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A site description showcases where the homes located at 700 and 708 Marvel Drive will be relocated later this month to newly zoned residential lots on W. Coffren Street in Greenville. — Courtesy graphic

Portion of Greenville roadway is vacated

Today, a vacant portion of W. Coffren Street and adjacent property sits empty, as it has for many years. But one month from now? The site will have two homes, with the potential to welcome two new families to the Greenville community.

For the first time since 1924, Greenville and Belding won’t meet on the football field. To open the 2017 football season, the Yellow Jackets will be one of six teams participating in the third annual Gridiron Classic at Grand Valley State University’s Lubbers Field Aug. 26. Greenville will face North Farmington at 7:30 p.m. (File photo)

Greenville football working on Sept. 1 military game, prepping for May 13 golf outing

Football season seems like a long way off, but leaders of the Greenville football program are busy prepping for the fall season.

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Funeral Notices for May 4, 2017

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Trufant man identified after fatal accident on M-66

A Trufant man has been identified as the victim of a fatal accident last week at M-66 and Sidney Road.

Organizers of the Greenville Optimist Camp, located at Wah-Wah-Tay-See Park, are seeking donations to make up for a $20,000 shortfall in its annual budget to provide camping opportunities for people with cognitive disabilities this summer. — Daily News/Cory Smith

Greenville Optimist Camp seeking donations for summer camp sessions

Always offering an opportunity every summer for individuals with cognitive disabilities to enjoy a week with friends nature, the Greenville Optimist Camp is in need of assistance. In its 53rd year, the Optimist Camp, located at Wah-Wah-Tay-See Park, is currently experiencing a shortfall of about $20,000 in its annual budget of approximately $72,000 to hold five week-long camp sessions.

Belding’s Kyleigh Kazmerski, left, turns with the ball while being chased by Wyoming Kelloggsville’s Elizabeth Batumawukuze during the teams’ game Monday.

Belding’s fast start dooms Kelloggsville

BELDING — A quick two goals gave Belding’s girls soccer team the cushion it needed. Belding used those two goals, which all came in the first half, to beat the Wyoming Kelloggsville Rockets 4-1 in an intermittent rain Monday. “We just played great,” Belding coach Matt Bailey said. “We stuck it out through these crappy [...]

Voters in Eureka Township took to the polls Tuesday to vote on a bond proposal from Greenville Public Schools. The proposal was defeated by 69 votes with 1,695 yes votes (49 percent) and 1,764 no votes (51 percent). — Daily News/Emilee Nielsen

Voters say ‘no’ to Greenville bond

Greenville Public Schools voters defeated a $52 million bond proposal by just 69 votes. Voters in the city of Greenville and the townships of Eureka, Montcalm, Fairplain, Oakfield and Spencer cast their ballots Tuesday to weigh in on the bond with 1,764 voting no and 1,695 voting yes. Results are unofficial at this time.

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Funeral Notices for May 3, 2017

Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Wednesday, May 3, 2017

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IN BRIEF: Orchard Street to close May 19

Orchard Street from W. State Street (M-44) will be closed May 19.

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IN BRIEF: Yield signs to be installed at Grosvenor Drive intersections

Addressing complaints from residents, members of the Greenville City Council approved new yield signs for two city street intersections Tuesday.