For veterans of war, talking about their experiences can be difficult for a myriad of different reasons, while others are more willing to open up about the things they saw during their years of service.
As the finishing touches are being placed on the soon-to-open Murphy Oil gas station, plans are in the works to add yet another commercial neighbor on the west end of town.
Touring a factory floor, greeting employees and asking questions of management, U.S. Sen. Gary Peters received an up-close look at manufacturing in Montcalm County. Peters, D-Pontiac, made several stops during a visit to West Michigan, including a stop at Greenville Tool & Die on Thursday.
Jordyn Keselring, an 11-year-old student at Greenville Middle School, got the chance to see a dream of hers realized. Keselring attended Friday’s dedication of a buddy bench on the Baldwin Heights Elementary School playground; a bench that wouldn’t be there if it weren’t for her.
The Greenville City Council found absolutely no difficulty in approving a generous amount of donated funds to the city Tuesday evening.
In four separate motions, the council, with Councilman Lloyd Scoby absent, unanimously approved more than $145,000 in funds from the Greenville Area Community Foundation (GACF) for four potential projects.
It’s been a little more than two years since Greenville was selected as the location for CiTiC Dicastal to form and launch its first aluminum wheel plant outside of China. The new company, Dicastal North America Inc., was formed in August 2014 and remodeling activity began on a site with two buildings located in the city’s industrial park, previously occupied by United Solar Ovonic.
Fifth grade students at Cedar Crest Elementary School are standing up for their chances to learn. Through a $23,514 grant secured from the Greenville Area Community Foundation (GACF), Jean Stevens and Connie Masters were able to acquire 60 AlphaBetter standing desks and 60 stools for both fifth grade classrooms at Cedar Crest Elementary School.
A new sort of fundraiser is taking Greenville Middle School by storm. Through a partnership with a website called “Raise Craze,” middle school students are pledging to do acts of community service with varying degrees of impact in exchange for donations.
Andrea Leslie decided to pursue a career in healthcare after watching her father battle cancer when she was 14. She was inspired by the way healthcare workers impacted her father’s life. Leslie worked her way up through the healthcare ranks and is now the new president of Spectrum Health United and Kelsey hospitals.
Nearly a quarter century ago, members of St. Charles Catholic Church celebrated the dedication of a new building of worship, rebuilt after having been struck by lighting and destroyed by fire.
But only a small portion of the original colorful, hand-crafted stained glass windows were able to be saved and installed in the cathedral as they sit today.