St. Paul Church hosting Christmas event on Dec. 19
Event posted Dec. 1, 2020
Event posted Dec. 1, 2020
The Huron Hub
Posted Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2020
11:15 AM EDT
Gov. Whitmer will host a 2:30 p.m. live streaming update Tuesday afternoon on Michigan’s coronavirus response.
Whitmer will be joined by Dr. Joneigh Khaldun, chief medical executive for Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.
Post by The Huron Hub
Monday, Nov. 30, 2020 — 7:45 a.m. EST
Winter Weather Advisory for Wayne County
Issued by National Weather Service
…WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM 3 PM THIS AFTERNOON TO NOON EST TUESDAY…
* WHAT…Snow expected. Total snow accumulations of 2 to 3 inches.
* WHERE…Oakland, Macomb, Washtenaw, Wayne, Lenawee and Monroe Counties.
* WHEN…From 3 PM this afternoon to noon EST Tuesday.
* IMPACTS…Plan on slippery road conditions. The hazardous conditions could impact the evening commute today and morning commute on Tuesday.
* ADDITIONAL DETAILS…A mix of light rain and snow will change to snow today. Light accumulations on grassy surfaces will be possible today with accumulation on roadways increasing between 3 pm and 6 pm and especially tonight.
Slow down and use caution while traveling.
Posted by Scott Bolthouse
The Huron Hub
Sunday, Nov. 29, 2020
Accumulating snow is forecasted for Monday into Tuesday in Metro Detroit.
The National Weather Service in Detroit says snow is expected Monday and lasts through the day Tuesday.
Forecasters say uncertainty remains in the exact track of the low which will affect snow totals.
Stay tuned for refinements in coming forecasts.
At this time a general 2 to 5 inches of snow is expected by the time the snow system is complete.
Please see the NWS weather graphic below for more information.
The Huron Hub, like many local news websites, posts regular snow and weather forecasts that affect the region. Our goal with these posts is to keep our readers informed.
This morning, ahead of the upcoming snow forecasted for next week, our inbox received a rather rude, anonymous message telling us that our snow forecast “for Sunday” was wrong. The reader who sent that message failed to look at the date stamp on the article that they were referencing.￼ The reader somehow missed the dateline at the top of the article. Datelines are posted on every Huron Hub article for obvious reasons – to know whether or not the article posted is recent or out of date. The anonymous reader, who decided not to share their contact info, was referring to last weekend’s snow forecast for Sunday, Nov. 22. We received a dusting of snow that day. The article even had a NWS weather graphic inside of it with a date stamp on it.
We would have responded to this reader in a private message, but they dropped a clearly hastily made email without providing a return email address. Sounds like a keyboard warrior, to us.
Reading comprehension is paramount.
Check the dates on our articles before sending errors/corrections.
Posted by The Huron Hub Nov. 25, 2020
Andie Martin, senior at Huron High School in New Boston, signed a National Letter of Intent to play golf at Saginaw Valley State University.
Martin placed in the top 10 at the girls high school state tournament this year, and received all-state honors for division two high school.
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Posted by Scott Bolthouse The Huron Hub Nov. 24, 2020
Michigan officials are urging residents not to panic buy during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Supply chain officials are responding to recent reports that consumers are buying larger quantities than necessary at stores.
Panic buying, especially items like toilette paper and sanitizing products, is on the rise in the U.S., according to a Nov. 20 report from Reuters.
“Michigan has an ample supply of food products and other items. But, when shoppers panic buy products like toilet paper, paper towel and other items, it creates a ripple effect within the supply chain,” said Gary McDowell, director of Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development. “Buying what your household will use for the week keeps the supply chain moving, ensures everyone has access to what they need and allows the stores to replenish shelves for your next shopping trip.”
According to McDowell, COVID-19 has changed everything about how people come together, especially with the holidays right around the corner.
“The impact of this pandemic has not been easy, and it is not over as we see rampant community spread,” he added. “One thing we can all do to help each other during this time is buying only what you need. This ensures your friends and neighbors have access to food and other necessary products during this pandemic.”
Signaling evidence of consumers starting to panic shop at levels first seen during the early months of the pandemic, William Hallan, CEO and president of Michigan Retailers Association, urges Michiganders to limit purchases to a week’s worth of supply.
“Retailers across the state continue to work hard to restore and maintain product levels in stores to meet the demand in communities,” said Hallan. “Consumers need to know that stores, particularly grocery stores, will remain open. Consumers should plan for essentials in weekly increments to ensure that supply levels remain steady over the next few weeks. As retailers continue to do their part to keep retail environments safe to shop, we are asking consumers to do their part by limiting quantities to ensure there is enough for everyone.”
If consumers are leery about shopping in person, Hallan encourages consumers to consider using services like curbside pick-up and home delivery.
Meijer, which has 120 Supercenters and grocery stores throughout the State of Michigan, continues to focus on keeping ample supply for its customers.
“Our goal is to have everything our customers need, and our supply chain and store teams are working very hard to keep our shelves stocked during these busy times,” said Todd Weer, senior vice president of Meijer stores. “As long as shoppers buy the number of items they normally would, then everyone should be able to check off the items on their grocery list when they visit the store.”
Posted by Scott Bolthouse The Huron Hub Nov. 23, 2020
The Romulus Fire Department, with support from the Romulus Ministerial Alliance, delivered 1,500 cloth masks to four churches in the city of Romulus over the weekend.
In addition, the fire department plans to distribute 2,500 masks to Romulus’ ministerial community, for a total of 4,000 masks.
The Romulus Fire Department participates in the “Mask Up, Michigan” campaign as a community action agent, allowing the department the opportunity to provide free masks to the community.
In August, the fire department acquired 3,000 cloth masks and delivered throughout the community to senior centers, the Romulus Public Library and City Hall.
Posted Saturday, Nov. 21, 2020
The first measurable snowfall of the season in southeast Michigan is forecasted for Sunday.
The National Weather Service in Detroit says mixed precipitation, along with snowfall accumulations, are likely Sunday morning, with amounts up to 1-3″ possible.
Higher snowfall amounts look to be west and north of the Detroit area.
Posted by Scott Bolthouse The Huron Hub Nov. 19, 2020
Development is moving along at the Pinnacle Aeropark site off Vining Road in the township’s north end.
Two warehouse structures can be seen being constructed while heavy truck traffic is consistently moving materials to and from the property.
In December 2019, Wayne County announced the sale of the Pinnacle Aeropark Property to HS Commerce 275 LLC — a joint venture between Hillwood Enterprise, L.P. and Sterling Group.
The 650-acre property was sold then for nearly for $4.9 million.
Initial site plans called for two storage or warehouse type buildings totaling more than 600,000 square feet.
Photos: Development at Pinnacle Aeropark in Huron Township on Nov. 19, 2020.
Photos by Scott Bolthouse — The Huron Hub.
Under the sale terms approved by the Wayne County Commission in October 2019, the purchasers agreed to invest $40 million into the property within five years.
The site, which is bordered by Pennsylvania, Wayne, Sibley and Vining roads, includes 350 acres of County-owned land and the 300-acre Pinnacle Race Course site, which was acquired after foreclosure in 2019 via the right of refusal process.
In 2016, structures and debris from the defunct Pinnacle Race Course were removed following an agreement between the County and the property’s then-owner to clear the site.
Photos: Pinnacle Race Course demolition
To view The Huron Hub’s complete coverage of the Pinnacle property, including the defunct race track through the recently announced proposed development, please visit this archive on HuronHub.com.