Two men were involved in a rollover crash Monday afternoon at the intersection of SW. Greenville Road (M-91) and W. Jenks Road. They were headed south on SW. Greenville Road (M-91) in a tan Chevy Blazer and, according to Deputy Director of Greenville Department of Public Safety Dennis Magirl, lost control of the vehicle due to icy road conditions.
The Montcalm Area Intermediate School District has been awarded a grant that was given to only 19 other districts nationwide.
The Sexual Risk Avoidance Education Grant provides sexual risk avoidance education for special education students in self-contained classrooms, which have smaller groups of students.
Tuesday evening is tea time.
Cynthia Wedge, the owner of English Cottage Tea in Grand Rapids, will be at the Flat River Community Library at 6:30 p.m. to give a presentation about tea, including the different varieties, its history and its health benefits.
There were robots present at a school board meeting Monday evening … but luckily, not robots from a James Cameron film. Three students from Emily Mason’s Greenville Middle School innovative solutions class were in attendance to show off the robots they built from a special Lego set acquired after Mason secured a grant through the Education Foundation of Greenville (EFG).
Eight months after the effort was proposed, additional financial assistance may come to fruition for Flo’s Pizzeria Ristorante & Sports Bar.
Just not immediately.
The Montcalm County Parks & Recreation Committee was scheduled to discuss and vote on the topics of park closure and adopt-a-park applications Tuesday morning.
However, the committee was unable to meet due to the lack of a quorum.
The Michigan State Police Computer Crimes Unit and the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force recently conducted an investigation that led to the arrest of a Greenville man.
One hundred-sixty years ago, at the young age of 26, August Rasmussen commenced on a journey that few would likely fathom enduring today. With his wife, Ane, at his side, the Danish couple embarked on an adventure away from their homeland, traveling across the Atlantic Ocean for nearly eight weeks to establish a new life in the wild unknown that was the United States.
A Montcalm County commissioner is questioning why the county’s Brownfield Authority hasn’t met in nearly two years, but the authority’s chairman says there’s simply been no reason to meet.
When Bostwick Bakery opened Wednesday, they were expecting a slow start. But a few Facebook posts the night before and the morning of the opening was all the new bakery needed to get a steady flow of business.