Here it comes...the first major snowfall of the season. National Weather Service Meteorologist, Matt Mosteiko, says we should see several inches of snow on the ground by Saturday night. Forecasters say the storm could dump up to a half foot of snow on the area. Mosteiko says, the snow that falls just might hang around through Christmas. Below normal temperatures are expected early
Port Huron Area School District superintendent Ron Wollen has announced that he will retire from the district June 30th of next year. The date coincides with the end of the district's fiscal year. The long time educator started with the district in 1973 and was Port Huron High's principal for many years. He was first appointed assistant superintendent before being
Year-end resolutions for appointments and re-appointments the main items of Thursday night’s Saint Clair County Commission meeting. Previously discussed higher landfill fees, contracts for the convention center construction work, and a health department grant expenditure for Early Childhood Services Community hub were among the approved list. The library and emergency service
Grace Ministry Center is holding their annual Reverse Christmas event through the weekend, at the Factory Outlet Mall along Range, with highlights including Santa's toy factory, a stroll down a 1940's mainstreet, lots of goodies donated by local businesses intended for families in need this holiday season. Pastor Mitch Olson says, the joy of Christmas and the true meaning of
Governor Rick Snyder admits he didn't get everything he wanted in 2013, but he still appears satisfied. Finding a funding solution to ailing roads an item, he says, that still needs to be addressed.
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