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In St. Clair County, you have the best of all worlds – you are close to the big city, its labor force, arts and culture, and institutions of higher learning, but you benefit from the lower costs of a fringe suburban community.
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With a proximity to the entire North American marketplace, multiple modes of transportation that connect across the U.S. and beyond, St. Clair County is an ideal location for corporate investment.
The St. Clair County Economic Development Alliance (EDA) has announced that the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) has approved a regional grant for the I-69 Thumb Region. Approval of this grant in the amount of $850,000 allows the I-69 Thumb Region,...
The River Church is in the process of acquiring Kimball Elementary School. Kimball was closed last year amidst declining enrollment in the Port Huron Area School District, but declining attendance does not seem to be a concern for The River, as they are bursting at...
After Governor Gretchen Whitmer ordered the closing of restaurant interior dine-in areas Monday, many locally-owned restaurants are left to improvise new short-term strategies. A few owners in Downtown Port Huron share their plans.
Patrick Coughlin, former owner of Coughlin jewelry, created a new item, the 4Ever2 band. With its recent nationwide launch and with demand increasing, manufacturing of the ring will soon be moved a new, larger location in Downtown St. Clair.
After opening in October 2019 in the former Loxton Restaurant location in Port Huron, Kabob Grill Cuisine provides food-lovers with a Middle Eastern option for their dining including Greek, Egyptian, and Lebanese flavors.
A collaboration between St. Clair County and a number of local groups continues the process of creating a new County Park in Algonac off M-29. St. Clair County Commissioner, Bill Gratopp, shares the latest details and when this park may be accessible.
The next few months continue to be very busy for Fort Gratiot with many projects wrapping up and some just beginning. Fort Gratiot Township Supervisor, Rob Crawford, fills us in on the latest updates.
After $9.8 million and nearly a year in renovations, the Health Sciences building at St. Clair County Community College is open for learning.
The former White Oaks Golf Course in Wales Township may soon become a training facility for the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 17. The 53 acre former golf course was located near the corner of Goodells and Sparling Roads. The Wales...
A new business has opened its doors in Marysville at the Market Square shopping center. True Balance Chiropractic and Wellness is now ready to serve customers in the area. Several were there to welcome the new business at the grand opening event Wednesday evening...