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Recent articles by Jackie:

Resurfacing of North Road in Fort Gratiot begins Monday; prepare for delays

The project will begin with the right-turn lane improvements with work expected to be completed by Sept. 3. It is an approximately $385,000 project. → Read More

Health officials: Self-quarantine before 'rushing off to get tested' for COVID-19

Over the last two weeks, St. Clair County has seen an uptick in the number of tests being administered for the coronavirus. → Read More

Challengers look for change, incumbents experience in China Township trustee race

Incumbent Trustees Alana Cook, Edward Neiman, and Valerie Schweihofer are seeking re-election. Their challengers include resident Ronald Beier, father and daughter Dennis and Tiffany Daschke, and Dan Turke, a former township clerk. → Read More

Were you exposed? Coronavirus cases confirmed at local Eagles club, Anchor Point Bistro

Patrons who visited the Order of Eagles in Port Huron may have been exposed July 7 to 17 and on July 12 at Anchor Point Bistro → Read More

Sunday's heavy rainfall spurs some flooding in lower St. Clair County

Those who have first floor damage at home should email pictures to damage@stclaircounty.org. → Read More

St. Clair County Board’s lone Democrat Howard Heidemann exiting after 18 years

Finding his replacement will be the board’s only competitive race this November; here’s a look back on how District 3 has affected county politics → Read More

River Crab employee tests positive for COVID-19; potential exposure reported around July 5-8

'We feel confident this will be an isolated event,' dining room manager says: restaurant approved to remain open → Read More

Nonprofit behind A Little Something chosen as Pine Grove Park ice cream vendor

Downtown store's co-manager hopes to open up the waterfront concessions by July 20 → Read More

First-term trustee challenging long-time Fort Gratiot official for township supervisor

The winning Republican moves on to November's election unchallenged. → Read More

Here are 3 things we may still need a reminder about on the coronavirus

Local health officials have been talking about long-term care facilities, mask fatigue and the ‘misnomer’ in data updates. → Read More

Diversity group born from viral racist comments finding footing after COVID-19 setback

Efforts planned before this spring are on hold, but organizers said they found renewed passion for change following George Floyd's death. → Read More

'Bridging the gaps': How local leaders are addressing disparities for minority residents

Health and social services are often distributed based on income rather than race, but community organizers are addressing potential disparities — even where the data are small. → Read More

'The domino effect': Port Huron Schools, city of Marysville adopt anti-racism resolutions

The moves come two weeks after Port Huron officials made a similar commitment to promote racial equity. → Read More

Port Huron officials proposing 19-home development idea on 10th Ave., county-owned property

Under proposal, the count would cell the 3.28 acres for $1 and the city would build the roads and water and sewer access to entice builders. → Read More

Marine City theatre owners shift focus of proposed outdoor festival to St. Clair

But the idea may still be considered by two communities at separate meetings. → Read More

St. Clair County Health Dept. opening weekly drive-thru COVID-19 testing site

Testing is free, and unlike other sites around the area, you don't need a doctor's referral or obvious symptoms to make an appointment. → Read More

'It's about all of us': Ashford proposes Port Huron declare racism a health crisis

Two resolutions are on the agenda for City Council during Monday's regular meeting → Read More

Construction of SC4's soccer field underway at Morton Park; Marysville moves dog park

The city's dog park project was moved to an area off of River Road to make room. → Read More

Port Huron teens lead third police brutality march through downtown

'I think our generation is the generation that’s going to make the most change,' organizer says → Read More

Casco Twp. man arrested in 2019 Fort Gratiot slaying

The 23-year-old is expected to be arraigned Sunday on charges related to the shooting death of 27-year-old Kevin Anderson Jr., who was found along Keewahdin Road on in February last year. → Read More