The Michigan State Police-Lakeview Post is currently investigating a three-car accident that resulted in a critical injury Monday.
Standing together in the giant confines of Ford Field, performing for the final time after a long and enduring season, members of the Tri County Marching Band took one last collective breath. There would be no do-over, no second chance, as for the first time in school history, the band was performing at the Michigan Competing Band Association (MCBA) State Finals.
Traveling along I-696, with vans full of parents and two busses containing all 105 members of the Belding High School Marching Band, the skyline of the Motor City was about to settle into view. The sun had yet to rise Saturday, but every Belding student was wide awake, ready to perform at the Michigan Competing Band Association State Finals at Ford Field.
The Greenville City Council found absolutely no difficulty in approving a generous amount of donated funds to the city Tuesday evening.
In four separate motions, the council, with Councilman Lloyd Scoby absent, unanimously approved more than $145,000 in funds from the Greenville Area Community Foundation (GACF) for four potential projects.
It’s been a little more than two years since Greenville was selected as the location for CiTiC Dicastal to form and launch its first aluminum wheel plant outside of China. The new company, Dicastal North America Inc., was formed in August 2014 and remodeling activity began on a site with two buildings located in the city’s industrial park, previously occupied by United Solar Ovonic.
Ready to embrace a bit of rest with an afternoon nap, Scott and Diana Evans found themselves anything but asleep after discovering their house was on fire Sunday afternoon.
For one quarter, despite nearly every card in the deck being stacked against Greenville, it appeared a first-round playoff victory was well within the realm of possibility.
But then, top-ranked, undefeated Lowell — making its 18th straight playoff appearance — did what it does best, and pulled away for a 42-17 victory Friday despite no lack of effort on behalf of the Yellow Jackets.
Over the nearly 15-mile stretch of state highway from U.S. 131 to the western city limits of Greenville, there are three intersections that operate with “stop-and-go” traffic lights. As of next spring, at the request of township officials and residents, there will now be one more stoplight.
When Congressman John Moolenaar visited the campus of Montcalm Community College on Monday, he was candid in giving an update on the current happenings in Washington, D.C.
After several years of analysis by the Michigan Department of Transportation, a new traffic signal is coming to an intersection on M-57.