The Greenville Planning Commission approved a special use permit to a downtown business owner for two upstairs apartments.
When nearly a half-inch of rain fell Thursday the mounds of snow acted as a sponge, soaking it up. Although it helped prevent major flooding, the compacted snow presented a new problem … the weight.
A Greenville High School graduate is one of two men seriously injured Friday during an incident at an artillery live-fire training exercise in which another man was killed.
After 14 years with the Greenville Department of Public Services (DPS), Tom Pollock left to take over the department of public works in Lake Odessa … but he never really left.
As a parent liaison for the Great Start Collaborative of Montcalm County, Mindy Train has a passion for advocating for children 5 and younger. It is that same drive she hopes to bring to the table for youngsters of all ages as the newly elected chairwoman of YOUTHINK Montcalm.
Twenty years after the Coalition of Greater Greenville first put together some of its areas of focus, the group Thursday looked back upon those goals and revamped them to guide its actions moving forward. While the group made great progress in many of the initial goals, members said, what it set out to do in 1994 are still what it hopes to accomplish.
The Greenville Department of Public Safety in December was awarded a grant by the Greenville Community Foundation for the purchasing of new turnout gear for the fire department and order has now been placed.
Thursday’s forecast calls for nearly an inch of freezing rain to fall on top of already melting piles of snow due to temperatures in the mid 40s, so water will be flowing. Just how much is yet to be seen.
Accepting the Greenville Planning Commission’s recommendation, the City Council voted 4-1 on Tuesday evening to deny a request by fellow Councilman Mark Lehman to rezone a portion of the Forest View planned use development (PUD).
Scalpel, please. Donning full surgeon gear, fifth-grade students at Baldwin Heights and Lincoln Heights elementary in Greenville got a first-person point of view of what it’s like to operate on different organs within the human torso.