Jeremy Ervin, thetimesherald

Jeremy Ervin

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Port Huron, MI, United States

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

Recent articles by Jeremy:

Snow, rain expected for this Saturday

Accumulation of 4 to 7 inches is expected, according to the National Weather Service. → Read More

Officials investigating Sanilac County property owned by 'green ooze' businessman

Environmental officials are looking at a site in Sanilac County's Marion Township owned by Gary Sayers. → Read More

Lake Carrier's Association worried about ice breaking this winter

"Resources have always been finite, we work with what we have," said Lt. Paul Rhynard, U.S. Coast Guard public information officer. → Read More

Harsens Islanders rely on each other through ferry outage

A WINS alert sent out before 1 p.m. Monday said service was to resume by 6 p.m. that day for light cars and trucks. → Read More

'A new normal': How St. Clair County's EM director is preparing for even higher water levels

After record levels and flooding this summer, water along St. Clair County's shoreline has somewhat receded. But it may not stay that way. Amid the remission, the county's new emergency management director is keeping abreast of the urgency. → Read More

Festival of Trees will raise funds for heart facilities

"My garage basically turns into a winter wonderland." → Read More

#OptOutside hike planned as alternative to Black Friday

The #OptOutside campaign began at outdoor retailer REI Co-op in 2015. → Read More

Task force looking to increase sports opportunities for women coming to Port Huron

The group will issue a preliminary report in spring 2020 on the status of girls and women's sports in Michigan, according to a news release. → Read More

Several departments respond to Port Huron house fire

The cause of the fire remains under investigation. → Read More

After Mueller Brass ordered to clean up lead, company could double lead emissions

An existing effort to clean up lead contaminated soil nearby has been delayed throughout the past year. → Read More

Walleye catch limits standardized from St. Clair River to Lake Erie

Lake St. Clair, St. Clair River, Detroit River and Lake Erie will have the same walleye bag limit starting on April 1. → Read More

SC4 adding video game team to athletic programs

Rocket League, Madden Fall 2019 and Super Smash Bros. are the first games available to compete in. → Read More

Boaters urged to clear water as strong winds, flooding forecast

The National Weather Service has issued a Lakeshore Flood Advisory through midnight Monday. → Read More

Faith group talks green funerals and burials

Those seeking a more natural burial may forego the heavy duty materials and embalming chemicals typically used in the process. → Read More

Special PHASD meeting called to discuss board president replacement

Board president Brian Winters confirmed the content of the meeting Monday afternoon. → Read More

Marysville man found competent to stand trial in dad's slaying

A pre-trial hearing will be scheduled. → Read More

Adair resigns from SC4 Board of Trustees

Former trustee John Adair submitted his resignation effective Sept. 13. → Read More

Fort porch concerts to highlight historic homes

The Olde Town Porch Concert is scheduled to start at noon Sept. 14 and will run to about 5 p.m. Ten acts will be spread across five homes in the Historic Court Street District for a day of music and neighborly fun. → Read More

$4.6 million in work completed at St. Clair County airport

St. Clair County International Airport Runway 4/22 has fresh black assault, new electrical systems and signage. → Read More

Hi-tech reading devices coming to St. Clair County libraries

OrCam readers clip to the side of a user's glasses and are intended to help the visually impaired patrons read. → Read More