Renovations being done on the historic former Greenville Furniture building are coming to a temporary halt.
Montcalm County’s Secretary of State office will be undergoing interior remodeling next week, providing improvements to customers and staff members.
Walnut Hills is one of four elementary schools in Greenville, and from the outside, it looks the same as the other schools in town.
The first hint that anything might be different comes when an observer looks at the lockers of kindergarten, first, second and third grade students. The lockers have name tags on them with names written in English, and below that, with Chinese characters.
Not surprisingly, there is no shipping channel from Baldwin Lake to the shores of Lake Michigan, and The Flat River will never be wide or deep enough for industrial transportation.
Railways in Greenville once served as a beacon of industrial movement, but that time has passed, and they have since been converted into recreational trailways.
The Greenville Planning Commission voted unanimously Thursday evening to grant a request to rezone three vacant parcels of property from Residential to C-2 (Commercial).
Members of the Greater Greenville Transportation Committee voted unanimously Wednesday evening to approve of a survey to receive input on manufacturing transportation needs within Montcalm County.
A Lyons man was airlifted to a hospital Friday afternoon after a suspected drunken driving accident.
One man has been convicted and fined after dumping garbage at a Montcalm County recycling site, putting a face to a countywide problem.
After one full year of utilizing The Right Place in Montcalm County, early returns appear to be positive.
According to Right Place Board of Directors member and Montcalm Economic Alliance Board President Rob Spohr, the return on investment in partnering with The Right Place, an economic development agency based in Grand Rapids, has led to a rate of $1,330 to $1 through the first year of the three-year partnership.
The Lafayette Street planter boxes may be barren as of now, but a plan is officially in place to spruce up Greenville’s downtown district. Members of the Downtown Development Authority (DDA) discussed this month a plan to put both temporary and long-term plans in place for the flower planter boxes located on each side of the street.