Of all the signs that the holiday season has officially begun, the most impressive and musically pleasing may be when the Grand Rapids Symphony comes to town.
It all started with a phone call from a former Greenville High School principal seeking the family of a former student.
This community’s first electrical lights? Installed in 1888. The first brick laid on Lafayette Street? Placed in 1910.
A former prosecutor appointed judge was handily elected to the bench Tuesday.
Jim Lower of Cedar Lake has been elected to his first term as state representative for the 70th District, while Thomas Albert of Grattan Township has been elected to his first term as state representative for the 86th District.
A road millage in Home Township and fire millages in Montcalm and Sidney townships were all approved by voters Tuesday.
Jordyn Keselring, an 11-year-old student at Greenville Middle School, got the chance to see a dream of hers realized. Keselring attended Friday’s dedication of a buddy bench on the Baldwin Heights Elementary School playground; a bench that wouldn’t be there if it weren’t for her.
O’Connor’s Shoes will no longer be one of six projects in the downtown district to receive grant funding for facade improvements.
The Greenville City Council found absolutely no difficulty in approving a generous amount of donated funds to the city Tuesday evening.
In four separate motions, the council, with Councilman Lloyd Scoby absent, unanimously approved more than $145,000 in funds from the Greenville Area Community Foundation (GACF) for four potential projects.
A police academy of a different sort celebrated graduation Tuesday at Montcalm Community College.
A group of 25 excited men and women gathered to receive certificates of completion for finishing the inaugural Montcalm County Citizens’ Police Academy put on through a partnership between the Michigan State Police (MSP) Lakeview Post and the Montcalm County Sheriff’s Department.