Inside one of the more than 80 books to be donated to the Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital is a quote: “Reading gives us some place to go when we have to stay where we are.” Sometimes the only way children at DeVos Hospital can escape from the confines of their hospital room is through the imagination of reading.
Greenville High School Principal Jeff Wright has been named one of three finalist for the superintendent opening at Hastings Area Schools and will have a second interview Tuesday.
Due to an issue with the timing of when grant money will be available and when the township would like to install its four severe weather sirens at full service, the township gave approval to reallocate grant funds to radios for fire department.
It’s all about location, location, location. This was on the minds of the Greenville Downtown Development Authority (DDA) members as they continued discussions Tuesday of what and where a potential open-air structure would be in the city.
The Montcalm County Central Dispatch Center will be asking voters at a special election May 6 to renew a 911 surcharge which will collect up to $2.85 per phone line in the county.
Out of breath at the top of a flight of stairs and her lips and fingers tingling, a 363-pound Tiffany Duffield decided she had had enough. At 29 years old, she had to lose weight. “That was my breaking point. I called my husband and said I can’t do this anymore,” Duffield said. “I felt like I was going to die.”
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mark Schauer stopped at Huckleberry’s Restaurant Friday with the message of a need for change in Lansing, taking his shots at Gov. Rick Snyder.
Dozens of magazines at your fingertips, wherever you go, and free of cost. That’s what the Flat River Community Library is now offering its cardholders as part of membership with the library.
Greenville Public Schools officials have put together a committee to research how to best use the time the district has with students, considering alternative calendar options like summer classes for some students, more instructional days or even year-round schooling.
It might be tough to believe there is a market for septic waste, but Greenville officials have approved a plan which will bring in septage from outside sources to be processed at the city’s wastewater treatment plant.