As the Tivoli Garden Beer Tent will not be held during this year’s 49th annual Danish Festival, downtown businesses and the city prepare for where festival goers might spend their time. Danish Festival Executive Director Pamela Jorae stated it was declining numbers that caused the event to be canceled.
Many local drivers will be testing out a new type of asphalt that could be used throughout the rest of the state in future road projects.
A driver was taken by AeroMed to Spectrum Health Butterworth Hospital in Grand Rapids after crashing with a dump truck.
Changes have been made to Greenville’s sewer usage ordinance to stay compliant with the frequent changes to federal law. The updated ordinance mainly applies to industrial users.
City residents will see an increase on their water and sewer bills due to the result of decreased revenue.
During Tuesday’s meeting, the city council approved a 5 percent rate increase for water and a 10 percent rate increase for sewer.
The Fighting Falcon Military Museum in Greenville will soon have more usable space to use for storage and more.
A new director has been named for the Greenville Department of Public Safety after a recommendation from City Manager George Bosanic. During Tuesday’s meeting, the council confirmed the appointment of Mark Reiss, 48, of Dayton, Ohio, who will begin his director duties on Aug. 1.
One day throughout the summer, students have the ability to attend a summer library program that provides fun and educational programs. Every Tuesday from now until Aug. 20, local students are able to attend Cedar Crest Elementary School in Greenville and participate in its summer library program.
The city of Greenville has narrowed its search for a Public Safety director to three candidates.
This position, which became vacant when Michael Pousak resigned after just a year on the job, has been filled by Interim Director Michael Stuck since the end of May. After thorough background checks and research on the candidates, City Manager George Bosanic announced the top three candidates for the position.
The Montcalm Township Fire Department will be able to offer pool-filling services in the near future.
During the township board meeting on Wednesday, the trustees voted to allow the fire department to offer the service to township residents.