Brianna Rowland has overcome many obstacles in the most literal sense. Brianna, who will graduate from Greenville High School on Sunday, was born with a mild case of cerebral palsy, a neurological disorder caused by a non-progressive brain injury or malformation. Throughout her life, there have been many opportunities for her to give up, to accept the limitations her body has set and not try to exceed them.
Jorgensen’s closed the doors of its west side store in Greenville in 2010. Seven years later, plans are in the works for the grocery store to return to its former location off of W. Washington Street this summer.
Facebook isn’t the only place alumni of Greenville High School can stay in touch.
The Greenville Alumni Association will host its 128th annual banquet at Greenville Community Church at 5 p.m. Saturday with a social hour starting at 4 p.m.
The room of third-grade students in Jennifer’s Bowen’s class at Lincoln Heights Elementary School was quiet and the lights were dimmed. The chime of a singing bowl still resonated in the air as Kire Wierda told students to take deep, calming breaths.
A recent string of car break-ins has the Greenville Department of Public Safety (GDPS) warning residents to keep their car doors locked.
Residents of this community were treated to one of the more unique “parade of homes” in recent memory on Thursday.
At 9 a.m., two homes on Marvel Drive were transported throughout town via semi trucks, guided by a police and fire escort and accompanied by utility and public works employees as they traversed down several city streets.
The former director of the Greenville Department of Public Safety has pleaded as charged to health care fraud.
Mark Reiss, 50, of Greenville, and his ex-wife Christine Reiss, 47, of Grand Haven, were both charged with the maximum four-year felony after allegations that Christine illegally remained on Mark’s health insurance plan with the city of Greenville with Mark’s knowledge after the couple divorced in 2014. The amount of the fraud is between $113,000 and $130,000.
Graduating from high school is an indicator of great change in one’s life, and for the senior class of Flat River Academy, they are a testament of moving forward through positive change.
With a “little extra money” in comparison to previous years, this city’s proposed Capital Improvement Program (CIP) budget has come forward with some ambitious goals. On Tuesday evening, the Greenville City Council met during a special meeting to review the proposed budget which expands out six years, although City Manager George Bosanic limited the presentation to the 2017-2018 fiscal year, as it applies to the upcoming fiscal year budget to be approved in June.
The former director of the Greenville Department of Public Safety pleaded today as charged to health care fraud.