Clay Township Clerk Reportedly Under Investigation

michigan state police badgeA Michigan State police investigation is looking at Clay Township clerk Lisa White who is included in a recall petition alleging she has failed to properly file required IRS forms and assessed penalties because of it, was filed in the St. Clair County Clerk’s Office by John A. Bryson on Tuesday morning.  The State Police were contacted on October 2nd by Clay Township Supervisor Bryson, requesting an investigation of White due to discrepancies related to IRS forms that he believed to be criminal.  The investigation is ongoing, and police are not commenting.

 

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Halloween Stroll Offers Safe Trick-or-Treating And More!

The annual Halloween Stroll is back for another year as a family favorite trick-or-treating venue.  During the stroll families dress in costumes and encounter Halloween scenes and treats.  The fun continues after the stroll with a petting zoo and Halloween activities.  New additions will be discovered along the stroll with a professional pumpkin carver show…

Halloween Stroll Offers Safe Trick-or-Treating And More!

halloween strollThe annual Halloween Stroll is back for another year as a family favorite trick-or-treating venue.  During the stroll families dress in costumes and encounter Halloween scenes and treats.  The fun continues after the stroll with a petting zoo and Halloween activities.  New additions will be discovered along the stroll with a professional pumpkin carver show and a gross out zone for kids to guess the contents of the creep crawly Halloween boxes.  According to Toni George, of the Rec Department, this is the 26th annual Halloween Stroll hosted by Port Huron Parks and Recreation.  The event is set for Saturday, October 25 at Sanborn Park from 10 am to 1 pm.  Pre-registered resident admission is $4 per child and non-resident price is $6 per child.  Tickets may be purchased during the stroll for $10 per child.  Register online at porthuronrec.com or at Palmer Park 2829 Armour St, Port Huron.

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Sanilac County Asks Parents and Childcare Providers To Be Prepared For Flu Season

All parents of young children who want their children to be strong and healthy through the cold & flu season are invited to join a discussion on the variety of reasons and methods to encourage children to be active and eat healthy foods.  Sanilac Great Start Collaborative has partnered with Great Start to Quality to…

Sanilac County Asks Parents and Childcare Providers To Be Prepared For Flu Season

Sanilac_County_mi_sealAll parents of young children who want their children to be strong and healthy through the cold & flu season are invited to join a discussion on the variety of reasons and methods to encourage children to be active and eat healthy foods.  Sanilac Great Start Collaborative has partnered with Great Start to Quality to bring Ashley Blake Child Specialist and Chef Aaron Puzan to present some usefull tips on how to use playtime to enrich child learning opportunities and ideas for nutritious meals and snacks.   The event is scheduled for Tuesday, November 8 from 6 to8:30 p.m.at the Sanilac ISD Career Center, at 175 E. Aitken Road in Peck.  It is a free event.  To register, call Karolyn McEntee at Sanilac Great Start at 648-220 Ext 4108.

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Panhandlers Could Get The Boot

The state of Michigan may be seeing new ordinances that would make it a ticketing offense for people to give any items to people outside their vehicles; such as money to panhandlers.  A proposed begging and solicitation ordinance was presented to the Flint Township Board Monday, Oct. 20, which would require those who want to…

Panhandlers Could Get The Boot

panhandleThe state of Michigan may be seeing new ordinances that would make it a ticketing offense for people to give any items to people outside their vehicles; such as money to panhandlers.  A proposed begging and solicitation ordinance was presented to the Flint Township Board Monday, Oct. 20, which would require those who want to solicit alongside roads to get a permit from the Genesee County Road Commission.  The regulation would also give authority for code enforcement to pass out tickets for the issue and allow the United Way to produce literature with contacts for help for those that may be homeless.  Officials in Flint, say there may be more changes needed in the ordinance before bringing it to the board at the November 10th Flint Township meeting.

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Father And Son Plead Guilty To Drug Charges; Son To Face Murder Charges

  James Donald VanCallis, 32, and his father, James Bernard VanCallis, 66, pleaded guilty to manufacturing marijuana, while charges of maintaining a drug house and habitual offender were dismissed.  The two were arrested in July after investigators found an alleged marijuana grow operation at their Marquette Road home.  Just over two weeks, following the search…

Father And Son Plead Guilty To Drug Charges; Son To Face Murder Charges

 

James Donald VanCallis

James Donald VanCallis

James Donald VanCallis, 32, and his father, James Bernard VanCallis, 66, pleaded guilty to manufacturing marijuana, while charges of maintaining a drug house and habitual offender were dismissed.  The two were arrested in July after investigators found an alleged marijuana grow operation at their Marquette Road home.  Just over two weeks, following the search of the residence, police executed search warrants in an Armada murder investigation.  James Donald VanCallis was named a person of interest in the death of April Millsap.  He was charged on October 9 with first-degree murder, felony murder, and assault with intent to commit sexual penetration.  A November 13th pre-exam conference is set for VanCallis in Macomb County District Judge Denis LeDuc’s courtroom, with preliminary examination on the murder charges Dec. 16 and 17.  The VanCallises will be sentenced in St. Clair County on the drug charges Nov. 24.

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