by one in the last week. Customers of Talmer, Advia, Eastern Michigan and other banks have reported receiving phone calls or text messages telling them their bank or debit card has been locked, and only if they give out personal information will they be able to access their account.
So what does the city of Port Huron do after the massive sewer separation project is completed? That was a topic for discussion, Monday night, as City Engineer Robert Clegg made a presentation to the City Council on construction and improvement needs once the state-mandated project sees completion, at the end of next year. Mayor Pauline Repp says there's always something that
Had enough of winter yet? Of course you have. Unfortunately, Mother Nature has the opinion that we need some more snow, with a Winter Storm Watch from the National Weather Service in effect, for us, late tonight through Wednesday afternoon. Forecaster Matt Mostieko says, we could be seeing three to seven inches of snow accumulation, by the time the storm passes tomorrow afternoon,
Monday at McMorran saw the last guest speaker, for the 2013 and 2014 Town Hall series. Dickie Arbiter is a former press secretary for Her Majesty the Queen of England, and he spoke about his time of serving not only the Queen, but also his over 35-years of experience in covering royalty, and the differences in culture between the US and Great Britain. The new Town Hall season will kick off in
A Macomb Township woman has been charged with felonious assault after allegedly biting off a portion of her boyfriend's left ear. The Macomb County Sheriff's Office says, the 31-year old lives with her boyfriend and the pair had an argument early Saturday morning. Officials say, her boyfriend tried to walk away from her but, she followed and began punching him in the
It's just over 10-miles long and it traverses four different water bodies, including the Black River, the Black River Canal, Lake Huron, and the St. Clair River... and now it's the first-ever national Water Trail in the state. That's the Island Loop Route, and it's one of only fourteen in the entire nation. Lori Eschenburg at the county's Metro Planning Commission says