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Feature Story The cast and crew of "Gravid," Huron City Radio's pilot for its new web series pose for a photo.

Local filmmaker’s web series brings the supernatural to Port Huron

This fall, Huron City Radio will premiere the pilot episode of "Gravid," a supernatural mystery created entirely by locals and filmed in the Blue Water Area.

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Pine River Turtle Race returns to St. Clair this weekend

The Rotary Club of St. Clair’s Pine River Turtle Race will be returning for the second year offering prize money totaling $3,000 and helping to raise crucial funds to support the club’s programming, benefiting the community and residents of St. Clair.

Feature Story Sperry's Arcadehouse

Sperry’s Arcadehouse offers new option for entertainment in Port Huron

A mix of retro and modern offerings await game enthusiasts of all ages at Port Huron’s newest entertainment destination.

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St. Clair powerboat races draws competitors from all over to the Blue Water Area

BoatFloater.com’s Steve and Stephen Kildahl, a father and son team from Sarasota, Florida, returned for their second time to compete in the St. Clair River Classic.

Feature Story Eddie Lee and Megan Strachan pose for a photo with Strachan’s mural on Michigan Street in Port Huron.

Storm drain art initiative beautifies communities and educates about stormwater pollutionMeet the artists: Megan Strachan and Eddie Lee

Local artists Megan Strachan and Eddie Lee are two of the artists whose work can be found among our community’s painted storm drains, spreading the message about the role of storm drains and the impact of stormwater pollution.

Feature Story Marion Stewart and Cliff Thomason getting the students ready for some activities at The Athletic Factory.

New partnership offering after-school programming provides creative ways to empower students

A new partnership between East Shore Leadership Academy and The Athletic Factory will provide ESLA students with after-school programming opportunities starting this next school year.

Feature Story Blue Water Traditional Pow-Wow, family photo of Tepkeah descendants.

Honoring connections to the past: Blue Water Traditional Pow-Wow returns this summer

The Blue Water Traditional Pow-Wow, organized by the local indigenous community and several partners, will take place next month in Port Huron.

Feature Story Each room at CityFlatsHotel — Port Huron is uniquely designed.

Experience the Blue Water Area at downtown Port Huron’s newest hotel

Overlooking the Black River at its waterfront location on the corner of Water and Military Street, Port Huron’s newest hotel offers visitors the opportunity to stay right in the heart of downtown with close proximity to all the Blue Water Area has to offer.

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Experience Lexington like a local: Your guide to a weekend getaway

The charming village of Lexington nestled on the shore of Lake Huron is just a half-hour away from Port Huron, but feels like such a getaway. We’ve compiled a helpful guide of must-see shops, restaurants, recreation, and lodging so you can experience and love Lexington like a local.

Feature Story The first story that will be featured is "Don't Feed the Coos!" written by Jonathan Stutzman and illustrated by Heather Fox.

StoryWalk promoting early childhood literacy to be unveiled at Fort Gratiot County Park

A StoryWalk has recently been installed at the Fort Gratiot County Park giving young children an active and exciting approach to reading.

Development News Kayla Faust, a student at Port Huron Northern High School, paints her mural at the corner of Water and Military Street in downtown Port Huron.

Storm drain artwork aims to protect our waterways, bring awareness to importance of water runoffMeet the artist: Kayla Faust

Local artists assisted Friends of the St. Clair River in a recent project to educate the public through artwork about the crucial role storm drains play in maintaining our region's water quality.

Feature Story In five years, Aven Campau, 16, has completed over 30 projects including short, student, feature, and indie films.

Promising future ahead for Port Huron Northern student pursuing career in acting

16-year-old Aven Campau has accomplished much in the past five years as an actor and shares about his experiences and goals as he pursues his dream.

Feature Story Anita Thomas is the stylist and owner of Mohair, a new salon in Port Huron, Michigan.

Local stylist makes her dreams a reality with new salon in Port Huron

“At nine years old I knew I wanted to own my own hair salon one day,” says Anita Thomas, stylist and owner of Mohair which recently opened in Port Huron.

Development News Nick Manciero searching for radio signals at AARL Field Day.

Connecting communities through radio waves

"I've been into amateur radio for well over 50 years now, I've traveled to many places and have contacted people all over the world through my passion, it is truly a wonderful feeling being able to reach out and broadcast all over the world as well as teaching others how to do so," says veteran operator, Stan Arnett.

Feature Story Volunteers plant and water the new plants at the Blue Water River Walk in Port Huron.

Summer Solstice marks growth and new beginnings at Blue Water River Walk

At the Blue Water River Walk in Port Huron, a new garden filled with native plants benefits the local ecosystem and honors the area’s indigenous culture.

Partner Content Stacy and Paul Zimmer, with their daughter Rachel.

It’s a family affair: Why the McLaren Port Huron Foundation’s sponsors return year after year

On Tuesday, July 12, golfers will tee off at the 43rd Annual Charity Golf Classic at the Port Huron Golf Club. Money raised from the Charity Golf Classic will help purchase a Task Force Touch CARDIO machine.

Feature Story Owner of Flourish Hair Gallery (center) Naesa Richardson poses for a photo with her staff.

Port Huron celebrates Juneteenth with food, fun, and awareness

Local organizations across Port Huron joined forces to hold a celebratory event honoring and spreading awareness about Juneteenth.

Feature Story Emory Floyd is one of the seven musicians that will be taking the stage at the LBMA Festival this Saturday.

Lake Bonisteel Music Association festival makes a return to Pine Grove Park

Lake Bonisteel Music Association Festival will hold its second annual festival in Port Huron this Saturday, sharing the art of music with the wider community and encouraging children to learn more about music.

Feature Story A participant poses for a photo during the Paint n' Sip event on Saturday June 11, 2022.

Port Huron Pride organizes city-wide Pride festival throughout June

This Pride month, local business owners and organizations are teaming up with Port Huron Pride to offer events and celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community.

Feature Story Amunni Boutique owner Ann Marie Oldford (left) and her friend Heather Benson, an MS advocate, pose for a photo outside Oldford's establishment in downtown St. Clair.

St. Clair boutique to host fundraising event raising money for multiple sclerosis

Amunni Boutique in St. Clair is holding the Shine the Spotlight to Fight MS fundraising event to benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society Michigan Chapter and work toward finding a cure.