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A paroled ex-convict accused of rape, torture and murder in the deaths of a Michigan couple is facing trial.
Work at the Blue Water Area Convention Center has slowed as crews wait for precast walls from a subcontractor.
Talk to me: No Name: "I'd like some clarification on Proposal 1's use tax. On what things will it apply? It read something about telecommunications.
Port Huron Councilman Brian Moeller has died. "Brian was very dedicated to the city of Port Huron," said City Manager James Freed.
DNA results also confirmed that the woman who came forward shortly after the baby was found on April 27 is the child's mother.
Jury selection is expected to start this morning for the trial of a man charged with killing two Port Huron residents last summer.
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Scalawags Golf Club in Macomb County held the 10th and final regular-season event in the Blue Water Junior Golf Tour with nine division titles up for grabs.
Police say an investigation is ongoing after a 4-year-old boy was found unconscious Friday at a home in the 800 block of 13th Street in Port Huron.
As bicycles crowded the sidewalk near Military Street bridge, Tim Tacie's father smiled.
All local business women are invited. Reservations are requested by noon, Aug. 12 by calling 392-2458 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Tom and Sheree Miller, the St. Clair River Classic Offshore Powerboat Race is about more than the competition.
It's not specific about what the article meant by county roads. Do they just mean the paved roads? Or did they mean all the gravel roads out in the county?" In general, the proposed ordinance would allow ORVs on all roads, paved and gravel, that are under the county's jurisdiction, except paved county roads that have speed limits of 45 mph or ... (more)
Mud pits, exhausting cardio and towering obstacles were no less of a challenge at the Warrior Dash as runners arrived early on day two of the grueling race.
The first ferry service across the Straits of Mackinac began on July 31, 1923. The ship, the Ariel, worked that season, carrying 20 cars at a time, according to Michigan Department of Transportation historian Lloyd Baldwin.
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