A Belding woman acted in lawful self-defense when she fatally shot her boyfriend eight times after he attacked her while on multiple drugs in front of their child. Ionia County Prosecutor Kyle Butler issued the legal ruling on Friday.
The halls of Belding High School were filled with members of the public Thursday, celebrating the successes of the community and learning more about local businesses and organizations.
Hallways were decked with artwork students made specifically to display during the showcase. Middle school and elementary school students were performing in the auditorium. People were walking about excitedly, talking with each other.
A Belding woman acted in lawful self-defense when she fatally shot her boyfriend eight times after he attacked her while on multiple drugs in front of their child.
The Ionia County Prosecutor’s Office issued the ruling this afternoon.
Some city parks are in the beginning stages of an extreme makeover. During a public meeting on April 11, the Belding Recreation Advisory Board welcomed two representatives, Robert Doyle and Andrew McDowell, from architectural firm SmithGroupJJR in Ann Arbor.
Woodview Elementary School is getting a partial re-roof over the course of the next three years.
During Monday evening’s meeting, the Belding Area Schools Board of Education approved a bid from Rasmussen Exteriors of Grand Rapids for $317,897.32, which will be broken down and added to the budgets of the 2015-2016, 2016-2017, 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 school years.
Community members are invited to Belding High School to enjoy an evening of fun.
Thursday marks the 20th annual Belding Community Showcase, which will take place from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
The Belding City Council introduced a home occupancy ordinance during Tuesday evening’s meeting.
The Belding Area Schools Transportation Department will have a little bit more room come July.
Chandra DeGood positions her body in a half-crouch, as she prepares to heave a disc toward a basket barely visible through the trees. The four other women playing their way through the disc golf course at SMASH park in Belding on Saturday watched quietly as DeGood threw her drive down the fairway and then complimented her on the distance.
A familiar face will be filling a vacant seat on the Belding Area Schools Board of Education.
Andrea Booker, a previous board member, was reappointed during a special meeting Tuesday evening. She was appointed with a 4-2 vote, with Shannon Hummel and Doug Lamborne opposed.