As the bell rings signaling the start of the school day, Rylie Whitten should be tuning her violin for orchestra class. By lunchtime, she should be sitting with her fellow sophomore friends, eating and sharing laughs in the commons areas.
The lure of easy millions has lottery fans opening their wallets at party stores across the nation.
The hope of winning tonight’s $800 million Powerball Jackpot — the largest in U.S. lottery history — is attracting even those who have never played before.
The Central Michigan Enforcement Team (CMET) arrested an out-of-state suspect during a traffic stop for possession of marijuana with intent to deliver near Greenville on Thursday.
This was part of an ongoing CMET investigation involving a subject coming to Michigan and setting up medical marijuana grow operations with the intent to take the marijuana back out of state to sell.
When school is closed and snow is in abundance, there is one place that Greenville children refer to as their winter sanctuary — Tower Mountain Park. Riding on a sled and rushing down the steep slopes within the 10-acre park is an activity so synonymous with the winter season, it could very well be considered a right of passage for local youths.
As if sitting atop some steadily sinking quicksand, the floor of the Greenville Transit System bus garage appears to be disappearing beneath itself. According to City Manager George Bosanic, that is exactly what has happened due to poor soil quality underneath the facility, resulting in plans to build a new facility to house the city’s transport busses, located at 240 E. Fairplains St.
Literacy is arguably the most important aspect to success in the modern world. Without the ability to read, write and comprehend the written word, a young person’s chances for advancement are significantly reduced. It was in recognition of this fact that, in the autumn of 2013, several area educators, residents and administrators came up with the idea of providing easily accessible reading materials at locations throughout the city.
Members of the Greenville City Council voted unanimously Tuesday evening to approve the use of special legal counsel and to authorize City Manager George Bosanic to use the attorneys at his discretion.
“Shots fired. I repeat: Shots fired. We have an active shooter at the high school.” These are words no one wants to ever hear. Yet, words everyone in the United States is all too familiar with as 2015 draws to a close.
If there is one thing Ron Wood believes in it is helping his fellow man. Wood is the director of Barrie’s House at Settlement Lutheran Church in Gowen. Barrie’s House is a food pantry and clothing distribution center that aims to help those who need it no matter what the situation.
Many families have the annual tradition of going to visit a Santa Claus each year, but for one local family, it isn’t just about seeing a Santa, it is about seeing THE Santa. Eric and Angela Porter of Greenville and their three boys — Andrew, 12, Bryce, 10, and Cullen, 6 — don’t just want to visit Santa, for the past six years, they seek out their specific Santa.