In a heartfelt ceremony, the Seiter Educational Service Center celebrated the accomplishments of four of its graduates. Camille Bradley, Timothy Darnell, Kelanie Jones and J Charles Rockafellow all received their certificates of completion Friday.
The Michigan State Police are investigating a two-vehicle crash that occurred at 2:40 p.m. Thursday on M-91 south of Wise Road.
The accident occurred in front of Jorgi’s Marketplace at 6403 S. Greenville Road (M-91).
Veterans at Mid-Michigan Community College now have access to a new program launched by the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency and the Michigan College Access Network.
The program, known as the Michigan Veteran Education Initiative, places a veteran resource representative on college campuses throughout the state, to help provide one-on-one support and help with the transition from soldier to student.
Unbeknownst to most who dwell in Greenville, there has been an epic battle unfolding during the past couple of weeks. Albeit, that battle is being fought in suits and ties, with politely folded hands atop hardwood tables, in a board room.
Fans of Susan Lovell’s novel, “The Sandpiper,” will finally get the closure they’ve been longing for with her latest offering, “Behold a Rainbow.” Lovell will be in town from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at Robbins Book List to sign copies and discuss the book with readers.
Venturing into unknown waters can be trying for even the most stouthearted. But, as they say, fortune favors the bold.
For the second time in a week, Montcalm Township Hall was inundated with leather-clad bikers rolling-in on their Harleys … and one blue sedan. Burley, bearded and benevolent, members of The Chosen Ones joined the Montcalm Township Board to witness the final decision concerning their clubhouse.
GREENVILLE —The EZ Mart Mobil gas station in Greenville is one step closer to a complete renovation. On Thursday, the City of Greenville Planning Commission held a public hearing concerning a revised site plan for the EZ Mart construction project. Located at the corner of Clay and Washington Streets, the project will drastically expand the [...]
Renovating a building, whether business or residential needs, can be costly. However, there are a multitude of programs that can offer grants and low-interest loans to ease the financial burden on property owners looking to spruce up their buildings.
When it comes to showing off industrial technological skills, the students of the industrial arts programs at Greenville Public Schools are some of the best. Last Friday, students from the shop classes at Greenville High School and Greenville Middle School entered 84 projects into the Michigan Industrial Technology Education Society (MITES) regional competition. Joining more than 800 other entries at Coopersville High School, the Greenville students did exceptionally well in seven categories, including wood working, metal working, computer-aided design (CAD), welding and machining.