Members of the Greenville City Council voted unanimously Tuesday evening to remove a large number of no parking signs throughout the community.
There are a number of landmark birthdays throughout one’s life; milestones that people look forward to hitting as they age. At 16, it’s legal to get a driver’s license. At 18, it’s legal to vote. At 21, it’s legal to drink alcohol.
One person was injured after a camper trailer exploded in Langston Monday morning.
Jodie Faber of Greenville and Kelli Weeks of Ionia have both battled — and defeated — breast cancer. They now are looking at a different kind of battle: Survivorship.
Samantha Russel seems like an ordinary student. She’s funny, friendly and talkative. She’s involved in extracurriculars, including being the president of the National Honors Society and playing in the percussion section of the band. But she’s added an extraordinary accomplishment as a semifinalist in the 2017 National Merit Scholarship Program — the first Greenville High School student to boast that achievement since the early 2000s.
Shortly before 3:30 p.m. Friday afternoon, a black Nissan Altima and a High Grade Materials truck hauling two trailers collided on the corner of Hillcrest and Washington Streets.
A teenager died Thursday night at a Greenville residence.
Sage Salvador Juarez, 17, was found unresponsive at 9:06 p.m.
Kire Wierda is on a mission: To revitalize the mentoring program within Greenville Public Schools. Several years ago, the program was at the forefront of focus for the community but has since fallen to the wayside. Wierda is hoping to bring back that focus in order to fill the need for extra support that some students might have at every level of education.
Every third Monday of the month, a group of dedicated women gather in a meeting room of the Winter Inn in Greenville. They come together to talk, to network and to hear a presentation from different speakers before enjoying a dinner together. The group of women is the Women’s Action Network (WAN) of Montcalm County and is dedicated to supporting women in the professional world and economy of the local community.
When Joe and Amy Hanson (not their real names) moved from California to Michigan, they didn’t have jobs lined up or a place to live. In fact, they were homeless.