City drops downtown Port Huron mobile app
Residents and visitors looking for quicker access to information about events, businesses, and more in downtown Port Huron can get a gander from the city’s newly released mobile app. The application was launched Monday for both Android and Apple devices after four months of development, according to Natacha Hayden, director of the city’s...
Pauline Repp to seek re-election for Port Huron mayor
Port Huron’s longtime mayor is taking another run for office. In a message to media late Monday, Pauline Repp shared her announcement to seek re-election, citing questions she’s received on the issue. ...
New Baltimore Tackles Flooding: Topographic Survey and Restoration Projects Underway
New Baltimore, Michigan residents, who have experienced neighborhood flooding, are now receiving help. The city has faced severe weather events, including a major storm last summer that damaged homes and streets. The City Council has approved a proposal from Project Control Engineering (PCE) to conduct a topographic survey of the area. This $7,650 survey will improve the drainage plan by identifying drainage patterns and restrictions, and including grade elevations.
OUR TOWN: It’s pasty time in Our Town
IT’S PASTY TIME IN OUR TOWN: The best pasties this side of heaven will be yours and sold with a smile! Selling Feb. 27 to March 3, First Congregational Church, 36223 Alfred, will be open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, with Sunday hours of noon to 3 p.m. To order ahead, call 586-725-0909 or simply follow the signs and walk in, following the aroma. At $7 each, the pasties will be available frozen, cooled or hot, ready to eat. Don’t miss it! With nearly 50 people peeling veggies, rolling dough, filling the dough with an excellent mixture of ground chuck, potatoes, carrots, onions and rutabaga, the church has been selling pasties to customers from Our Town and throughout southeastern Michigan since the spring of 1998. Again, don’t miss it! See you there!
Wolters starts, finishes win for Marysville over Fraser in MAC tournament
Avery Wolters practices what she preaches. “I said to everyone before the game that we had to come out strong, build up the lead and keep going from there. Start with fire and build off of that,” said the Marysville senior. Wolters went on to score 10 of her...
These New Baltimore, MI based Puppies are the latest up for adoption and in need of a good home
Considering pet adoption? Or perhaps you just enjoy all things cute and cuddly? Numerous charming pets are ready for a loving home at animal shelters situated in and near new baltimore.
Almont, February 22 High School 🏀 Game Notice
The Croswell-Lexington High School basketball team will have a game with Almont High School on February 22, 2024, 18:30:00 CST.
A Gastronomic Adventure: 3 Must-Visit Italian Eateries in Port Huron
In this article, we're excited to showcase three remarkable Italian restaurants located in Port Huron. Have you had the pleasure of dining at any of these establishments yet? If yes, we eagerly invite you to share your experiences and thoughts in the comments section below.
Port Huron police, fire departments to face off in Battle of the Badges
Port Huron’s police and fire departments will face off in a Battle of the Badges hockey game, on Feb. 23 to raise funds for The Arc of St. Clair County. The city’s Battle of the Badges fundraiser hockey game is co-hosted by the fire and police departments for the purpose of benefiting a local organization and bringing the departments together for some fun, said Maddy O’Farrell, administrative assistant at the Port Huron Fire Department. The game will be played at the McMorran Place arena.
James Freed: Final coffee session canceled, to be rebooked 'as soon as possible'
The final of three coffee hours sessions with Port Huron City Manager James Freed has been canceled. According to a notice early Tuesday, Freed said the session had to be “rescheduled due to a scheduling conflict,” adding another date would be booked “as soon as possible.”. The...
Letter to the editor: Feb. 21
I received an unexpected/disturbing phone call and email recently. The Department of Defense has been ambitious, aspiring, hard-driving, go-getting, energetic, industrious, ardent, pushing to purchase Chesterfield Township properties north of Hall Road Purpose: Close Hall Road. Grow Selfridge ANGB into southeast quadrant of Chesterfield. A conspiracy is an agreement between...
New Baltimore, MI Residents: Your Future Dogs Best Friend Awaits!
Have you been contemplating pet adoption, or simply love perusing adorable pets? A myriad of delightful pets are available for adoption at various animal shelters in the vicinity of new baltimore..
Port Huron, February 21 High School 🏀 Game Notice
The Warren Mott High School basketball team will have a game with Port Huron High School on February 21, 2024, 15:00:00 CST.
JARS opens Chesterfield Township’s first licensed cannabis dispensary
Six years after Michigan residents voted to legalize recreational cannabis, Chesterfield Township this week opened its first pot retail store. JARS Cannabis on Monday officially opened the township’s first recreational cannabis dispensary, marking the Troy-based company’s 21st location in Michigan. Business was reportedly strong despite a lack of grand opening marketing hype.