Schools in the Belding district are currently on external lockdown while the Belding police department searches for a person of interest.
Representatives from the architectural firm SmithGroupJJR of Ann Arbor presented four different plans for revamping parks to Belding community members at a recent meeting. Robert Doyle and Andrew McDowell returned to town after gathering information from the public about what they would most like to see during a meeting of Belding’s recreation advisory board in April.
It was lucky for Belding seniors and their families the commencement ceremony was held indoors, owing to a brief but torrential downpour of rain Thursday evening.
“I think that’s rain, actually, so it’s a good thing we’re not on the football field,” Principal Brett Zuver quipped during his opening comments.
Alex Hubbert has his eyes fixed firmly on the sky. That’s where he wants to spend the next 30 years or so, piloting jets for the U.S. Air Force.
Central Michigan Enforcement Team (CMET) detectives assisted the Belding Police Department with the investigation of a methamphetamine lab at a Belding residence on Sunday.
Belding officers went to the residence attempting to locate a subject with an outstanding warrant. At the time of their arrival, the suspect was actively cooking meth in the garage of the residence using the one pot method.
Two people searching for morel mushrooms near Greenville came across an assaulted and injured woman Monday evening.
Two people were walking on Berridge Road south of Fenwick Road around 7 p.m. when they heard a woman calling for help. They found a 19-year-old Crystal woman who was badly injured. They drove the woman to Spectrum Health United Hospital in Greenville.
The second-grade students in Melissa Wright’s class received a very special gift from the soldiers they sent care packages to last year. Students were gifted an American flag that was flown from the tail of a helicopter over Afghanistan, as well as letters sent back from several soldiers .
The Daily News was named the best in the state Sunday in the annual Michigan Associated Press (AP) Media Editors newspaper competition.
The Daily News won for general excellence in Division 1 and was honored with 10 other awards during Sunday’s AP banquet in Lansing.
Ty Cobb, Marilyn Monroe and Walt Disney were among the living once again Wednesday afternoon. Woodview Elementary School invited family members and students to see the culmination of a research project fifth graders have been working on for the past several weeks.
A $1 million decision has been made about which company will be handling the South Bridge Street project. During Tuesday’s Belding City Council meeting, the council approved a bid from Kamminga & Roedvoets, Inc., a road construction firm with offices in Grand Rapids and Tampa, Fla.