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Lake Huron is located in eastern Michigan at the base of Lake Huron. It was established in 1814 as Fort Gratiot and is considered to have been the first Euro-American settlement in the area. In the 1850s the population grew dramatically due to a successful shipbuilding and lumber trade, and in 1957 the city was incorporated as Port Huron. By the 1870s, the population was much larger than most of the surrounding communities.

Population: 32338
Local Newspapers: The Port Huron Times Herald
Local Sports Teams: Detroit Lions Detroit Pistons Detroit Red Wings Detroit Shock Detroit Tigers
Local Colleges: Baker College—Port Huron

Zip Codes associated with port huron, michigan: 48059 48060
Towns/Cities near port huron, michigan : Point Edward Marysville Emmett Memphis Richmond

Port Huron News
Attorneys say Fred Freeman, in prison 32 years, is innocent

Fred Freeman was 25 when a jury found him guilty of gunning down 20-year-old Scott Macklem in a Port Huron parking lot in 1986. He never saw the verdict coming, figuring the unfairness of the trial would be so obvious to the jury it would come back with "not guilty," and a tongue-lashing for the prosecution.

St. Clair Inn developer buying Harrington Inn

The California developer behind the ongoing redevelopment of the St. Clair Inn property is planning a project for the Harrington Inn in Port Huron. St. Clair Inn developer buying Harrington Inn The California developer behind the ongoing redevelopment of the St. Clair Inn property is planning a project for the Harrington Inn in Port Huron.

Little League fields show little lead contamination

Little League fields show little lead contamination While the state has not started taking soil samples yet, the Times Herald did. Check out this story on thetimesherald.com: https://bwne.ws/2rMozEx The soil at the Port Huron Little League Park, which is located across Rural Street from the Mueller Brass plant in Port Huron, shows low levels of lead.

Court dates set for pair accused of imprisoning, sexually assaulting man

Robert Allen Ware and Charles David Post have plea hearings scheduled for 9 a.m. June 4 in front of St. Clair County Circuit Court Judge Cynthia Lane. Court dates set for pair accused of imprisoning, sexually assaulting man Robert Allen Ware and Charles David Post have plea hearings scheduled for 9 a.m. June 4 in front of St. Clair County Circuit Court Judge Cynthia Lane.

Currie sentenced to two to 10 years in prison

Judge: Currie is going to prison for 2 to 10 years 'I just need him to realize what he has done to people who trusted him for years' Check out this story on thetimesherald.com: https://bwne.ws/2Imj9eJ St. Clair County Circuit Judge Michael West sentenced Rick Currie to two to 10 years in prison Wednesday, May 16. Rick Currie, left, is led out of Judge Michael West's courtroom after his sentencing hearing Wednesday, May 16, 2018. Currie, a former jeweler and goldsmith, was sentenced by Judge West to two to 10 years in prison.

Animal Control has kittens

Animal Control has kittens Prince, Woody, Ginger and Maryanne are pets of the week Check out this story on thetimesherald.com: https://bwne.ws/2rJZF9m They are 8 weeks old and full of kitten curiosity and rambunctiousness. They love to cuddle with people or chase toy mice around.

Court dates scheduled for man charged witha

Court dates set for man charged with sexually assaulting children Belkiewicz was arrested in February following an investigation by the St. Clair County Sheriff Department. Check out this story on thetimesherald.com: https://bwne.ws/2rFE2pU A plea hearing and jury trial dates have been scheduled for a Port Huron Township man facing 13 counts of child pornography and sexual assault.

Restitution ordered, not always paid

"We're not a debtor's prison, we're not allowed to put people in jail for not having the ability to pay." Restitution ordered, not always paid "We're not a debtor's prison, we're not allowed to put people in jail for not having the ability to pay."

Federal building cupola getting $1.9 million restoration

According to the U.S. General Services Administration, the project is focused on exterior repairs to the Port Huron courthouse's cupola. Federal building cupola getting $1.9 million restoration According to the U.S. General Services Administration, the project is focused on exterior repairs to the Port Huron courthouse's cupola.

Slow down: High waters prompt wake warnings

Slow down: High waters prompt wake warnings High water exacerbates damage to property. Check out this story on thetimesherald.com: https://bwne.ws/2I8oAxE Boats less than 26 feet long may not make a wake within 200 feet of shore.

Last defendant in pot torture case sentenced

Last defendant in pot torture case sentenced Coleman Wayne Suratt sentenced for his role in torture and imprisonment of Port Huron man Check out this story on thetimesherald.com: https://bwne.ws/2rBVhZ7 A defense lawyer moved twice Friday to delay the sentencing of a defendant in a case involving the alleged torture of a Port Huron resident, the second time because of what he called police corruption and misconduct. St. Clair County Circuit Judge Daniel Kelly denied the motions and also denied a motion to withdraw Coleman Wayne Suratt's guilty plea.

Self-defense classes set for Port Huron, Lexington

Self-defense classes set for Port Huron, Lexington Classes are geared toward women Check out this story on thetimesherald.com: https://bwne.ws/2rAQ30N The Port Huron Police Department will offer self-defense classes from 6-9 p.m. May 30-31 and June 4-5 at the Palmer Park Recreation Center, 2829 Armour St. And the Sanilac Area Violence Elimination Council will have a class on June 26 at the Lexington United Methodist Church, 5597 S. Main St., Lexington. According to a new release, instructor Henry Reyna from Secure Solution will teach the Lexington class, which is about three hours long and includes a focus on the importance of being alert and aware.

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Irene Hill, with Keller Williams Platinum, picks up debris Thursday, May 10, 2018 left from winter flooding at Memorial Park in Port Huron Township. Red Day Irene Hill, with Keller Williams Platinum, picks up debris Thursday, May 10, 2018 left from winter flooding at Memorial Park in Port Huron Township.

Art Hop returns Friday with new surprises

Art Hop returns Friday with new surprises Gina's Gallery at Midtown to open to visitors; Weekend's plans announcement, appetizers from Cadillac House chef Check out this story on thetimesherald.com: https://bwne.ws/2I9QkBV Mike Cogley, of Port Huron, and Charles Stephens, of Fort Gratiot, perform together during Art Hop Friday at Weekend's in downtown Port Huron. Art Hop returns Friday to downtown Port Huron, and residents can get their fill of creativity while perusing local businesses.

Former Michigan pastor faces child pornography charges

In this 2015 photo, Jack Woodburn, a Colonial Woods Christian Counseling Center director, poses in Port Huron, Mich.

City considering Fourth Street parking change

City considering Fourth Street parking change It's on the agenda for the Downtown Development Authority's regular meeting next Tuesday. Check out this story on thetimesherald.com: https://bwne.ws/2rxWYqz City officials are proposing widening 4th Street in Port Huron by five feet, allowing an additional 15 angled parking spaces.

Northern grad sings with Disney group

As a teen he sung in Port Huron Northern's choir program. Now he performs Disney classics to cheering crowds.

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