Black Field was dedicated in 1936. In between. it has been used for football, soccer, track and field, softball and much more. More recently, football players begin playing on Black Field as young as 7-years-old and wrap up their careers as seniors in high school.
Greenville Public Schools got a favorable review on the district’s annual financial audit.
Phillip Saurman, an accountant at Hungerford, Aldrin, Nichols and Carter PC in Greenville, gave the district an unqualified opinion on its money management practices and federal compliance audit.
Bob Swanson didn’t stay retired for long.
The former Carson City-Crystal Area Schools superintendent is back with the district after the Board of Education approved a proposal to hire him as a financial consultant.
STANTON — A Crystal man pleaded guilty after attempting to elude police while drunk on his motorcycle this summer. Brice Hillard, 29, appeared in a wheelchair Thursday in 8th Judicial Circuit Court. He pleaded guilty to operating while intoxicated third offense. Hillard could receive up to five years in prison for the felony, but he likely [...]
A man who held his mother hostage with a crossbow as a “prisoner of war” last January pleaded guilty last week.
Daniel Freshney, 44, of Vestaburg, was arrested and charged with felonious assault after his mother reported him to the Michigan State Police Lakeview Post.
A former receptionist at Orchard View Veterinary Clinic in Montcalm Township was sentenced to jail time last week for stealing and using animal medication from his employer.
Travis Hill, 24, of Greenville, was charged with larceny in a building and possession of narcotics less than 25 grams.
James Freed will be doing double duty in Lakeview and Stanton for three more years.
The Stanton City Commission voted 4-1 on Sept. 27 to extend Freed’s contract. The Lakeview Village Council voted 5-0 on Monday night to do the same.
Breast cancer has many different forms and doctors have many different tools to treat it or prevent it, according to Terri Fullerton, nurse practitioner at the Cancer Center at Spectrum Health United Hospital.
Air and soil monitoring will continue for at least another three years around Belding’s Mueller Brass plant.
The first phase of soil cleanup is underway this month in the neighborhood east of the plant at 302 Ashfield St.
Elvis Preston has a unique view of the Mueller Brass lead pollution issue.
He works at the brass rod manufacturing plant at 302 Ashfield St. and lives so close he can walk to work — and in the lead contamination area east of the facility.
Preston was one of two people to make comments on the record Monday during a public hearing for residents to weigh in on a new air emissions permit for Mueller Brass.