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Lake Huron is located in eastern Michigan at the base of Lake Huron. It was established in 1814 as Fort Gratiot and is considered to have been the first Euro-American settlement in the area. In the 1850s the population grew dramatically due to a successful shipbuilding and lumber trade, and in 1957 the city was incorporated as Port Huron. By the 1870s, the population was much larger than most of the surrounding communities.

Population: 32338
Local Newspapers: The Port Huron Times Herald
Local Sports Teams: Detroit Lions Detroit Pistons Detroit Red Wings Detroit Shock Detroit Tigers
Local Colleges: Baker College—Port Huron

Zip Codes associated with port huron, michigan: 48059 48060
Towns/Cities near port huron, michigan : Point Edward Marysville Emmett Memphis Richmond

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Michigan rail line infrastructure enhancements lead to improved rail travel

Fast Facts: - New Amtrak schedules take effect Jan. 22. - New Amtrak Wolverine Service and Blue Water schedules include reduced travel times. - Capital improvements have been made to 135 miles of MDOT-owned track, allowing for faster speeds.

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The long-vacant Clark Gas Station on Pointe Tremble Road in Algonac was razed Thursday. The station had been closed since 2012 and was the subject of many citizen concerns about blight.

Company job fair looking for 40 to 50 new hires

We are looking for 40, 50 for the first phase that is happening now," said Nancy Ahrens, human resources manager at US Farathane, 2133 Petit St., Port Huron. The jobs will be full-time, she said.

Sail In Caf & Convenience Store Job Training Site Serves Downtown Port Huron For First Half Year

The Sail In Cafe & Convenience Store marks its first half year serving the downtown Port Huron community this month. The job training site opened last year on July 12 in Blue Water Area Transit's new transit center at 722 McMorran Blvd. St. Clair County Community Mental Health owns and operates the Sail In as a job training site.

International comic-con planned for Port Huron

The Blue Water International Comic-Con will take place as close to the border as you can get, one organizer said. Comic Book Zen owner Jason Price holds a Suicide Squad comic book next to a rack of D.C. comics in his shop on Jan. 18, 2018, in Port Huron.

Warrant issued for missing Port Huron jeweler

Anyone who knows of Currie's whereabouts are also asked to contact police. Tips can be made through the CAPTURE hotline at 987-6688 or through porthuronpolice.org.

Construction begins for new PHN Steam Lab.

The roll out of STEAM labs in Port Huron Schools continued with the beginning of construction at Port Huron Northern High School. The work began a couple of days after Christmas and concrete could be poured within the next week, Port Huron Northern High School Principal Chip Mossett said.

Downy snowflakes can add up to a heavy load

But in the aggregate, the stuff adds up. Just ask anyone who has ever lifted a shovel of snow from a sidewalk or driveway.

Worshipers gather for church service celebratinga

Former Kentwood mayor and state senator Bill Hardiman served as the guest speaker at the 12th Annual "One in Christ" Community Service on Jan. 14, 2018, in Port Huron. Churchgoers gathered in the Griswold Street Baptist Church on Sunday for the 12th annual "One in Christ" Community Service.

More snow in store for Minneapolis and St. Paul

The National Weather Service says clouds will increase Saturday night with temperatures plunging to minus 11 and wind chill as low as minus 22 in the metro area. On Sunday, the wind picks up slightly, to 10 mph, and all those clouds will deliver two or three inches of snow starting after 2 p.m. and continuing to 10 p.m. Martin Luther King Day will have sun with a high near 1 degree.

Ferry on St. Clair River shut down

Areal Flood Warning issued January 12 at 8:06AM EST expiring January 15 at 8:00AM EST in effect for: Saint Clair Winter Weather Advisory issued January 12 at 3:40AM EST expiring January 12 at 7:00PM EST in effect for: Genesee, Huron, Lapeer, Lenawee, Livingston, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, Saginaw, Saint Clair, Sanilac, Shiawassee, Tuscola, Washtenaw, Wayne Winter Weather Advisory issued January 11 at 4:12PM EST expiring January 12 at 7:00PM EST in effect for: Genesee, Huron, Lapeer, Lenawee, Livingston, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, Saginaw, Saint Clair, Sanilac, Shiawassee, Tuscola, Washtenaw, Wayne A ferry connecting cities in the U.S. and Canada across the St. Clair River has been shut down indefinitely due to damage by an ice jam to its Canadian dock.

Drug Task Force arrests 7, seizes multiple drugs in 48 hours

An investigation into the sale of crack and heroin in Clay Township ended Jan. 9 with a traffic stop on M-29. The task force and a Clay Township police officer made the stop about 5 p.m. Investigators found heroin and crack cocaine inside the vehicle, according to the sheriff department.

Businesses set up places to receive warm clothing

Kirk and Carlen Bailey, owners of Brian's Eggairy, have set up a place for people to take and donate warm clothing on the outside of their store. At least two Port Huron businesses, Brian's Drive Thru Eggairy and The Raven CafA©, and the Blue Water Center for Independent Living have set up clotheslines, racks and poles where people can drop off clothing and other people can pick up.

Ferry on St. Clair River shut down after ice damages dock

A ferry connecting cities in the U.S. and Canada across the St. Clair River has been shut down indefinitely due to damage by an ice jam to its Canadian dock. The Times Herald of Port Huron reports owners of the Bluewater Ferry announced the closure Thursday and aren't sure when the ferry connecting Marine City, Michigan, and Sombra, Ontario, will resume operations.

County is giving away radon test kits

Radon is a colorless, odorless gas that is the second-leading cause of lung cancer in the United States - and the leading cause among non-smokers. "It can be old houses, it can be new houses," said Kevin McNeill, an environmental health sanitarian at the St. Clair County Health Department.

Police complaints against jeweler nearing 100

More than 90 police complaints have been filed against a Port Huron jeweler who has not been found as of Thursday morning. Port Huron Police Capt.

Port Huron SOS now lets you hold spot in line, make appointments

The innovative MI-TIME Line service that allows customers to use their phones or computers to make appointments or hold their place in line is now available at the St. Clair County PLUS Secretary of State Office at 2887 Krafft Road in Port Huron, Secretary of State Ruth Johnson announced today. "Customers who can't hop online to ExpressSOS.com can now take advantage of the MI-TIME Line service at our Port Huron office," Johnson said.

Weather: High near 56 today but cold weathera

A chance of rain today with a slight chance of drizzle before noon, then a chance of rain after noon. Patchy fog before noon.

Fluctuating temperatures spawn potholes

As long as agencies fix potholes in a timely manner, it's difficult to be compensated for damage to vehicles But be aware: There's a loophole as big as a - well, as big as a Michigan pothole - that confers immunity from claims upon the agencies responsible for fixing potholes. According to state law, road commissions and municipal street departments have 30 days from when a pothole is reported to fix that pothole before being held responsible for damages to vehicles.

Winter road maintenance spending increases

It's been a cold and snowy winter so far, and that's reflected in the amount of money spent by the St. Clair County Road Commission on winter road maintenance. The total is $1,241,265 through Dec. 31, according to road commission figures, That's greater than the 10-year average of $714,927 and the five-year average of $688,687.

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