You hear a lot of stories in 54 of years of listening. Russell “Rusty” Schlienz will share some of those stories with the public when he signs his new book, “Talking to the Mirror,” at L’Image Salon at 328 S. Lafayette St. in Greenville from 2 to 4 p.m. Friday.
Rivers are one of Michigan’s most precious treasures. They are amazingly self-sustaining and beautiful throughout all seasons. However, they are still susceptible to the pollutants of animals and humans.
There is a big red “sold” sign on the north side of Greenville which has been causing a buzz since early July.
Everyone has been wondering what that sign, slapped over the Michigan Commercial Properties advertisement at 1015 North Lafayette St., means for the former Ponderosa building.
On Monday afternoon, there was some transplanting going on around Montcalm County.
Marijuana transplanting that is.
The city council is considering a takeover of the non-hostile kind.
During last Tuesday’s Greenville City Council meeting , council members discussed a request by property owners in the Forest View Development to make improvements to streets within the development by creating a special assessment district. In order to do so, the city must first absorb the streets into the public street system.
Several streets in Greenville are going to see some serious renovations in the near future.
During Tuesday’s Greenville City Council meeting, council members voted to approve bids to sealcoat 12 portions of streets in the city as well as to remove 53 dead ash trees along several streets.
Sitting in the hospital with any ailment is not what one would call a pleasant experience. However, a group of volunteers were working hard on Monday to at least bring a smile to the faces of some Greenville and Belding residents who found themselves infirmed.
Two decades is a long time to put your heart and soul into something, but the Heartland House has been doing just that.
On Friday, the Greenville agency celebrated its 20th anniversary with an open house luncheon.
When it comes to standalone accessory building regulations, the Eureka Township Planning Commission does not take the job sitting down. During Wednesday night’s meeting, the Planning Commission held a public hearing on a standalone accessory building ordinance in the township. It was a short public hearing as nary a one township resident attended the meeting to address the ordinance.
Straight out of a superhero movie, the Greenville Public Schools Board of Education is embarking on an epic quest to find a new superintendent. And time is of the essence.