Rowdy shoppers, often pushing and shoving to get at what they wanted, jostled for items as they crammed the aisles of stores during the dark mayhem of Black Friday sales … is what many thought they would hear after the fact. However, the truth of the matter was vastly different. At least when it came to Greenville.
In an effort to meet the demands of an increasing number of students with autism, a new middle school classroom opened at Seiter Education Center. The classroom opened Nov. 2, providing a place for five incoming students with severe autism spectrum disorder (ASD) to the area to learn.
Pencil lead. That’s what most people think of when they hear the word “graphite.” It’s understandable, considering graphite has been used in pencils since the mid-1600s (incidentally, actual lead never was used in the manufacture of pencils — it was always graphite).
OAKFIELD TOWNSHIP — At least two people were injured in an accident that took place near the intersection of M-57 and Holmden Drive Tuesday morning. According to Michigan State Police at the scene, a westbound vehicle on M-57 was stopped to turn left when another vehicle — driven by an allegedly inattentive driver — came up behind [...]
The image that enters one’s mind when thinking of a homeless person can be quite misleading.
Perhaps it is a man sitting next to a shopping cart, huddled beneath a wore-torn blanket while grasping a bottle of spirits wrapped within a brown paper bag. Or maybe it’s a veteran suffering from post traumatic stress disorder, standing on the corner of a street wearing holding a crude cardboard sign asking for help of any kind.
A Greenville man was killed Monday when his car collided with a semi-truck on M-57 in Algoma Township.
Jimmy Lee King, 35, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Readers paging through Montcalm County’s tourism magazine may notice the omission of a certain community — the county’s largest city. Greenville was not included in Montcalm County’s 2015-2016 tourism magazine.
Sprayed in orange paint on the east facing of the building, a graffiti marking at Belgreen Seventh Day Adventist Church appears to be directly targeted against the faith practiced at the church.
Amy Homich is not only a person who has a heart for others, she is also a mover and shaker, and knows how to get things done.
This was repeatedly illustrated Tuesday night at the Women’s Action Network’s (WAN) 32nd annual Woman of the Year award ceremony, where accolades were given for Homich’s community volunteerism.
When starting a new job, sometimes it’s challenging to hit the ground running.
Yet, newly-signed Greenville Public Schools Superintendent Linda Van Houten is doing just that.