The continued snow and challenging weather in Michigan has not kept letter carriers from going out and delivering the mail. The United States Postal Service (USPS) thanks its customers for helping letter carriers deliver mail safely by clearing snow and ice from sidewalks, stairs and mailboxes.
A two-car crash involving a FedEx delivery truck and a Chevrolet Suburban SUV on South M-91 right at the edge of the city limits blocked traffic for nearly 30 minutes Wednesday afternoon.
A student from Greenville Middle School sustained minor injuries Wednesday morning after being struck by a car on his way to school.
The Greenville City Council on Monday approved transferring more than $250,000 between multiple accounts to cover some funds which were operating on a deficit. The city moved money from the balances of healthy funds to those considered deficit funds in order to balance them, something that is required by state law.
Two suspects allegedly involved in a Greenville methamphetamine laboratory and police standoff are headed to trial, while a third suspect will undergo a forensic examination.
What started as an effort to get more involved in her daughter’s school has morphed into a full-time passion for Ann Harvey, president of the Baldwin Heights Elementary Parent Teacher Organization.
Firefighters from four area fire departments battled a Sunday fire believed to have started around 10:30 a.m. in the basement of a home at 11491 W. Carson City Road (M-57).
Jim Dennis is overwhelmed. He is surrounded by insane people. And he’s loving it. Flooded with emails, phone calls and Facebook comments, Dennis, coordinator of the annual Polar Plunge fundraiser event for Montcalm County, is once again gathering pledges from brave souls who will “take the plunge” into the cold waters of Turk Lake to raise funds for local Special Olympics athletes.
The school may be virtual, but the chance for a face-to-face meeting with area businesses during West Michigan Virtual’s upcoming career fair is anything but. Designed for any student throughout the community, Monday’s career fair will bring 15 different representatives from 15 different areas of employment to educate students on what it takes for a career in their field.
For Greenville High School Band Director Susan Gould, the large amount of snow days this winter — nine to date — has made her teaching routine nearly impossible as students remain home, many without instruments on which to practice.