The Greenville Public Schools Board of Education adopted a proposed $33.6-million budget for the 2014-15 fiscal year.
The city of Greenville was awarded an $8,000 grant last week from the Greenville Area Community Foundation for maintenance work along the Fred Meijer Flat River Trail. The grant will help fund the recoating of railings along the boardwalk near Greenville Tool & Die on the south end of Greenville.
Just weeks after getting a $5,000-per-year commitment from the city of Greenville, the Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce has signed a service contract with The Right Place Inc. to provide economic development support services.
The Greenville City Council on Tuesday passed a balanced, $4.38 million proposed general fund budget for the 2014-2015 fiscal year; a budget that includes a 1 percent raise for city staff.
Now in its 79th year, there are few things that are more of a tradition in the area than the Montcalm County Fair.
The lawsuit between the city of Greenville and Eureka Township that stemmed from a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) is long settled, but the issue behind the request is far from being resolved.
When Greenville High School Spanish teacher Erin DeWind decided she wanted to teach, it wasn’t to seek recognition. She just wanted to share her passion with others.
The Greenville Public Schools Board of Education has named longtime district employee Michelle Blaszczynski as chief academic officer.
Blaszczynski replaces another longtime staffer, Diane Brissett, who is retiring.
The Greenville Planning Commission on Thursday set a public hearing for July 10 regarding potential language changes to downtown residency regulations.
The proposed new language would make it easier for upstairs rentals downtown.
The Greenville Downtown Development Authority (DDA) is considering whether to take action to further develop the parcel of land at the corner of M-91 and M-57. The parcel, commonly referred to as “the corner lot,” is privately owned and has been listed for sale for many years.