The recycling site within this township will be moving locations in a matter of weeks.
After 20 years as a local educational institution, Grattan Academy Charter School is about to undergo two of the largest changes in its history.
During Monday evening’s Board of Directors meeting, board members voted unanimously to drop “Grattan” from the name entirely and to rename the school “Belding-Greenville Preparatory Charter Academy” as part of a new branding effort to change the image of the school.
Members of the Downtown Development Authority continued discussion Tuesday morning on the idea of installing interpretive signs in the downtown district.
Members of the Grattan Academy Board of Directors voted unanimously Monday evening to rename the charter school.
In the two Republican primary races for local state representatives, one challenger walked away with an easy victory, while the second race proved to be a very close call. Voters elected Jim Lower of Cedar Lake to run for Michigan’s 70th State House District and Thomas Albert of Grattan Township to run for Michigan’s 86th State House District.
With 41 of 41 precincts reporting, voters have elected Thomas Albert of Grattan Township as the representative of the Republican party to run for Michigan’s 86th State House District in November.
With 39 of 39 precincts reporting, voters have elected Jim Lower of Cedar Lake as the representative of the Republican party to run for the 70th District House in November.
“Riding off into the sunset” may be a well known Hollywood movie cliché, but for Brad Hool, heading toward that picturesque setting sun is exactly what he intends to do.
It was less than one year ago that Gov. Rick Snyder signed a $1.2 billion road funding package into law, but don’t expect that to lead to smoother commutes in and out of Montcalm County. On Wednesday, the Greater Greenville Transportation Committee gathered for the third quarterly meeting of the year and discussed the state of local roads.
With Tuesday’s primary election just around the corner, undecided minds have one final opportunity to listen to this year’s candidates for three important local races. On Monday evening, a candidate forum will take place at the Ash Technology Learning Center at the Montcalm Community College’s (MCC) Greenville Campus at 1325 Yellow Jacket Drive in Greenville.