A successful city needs a successful chamber of commerce. As it turns out, Greenville has one of the best. After yet another successful year advocating for this community, the Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce held its annual meeting and awards celebration. The event highlighted the accomplishments of the chamber last year and handed out annual awards.
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Every musician who picks up an instrument dreams of making it big. Whether it is a guitar, a trumpet or even a kazoo, those who posses musical talent want to play for a crowd. Big or small. That goes double for a rock band. Maybe even triple.
In October 2012, Grace Wilhelm and her husband, the Rev. Jeff Wilhelm, were driving back from a prayer conference on Mackinac Island when Grace received a phone call that shook the very foundation of her life.
Tammy Hollinshead is planning a zombie apocalypse. Ground zero will be Turk Lake.
The Greenville Downtown Development Authority exists to improve the many facets of downtown — from the facades to the streets to the parks to the very atmosphere of downtown.
For the past week it has been cold in Montcalm County. Very cold. Thursday and today, it was a kind of bitter and harsh cold that slaps one in the face with icy fingers. A cold that can bite and cause lasting effects if people are not careful.
During its first meeting in 2015, the Greenville City Council started the year off by working to expand a development in the city. The City Council held a public hearing concerning a planned unit development (PUD) presented by Hathaway Properties, LLC and Leisure Living Management. The PUD is located just to the east of Meadow Ridge Apartments on the south side of Meijer Drive.
Although it has taken a long time to reach them, Montcalm Township recently came into some money left to it by Stan and Blanche Ash. The township received $10,000 from the last will and testament of Blanche Ash, who wished the money would be used to support the Montcalm Township Fire Department.
When it comes to the phrase “’Tis the season to be merry” no one takes it more seriously than Baldwin Heights Elementary School Parent Teacher Organization President Ann Harvey. Especially when it comes to giving the children a true holiday experience.
Determining the proper zoning for a township is an ongoing, ever present issue for township governments, but that is the nature of the game, according to Eureka Township Supervisor Rod Roy.