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Missing Port Huron boy, 5, found

Police have found a 5-year-old Port Huron boy who was reported missing Friday morning.Read Story

  • Homeless find new place to live after eviction

    About a dozen people who lived in campsites along railroad tracks in an Ann Arbor park were forced to relocate after authorities used bulldozers to clear the sites, destroying some tents in the removal process. View

    Brought to you by: www.lansingstatejournal.com on Jul 11 at 22:04
  • Chelsea Lajko named National Cherry Queen

    Chelsea Lajko has been named the 2014-2015 National Cherry Queen. View

    Brought to you by: www.record-eagle.com on Jul 11 at 21:50
  • Battle Creek doctor Joe Schwarz tells tales of his CIA days

    Sitting in his office, Joe Schwarz still remembers the rockets hitting his compound in Vietnam and fearing he might be shot by friendly members of the Laotian army more than 40 years ago. View

    Brought to you by: www.lansingstatejournal.com on Jul 11 at 21:46
  • Visiting boaters weigh in on historic train bridge

    The Pere Marquette Railroad Bridge has been at the mouth of the Black River for 85 years. View

    Brought to you by: www.thetimesherald.com on Jul 11 at 21:43
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  • $15M in bonds approved to expand Livingston jail

    The Livingston County Board of Commissioners has unanimously approved issuing up to $15 million in bonds to pay for a jail expansion. View

    Brought to you by: www.lansingstatejournal.com on Jul 11 at 21:41
  • Smoke was from structure fire in Sarnia

    Smoke visible in Port Huron was from a structure fire in Sarnia on Davis Street between Mitton and Mackenzie streets. View

    Brought to you by: www.thetimesherald.com on Jul 11 at 20:56
  • Mixed margins for festival vendors

    Stephani Beauchamp is having her slowest year yet selling gluten-free granola and cookies at the National Cherry Festival farm market, but on the other side of her booths Julie Millen’s cherry goods practically leap into customers’ hands. View

    Brought to you by: www.record-eagle.com on Jul 11 at 19:45
  • Family fun at the festival

    Family-friendly activities are at the forefront of National Cherry Festival fun. View

    Brought to you by: www.record-eagle.com on Jul 11 at 19:00
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  • Cherry Festival Schedule: 07/12/2014

    Saturday's festival schedule — 7:30 a.m. Meijer Festival of Races: Line up with thousands of runners of all ages to race the 5K walk/run, 10K, 15K, and half marathon courses. Eastern Elementary, 1600 Eastern Avenue View

    Brought to you by: www.record-eagle.com on Jul 11 at 18:30
  • Birmingham gas station offers classic gas prices for classic cars

    What do you get when you combine classic cars with classic gas prices? A traffic jam of classic proportions. Starting early Friday morning there was a queue of cruisers lined up to gas up at a the Birmingham Mobil gas… View

    Brought to you by: www.detnews.com on Jul 11 at 17:59
  • Blue Water Habitat for Humanity operating mobile donation centers

    Blue Water Habitat for Humanity will be operating mobile donation centers this summer throughout the Blue Water Area. View

    Brought to you by: www.thetimesherald.com on Jul 11 at 17:50
  • Teens coming to Port Huron to work

    Stephanie Chisholm is bringing almost 400 teens to the Port Huron area to work on houses. View

    Brought to you by: www.thetimesherald.com on Jul 11 at 17:48
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  • Port Huron schools not replacing assistant superintendent

    Port Huron Area School District will not get a new assistant superintendent — but it could add two administrators. View

    Brought to you by: www.thetimesherald.com on Jul 11 at 17:47
  • Classic cars park in a classic spot

    Dale Barrett knew his wife, June, was the woman he wanted to marry when she presented him with a 1958 Oldsmobile 88 two-door sedan. View

    Brought to you by: www.thetimesherald.com on Jul 11 at 17:10
  • Cooler air moving in to Metro Detroit, far from record low

    Cooler air is expected to move into southeastern Michigan on Monday night dropping Tuesday's predicted high temperature into the upper 60s with lows in the mid-50s for Tuesday and Wednesday nights. View

    Brought to you by: www.detnews.com on Jul 11 at 16:12
  • One dead in Benzie crash

    BEULAH — Authorities are investigating a two-vehicle crash north of Beulah that left one man dead and closed U.S. 31. Benzie County Sheriff Ted Schendel said the crash occurred today at 2:40 p.m. on U.S. 31 between Worden Road and… View

    Brought to you by: www.record-eagle.com on Jul 11 at 15:40
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  • Judge sentences woman in Garfield Township drug case

    TRAVERSE CITY — Connie Lynn Hamilton-Lowe wept as her attorney Philip Settles recounted her struggles with addiction and asked a judge to consider them before crafting a sentence on drug dealing charges. "I have made a mess of my life,"… View

    Brought to you by: www.record-eagle.com on Jul 11 at 15:34
  • Bringing the festival to life

    It takes a community to bring the festival to life. Dennis Brown from Grawn started working for the National Cherry Festival two years ago when he accepted an internship while a student at Michigan Tech. As an operations intern he… View

    Brought to you by: www.record-eagle.com on Jul 11 at 14:46
  • Munson embezzler receives 6-month sentence

    TRAVERSE CITY — A Traverse City man who embezzled thousands from Munson Medical Center presented "an unusual case," a judge said before he imposed a six-month jail sentence. Jeffrey Joseph Ales, 43, graduated from college, went on to a successful… View

    Brought to you by: www.record-eagle.com on Jul 11 at 13:55
  • Grand Valley State raises tuition 2.9 percent

    Allendale — The Grand Valley State University Board of Trustees has voted to increase tuition by $149 per semester. View

    Brought to you by: www.detnews.com on Jul 11 at 12:31
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  • Schwarz tells tales of his CIA days

    Sitting in his office this week, Dr. Joe Schwarz still remembers the rockets hitting his compound in Vietnam and fearing he might be shot by friendly members of the Laotian army more than 40 years ago. View

    Brought to you by: www.battlecreekenquirer.com on Jul 11 at 12:27
  • Mom is angry that man who killed son not deported

    The mother of a police officer who was killed in a head-on collision with a wrong-way driver in May has entered the political fray on the issue of illegal immigration. View

    Brought to you by: www.lansingstatejournal.com on Jul 11 at 11:43
  • University of Michigan pays $14,000 to settle suit

    Ann Arbor — The University of Michigan has settled a lawsuit brought by a student group that said it was improperly denied funding for an event featuring a speaker who previously had sued the school. View

    Brought to you by: www.detnews.com on Jul 11 at 11:43
  • Man arrested in Clinton-Ingham chase faces charges

    A Lansing man arrested Thursday afternoon following a police chase is facing possible arraignment today on several charges, including fleeing and eluding police, Michigan State Police said. View

    Brought to you by: www.lansingstatejournal.com on Jul 11 at 11:20

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