The music of the 1950s and ’60s is going to make a rip-roaring comeback next weekend at the Greenville High School Performing Arts Center. Current and former staff and students, including Superintendent Linda Van Houten and other administrators, will take the stage to perform in the annual Our3 Campaign Variety Show at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 22.
The Montcalm Township Board has decided to obtain public input before moving forward with a special assessment for a single hauler for recycling pickup.
The special assessment would assess individual properties in Montcalm Township to come up with a price and plan for a single hauler to reach residents.
The Greenville Board of Education will see a change following November’s regular meeting.
Greenville Public Schools is looking to the future and focusing on its Big, Hairy Audacious Goal, also known as its BHAG.
During Monday evening’s school board meeting, the board and audience members heard from members of committees committed to achieving the BHAG.
Reduced hours, reduced staff, reduced services.
Montcalm County Animal Control is running as such after a 33 percent budget cut by the Montcalm County Board of Commissioners.
During a regular board of education meeting Monday evening, the board approved the purchase of 60 copies of a new seventh grade social studies book that focuses on ancient civilizations.
Nearly two months ago, the Grattan Academy Board of Directors made the decision to change the longstanding name of the school as part of a rebranding effort.
But shortly after the decision was made on Aug. 6 to establish Belding-Greenville Preparatory Charter Academy as the school’s new name, a number of students voiced their displeasure with the decision.
Ladies (and gentlemen), get ready to don some wigs and have some fun.
The Women’s Action Network (WAN) is hosting an event called Wine and Wigs at the Winter Inn from 2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Oct. 15. It’s an opportunity for people to learn more about WAN, taste some beer and wine, enjoy appetizers and try on wigs. The event is open to the public aged 16 and older.
Greenville Public Schools had heightened security Friday in response to the “creepy clown” situation happening throughout West Michigan and the United States in general.
The additional police presence Friday morning was in response to an anonymous tip the Greenville Department of Public Safety received from the Michigan State Police around 9:30 p.m. Thursday.
Hoping to avoid future degradation, repair work on a city bridge over the Flat River will begin and end with a goal to finish by November.
During Tuesday evening’s Greenville City Council meeting, the council unanimously approved two motions related to work to be performed on the bridge on Greenville West Drive, which runs north and south over the Flat River.