One of two Ada men charged with the misuse of grant funds awarded to their Greenville company has reached a plea agreement with Montcalm County prosecutors.
The Greenville City Council gave approval for the demolition of two structures at 112 W. Gibson in the city because they have deteriorated to a point where the structures are unsafe.
Rep. Justin Amash, R-Cascade Township, once again earned the Republican nod for congressman for Michigan’s 3rd District by defeating fellow Republican challenger Brian Ellis on Tuesday.
State Rep. Lisa Posthumus Lyons, R-Alto, earned her party’s nod in Tuesday’s primary election, topping her opponent Angela Rigas, also a Republican from Alto.
The Michigan State Police are looking for suspects involved in setting off multiple homemade explosives in and around the Greenville area.
Two Greenville residents will face off against each other for the Montcalm County Board of Commissioners District 1 seat being vacated by Ron Blanding, who will not run for re-election.
State Rep. Lisa Posthumus Lyons, R-Alto, is being challenged in her bid for re-election to the 86th District by Angela Rigas, also a Republican from Alto. The winner of the Tuesday’s primary election will face Democratic candidate Lynn Mason of Belding in November’s general election.
Rep. Justin Amash, R-Cascade Township, is running for his third term as the congressman for Michigan’s 3rd District. Amash will face challenger Brian Ellis for the Republican win in Tuesday’s primary election. The winner of Tuesday’s election will face Democrat Bob Goodrich of Kentwood in November’s general election.
When the Greenville Area Car Show held its first event 10 years ago, it was lucky if it had 50 cars line the streets. A decade later, the show has quadrupled in size and draws car enthusiasts from throughout Montcalm County and surrounding areas.
Believe it or not, another school year is just around the corner and area organizations are teaming up to provide local students in need with back-to-school supplies. The Operation School Supplies program accepts donated supplies and provides them to hundreds of students in Greenville-area schools.