The Keel News

“Everyone seems to agree on this”: Southeast Michigan comes together to plan connected trails system
February 26, 2021
- Stakeholders have adopted a more regional approach, thinking in terms of projects that build trail connections not just within a single county but across Southeast Michigan.

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Meet Tim and Matt Browning, owners of the new Riverside Sports Academy in Port Huron
February 25, 2021
- Through all of life's lessons, Matt and Tim Browning have studied and beat the odds to achieve a success that few find in life, and continue to inspire others to reach new levels as well. They are true champions in their community.

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‘Cancer doesn’t stop for Covid’: Little Black Dress fundraiser to stream online
February 25, 2021
- Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Little Black Dress will be a virtual event, streaming online through Facebook Live on Friday, March 5. Guests are still encouraged to get dressed up, enjoy a cocktail and make a night of it. Dance like no one’s watching, as the old saying goes.

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The story behind the alternate reality of Huron City Radio, a new podcast with a local bent
February 18, 2021
- “Huron City is my interpretation, for want of a better word, of being a stranger in a strange place,” says Daniel Williams, creator of the Huron City Radio podcast. “I feel part of here but still, I don’t always know what’s going on.”

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Port Huron chef receives national recognition
February 17, 2021
- “It’s imperative to have seasoned chefs and educators serving on the commission and overseeing policy that is relevant and impactful to culinary schools and the industry,” says Chef Recinella.

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A man on a mission: Port Huron’s Alphonso Amos fights for those left behind
February 11, 2021
- Alphonso Amos works tirelessly with multiple organizations and nonprofits; and not just in our community, but others as well. Driven by passion and the desire to serve, Amos is aware that if he stops or falters, others may go without.

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A Guide to Port Huron with Tyler Moldovan
February 11, 2021
- “Circumstances brought me here, but something about the city drew me in,” says Tyler Moldovan. He is an example of the fresh new perspectives that the younger generation is bringing to the city, says The Keel’s Mikaela Westrick.

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From Whence We Came: Permanent Black history exhibit debuts at Carnegie Center this weekend
February 11, 2021
- “We’re especially aware of it in February, because it’s Black History Month, but Black history is American history. It’s local history. It’s not a separate thing,” says Andrew Kercher. “It deserves to be acknowledged year-round.”

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Young family moves to St. Clair, opens blow dry and beauty bar: ‘I just love the community here’
February 4, 2021
- Like many a Michigander with connections to Canada, Ashley Macpherson has made the trip so many times that she’s grown a great affinity for the Blue Water Area. So much so, in fact, that Ashley and her young family recently packed up and moved from metro Detroit to St. Clair, purchasing a home and putting their roots down in November 2019.

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Café and vintage clothing shop partner on drink specials and discounts in downtown Port Huron
February 4, 2021
- “I think with our downtown, specifically, we are all such a good team. The other coffee shops, the other sandwich shops — we all work together. We want each other to succeed, we want everyone to support us all,” Kate Voss says. “It’s really nice. We’re pretty much all friends, we’re all in this together.”

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