By Dale Hemmila The Sherman Woods Homeowners Association in Port Huron will again this year help the St. Clair County
By Dale Hemmila Steve Hartman tells stories for a living and, as storytellers go, he has one of the largest
By Dale Hemmila If space is really the “final frontier” — thank you Star Trek — then there are probably
In 1954, a group of eight local women from Port Huron began meeting over tea and cookies to develop a new lecture series to “educate and entertain” Blue Water Area residents. They called the series Town Hall and this year is the 65th anniversary of that program’s founding.
Today, Port Huron Town Hall brings to the community nationally-known speakers, ranging from entertainers to authors and more.
Actor and activist John Ratzenberger recently spoke at Port Huron Town Hall and addressed an issue that is affecting the Blue Water Area: There is a critical need for more skilled tradesmen and women.
Andy Northrop of the Michigan State University Extension Service helps Thumb-Are communities with economic development.
The Port Huron Town Hall Lecture Series kicked off its 64th season on October 1, welcoming a familiar face from television news journalism.
CBS news anchor and 60 Minutes correspondent Lesley Stahl kicked off the 2018-2019 season before a full house at the McMorran Place auditorium in downtown Port Huron.
The Blue Water Bridge isn’t worth seeing unless you can see it at night, with its bright, blue, blue lights…
Andy Bakko, owner of Wolverine Market in downtown Port Huron, is the Blue Water Area’s premiere somelier and he understands that giving back is the way to create a successful business.