Leonard Linebaugh had just returned home with his wife, Jennie, when his neighbors pointed out an oddity as he walked outside to collect his mail. Raising attention to his residence at 1208 Ranney Drive, Leonard and his neighbors saw smoke coming from the rear portion of his Creekview Estates mobile home park residence Wednesday afternoon.
On Tuesday morning, the Greenville Downtown Development Authority (DDA) was greasing up the gears and oiling down the chains in preparation for summer. Once again, they discussed the installation of several bike racks around the city.
Any topic involving animals is a historically proven way to attract the masses to county board meetings. Monday was no exception, as Montcalm County’s Law Enforcement & Courts committee heard half an hour of public comments from concerned and tearful residents about proposed changes to the county’s dog kennel ordinance.
Due to some underlying issues in the soil makeup, the Greenville Transit System building is having some foundation troubles.
During the latest Greenville City Council meeting, City Engineer Doug Hinken reported on the problem.
It has been a year since Baldwin Heights Elementary School was labeled a focus school.
Yet, the things they’ve accomplished in a year have been remarkable.
The wheels were turning during the Greenville Downtown Development Authority (DDA) meeting on Tuesday morning.
The Greenville Department of Public Safety started the work week off with a morning fire at Quad Graphics.
Flames coming from a Montcalm Township home’s wall on Saturday turned out to be a small, controllable fire. At 12:56 p.m., Montcalm Township Fire Department firefighters were dispatched to a house fire on S. Greenville Road. The homeowners called after observing flames coming from the outside wall of their home.
Riders of the Greenville Transit System are going to have to dig a little deeper to ride the buses in the near future. However, riders should rest assured the increase in fares is going to land in a good spot: The drivers’ pockets.
Residents rang in a joyous New Year over the weekend at the Greenville High School Performing Arts Center. The Chinese New Year, that is. Although the official Chinese New Year was Feb. 19, the Chinese Immersion Program students and staff at Walnut Hills Elementary School presented “Year of the Sheep: Chinese New Year Gala” last Saturday.