Students who purchase their lunches at Belding Area School in the 2015-2016 school year will notice a small increase in the price they pay for their daily meal.
A local man charged with robbing the Burger King restaurant near Belding last January has pleaded guilty to robbery and drug charges.
The federal lawsuit filed by Belding resident Katherine Henry against former City Manager Meg Mullendore and the city of Belding came to a settlement conclusion last month upon an agreement between all parties involved.
Up until now, the only turkeys in Montcalm County that have been knocked down have been those on the bowling lane. However, that is about to change. Starting next Monday, hunters will be out in the woods trying to bag the wily wild turkey. Spring turkey season opens up at 6:20 a.m. on April 20 and hunters are getting excited to get out in the field.
A Saranac man died following a Sunday evening vehicle crash. At 8:19 p.m., Michigan State Police (MSP) Lakeview Post troopers responded to a crash on Parsonage Road, just east of Darby Road, in Boston Township in Ionia County.
Who could ask for better neighbors than those who bring together 1,400 people in a celebratory event overflowing with community pride? It’s been two years since a Good Neighbor Award was bestowed upon a resident or group organization in this community by the Belding City Council, but January’s “Fill the Gym Night” at Belding High School caught the attention of Councilman Jerry Lallo.
For as long as most residents can remember, Orleans Township Board meetings have begun with the reciting of the Pledge of Allegiance.
Beginning in April, meetings will start with a prayer.
Trail lovers will soon have access to 125 miles of Michigan trails starting right from Jackson’s Landing Park in Greenville.
During the latest Greenville City Council meeting, the council voted in favor of applying for a Michigan Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) Trust Fund grant to complete a portion of the Fred Meijer Flat River Valley Rail-Trail from Greenville to Belding.
When women and children in Ionia and Montcalm counties fleeing domestic or sexual violence don’t have a safe place to go, they turn to Relief After Violent Encounter — Ionia/Montcalm, Inc. (RAVE), which operates the only shelter for these victims in the two-county area.
Now RAVE is turning to the community to help stock its pantry shelves.
Festivals, gatherings and celebrations in this community are expected to run more smoothly after a special events policy was approved by Belding City Council on Tuesday night.
Members of the council voted unanimously 5-0 to adopt a policy that will require the regulation of special events within the city.