Jeremy Ervin, thetimesherald

Jeremy Ervin

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Port Huron, MI, United States

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  • Detroit Free Press
  • Lansing StateJournal
  • WZZM 13 On Your Side
  • Journal & Courier
  • Indianapolis Star

Recent articles by Jeremy:

Burtchville nature preserve acquired with plan to join it with others via trails

The property was acquired by Thumb Land Conservancy in July. → Read More

No plans to stop Float Down, caution urged

The U.S. Coast Guard and St. Clair County Sheriff's Office are making their usual plans for policing the unsanctioned event. → Read More

Port Huron boy with epilepsy wins trip to Disneyland

Layken Schultz set up a lemonade stand and only one person came. Things snowballed from there. → Read More

Algonac athletic training, band camp suspended due to COVID-19

The cases were detected by student's families who decided to pursue a test after noticing symptoms, Superintendent Al Latosz said. → Read More

​​​​​​​Algonac Community Schools delays start of year

School had been scheduled to start on Aug. 24. → Read More

Yard Sale Trail planned for August, masks encouraged

The trail spans 150 miles between New Baltimore, around the thumb, and up to Port Austin and ending in Caseville. → Read More

Sutherland Park Pond closed for E. Coli

Going into the water or onto the beach is prohibited until the pond tests clear. → Read More

'Meteotsunami' floods parts of St. Clair County

In some places, water rose rapidly. High water leaves coastal areas susceptible to flooding when there are strong winds and waves. → Read More

Woman's Life chapter sees big haul on can drive; redemption is slow because of limits

The Women's Life chapter in Memphis has held a bottle and can drive for years. And they've had a good year this year, gathering piles upon piles of cans. There's just one problem — due the the COVID-19 pandemic, it's difficult to redeem the cans for deposits. "Now we have so many, we have the plight of being unable to take them back," Woman's Life Insurance Society Chapter 855 Vice President… → Read More

BLM, Pride demonstration held along Algonac boardwalk

"Love is love, regardless of your gender, regardless of your color." → Read More

Local school districts analyze state return plan

Local school districts are planning what a return to school will look like, with fresh guidance from the state of Michigan. → Read More

Extraordinary Explorers 4-H group keeps kids in touch amid coronavirus pandemic

Extraordinary Explorers is a 4-H group serving kids with special needs. It's kept going amid the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

What will classrooms look like this fall?

The governor has given the go-ahead, but there's still much to be decided. → Read More

Canadian border closure extended through July 21

Restrictions were first put in place in mid-March in response to the growing coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

What will commencements look like for this year's high school seniors?

Schools are taking things outdoors and using cars to keep people sufficiently separated. → Read More

Severe thunderstorm watch issued for St. Clair County

Heavy rainfall is expected Wednesday night, with a lakeshore flood warning in effect until 5 a.m. Thursday. → Read More

Colleges plan for return as stay at home order winds down

Details are still being figured out, but SC4 students can anticipate visual changes to campus life. → Read More

Chicago to Mackinac sailboat race canceled, Port Huron's race moves forward

The coronavirus pandemic has canceled events in Port Huron and beyond. The the summer's big race is still moving forward as scheduled. → Read More

$25k awarded to local minority and women-owned businesses

Awards went to 12 businesses and ranged between $1,000 to $3,000. → Read More

Marijuana, gold, stolen vehicle found at Blue Water Bridge

The Michigan State Police are investigating the case. → Read More