Tyler Nelson has a job to do. He wakes up in the morning, puts on his uniform and hat, packs a backpack with lunch and other necessities and he sets out. He walks approximately two miles each way on his commute to work.
With Tuesday’s primary election just around the corner, undecided minds have one final opportunity to listen to this year’s candidates for three important local races. On Monday evening, a candidate forum will take place at the Ash Technology Learning Center at the Montcalm Community College’s (MCC) Greenville Campus at 1325 Yellow Jacket Drive in Greenville.
What do “Around the World in 80 Days,” “Rat Race” and “The Wizard of Oz” all have in common? All of those movies have scenes in which characters travel in hot air balloons.
From displaying political opinions to advertising local garage sales, yard signage is clearly in abundance throughout Ionia and Montcalm counties. With two elections occurring within the next four months and numerous individuals campaigning for a shot at public office, there may not be a single city street that doesn’t have at least one marker placed alongside it in support of a candidate or cause.
Thanks to the watchful eye of a nearby camper and a quick response by firefighters, the Greenville Moose Lodge remains standing today. At 11:45 p.m. Sunday, firefighters with the Montcalm Township Fire Department were dispatched to the lodge at 5449 S. Greenville Road, one mile north of Greenville.
Craft brewing is a booming industry throughout Michigan and the nation. With the opening of the brewery in Greenville, that industry is alive and well within the boundaries of the city. Another local business is benefitting from the industry as well.
To paint the last five consecutive Danish Festival murals, Luverne Dickinson Adamson has started out the same way.
She starts by reading the story the Danish Festival theme is based on. This year, it is
“The Flea and the Professor,” by Hans Christian Andersen.
Then, she reads the story again. And again. And again. Eventually, she really gets to know the story and can understand it in a way that helps her capture the essence of it to put down in paint, which she can then confidently display in town.
One building at a time, Davide Uccello is transforming his ever-growing interest in this community’s downtown into a physical reality. When Springrove Variety closed its doors in 2015 after nearly 20 years of business, it left a wide, vacant storefront exposed along S. Lafayette Street in downtown Greenville.
If proposed architectural renderings are any indication of what is to come in the near future, storefronts along Lafayette Street are in for a big change.
During Tuesday evening’s Greenville City Council meeting, the council voted unanimously to approve a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) facade grant application with the Michigan Economic Development Corp. (MEDC).
Members of the Greenville City Council voted unanimously Tuesday evening to purchase software from Lexis Nexis for the Greenville Department of Public Safety.