Greenville Public Schools has filed a petition for a ballot recount in Eureka Township even as the township clerk is being investigated by the Michigan State Police for alleged election fraud.
The Greenville school district is collaborating to keep a community-wide conversation going about opioid addiction.
Greenville Public Schools is hosting a substance abuse program called Stop the Madness! on Monday. The doors of Greenville High School open at 6:15 p.m. and the program starts at 7 p.m.
The ex-wife of the former Greenville police chief was found guilty by a jury Thursday of three counts of health care fraud in Kent County’s 17th Circuit Court.
The ex-wife of the former Greenville police chief was found guilty by a jury today of three counts of health care fraud in Kent County’s 17th Circuit Court.
After months of planning, designing and locating the most appealing of historic photos, new interpretive signs are ready to be created to showcase the history of downtown Lafayette Street. During Tuesday’s Greenville Downtown Development Authority (DDA) meeting, the DDA voted unanimously in two separate motions to tentatively approve the purchase of four signs to be displayed on either side of the street.
A class of fifth-grade students recently took education into their own hands. Students in Matt Hoenshell’s class at Baldwin Heights Elementary School recently taught kindergarten students in Kelsey DeDonado’s class about computer coding, computer-aided design and 3-D design for just over an hour Friday morning.
After approving four road projects during April’s Montcalm Township meeting, the board decided how much money to use on gravel projects during Wednesday’s meeting.
A text message sent three days before last week’s failed Greenville Public Schools bond vote has brought forth accusations of unethical behavior against the Eureka Township clerk.
The landscape of learning is changing rapidly and Greenville Public Schools officials are working to stay ahead of the curve.
To achieve that goal, the district has piloted virtual learning opportunities for students at-risk of not graduating and for those who not having much success with a traditional learning environment.
Previously one of the jewels of this city, time has not been kind to the former Greenville County Club. The 56-acre site was once home to a nine-hole course, complete with rolling greens across a hilly landscape and a tremendous view of Baldwin Lake from high above at the now demolished clubhouse, which closed in 2010.