Port Huron strolling to a more walkable, bikeable future Read Article

In addition to becoming more walkable, Port Huron is improving its bikeability. David Lewinski

Development NewsMarine City is home to a new artisans market.

Artisans market and studio opens in downtown Marine City


Feature StoryChef Adrien Lee (left) and Mark Pack get a head start on making food for the Jamaican Jerk food truck.
In The NewsDo you have time and talent to share with the community?

Volunteers needed to make a difference


Development NewsNew competition gives business owners a chance to win funding.

Small business pitch competition opens for applications


Feature StoryDr. Maureen Connolly.
In The NewsEnjoy the decor while grabbing a quick lunch at Kate's Downtown

Kate's Downtown brings back quick-serve lunch options


Development NewsChecking out equipment before the grand opening

Gym for ninja-training opens in Port Huron


Feature StoryAngela DeLaere is excited to be the caretaker of the caretakers in Port Huron.

New CEO's heart for healthcare promises to move company forward


Feature StoryKatie Voss loves serving her customers at her downtown Port Huron business.
Development NewsMatt Brooks.
Feature StoryTom and Kathy Vertin invested in the Inn on Water Street.

Blue Water region awash in hotel development


Feature StoryMembers of the Refugee Development Center's support group for refugee girls in Lansing.
Development NewsThis St. Clair home can be yours for less than $100,000.
Feature StoryBruce Retterath demonstrates use of a telepsychiatry system.
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