Port Huron Schools will be implementing a district-wide masking policy starting Tuesday. According to a letter sent home to parents, all students in all grade levels will be required to wear a mask while indoors […]
This story has been updated with new information indicating that the ship did not run aground. Mechanical issues are to blame for the 678-foot long steamship Wilfred Sykes veering off course around 11:30pm Thursday night […]
Santa Claus comes to town tonight in Port Huron. Stepping off at 6pm is the Sperry’s Santa Clause Parade followed by the annual tree lighting of Port Huron’s Christmas tree. The tree lighting will once […]
The St. Clair County Health Department, following a similar move by state officials last week, is advising residents to wear a facemask whenever indoors and regardless of vaccination status, due to rising COVID-19 levels. Dr. […]
Port Huron City Council is moving forward with updating their ordinances to reflect an age change in the city’s curfew. The ordinance currently states that no minor 12 years of age or older, but under […]
The night before Thanksgiving is un-officially the biggest bar night of the year. Some called it “Black Out” Wednesday and other called it “Drinksgiving”, but it can also be one of the deadliest nights on […]
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