Efforts to secure tax increment funding (TIF) through a brownfield grant involving Flo’s Ristorante & Pizzeria appear to have hit a snag. During this month’s Greenville Downtown Development Authority (DDA) meeting, Greenville City Manager George Bosanic reported that a plan to create a 50-50 split on future TIF funds between the city and Flo’s, as proposed by the city, had been rejected by the Michigan Economic Development Corp (MEDC).
A new cyber school is coming to West Michigan at the start of the new year, thanks to Vestaburg Community Schools and Success Virtual Learning Centers (VLC). But the new school won’t be in Montcalm County … it will be in Muskegon.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Tuesday, Dec. 27, 2016
Every day, for at least an hour, Adele Kemp will put in her earbuds, listen to music and just dribble a basketball. It is a small example of the dedication the 15-year-old Greenville sophomore puts toward her favorite sport.
The 8th Judicial Circuit Courtroom was filled with a standing-room-only audience for a festive ceremony Thursday afternoon.
Judge Suzanne Hoseth Kreeger swore multiple Montcalm County officials into office, including newly elected Sheriff Mike Williams, who will succeed retiring Sheriff Bill Barnwell.
Standing before friends, family, members of the Greenville City Council and many of his fellow officers, Mark Cole composed himself long enough to deliver a final and emotional message in the face of retirement.
After 32 years with the Greenville Department of Public Safety, Cole was celebrated Tuesday evening with thunderous applause and accolades.
The Greenville Department of Public Safety has welcomed two new officers to its ranks.
On Monday at Greenville City Hall, Steve DeWitt and Marcus Roy were sworn onto the department by City Clerk/Treasurer Norice Rasmussen.
Read funeral notices for Saturday, Dec. 24, 2016.
A Stanton family lost their garage, boat and car in a fire early Friday morning, but the flames only caused exterior damage to the house, which was unattached from the garage.
Typically, the Montcalm Care Network is able to provide two local families with Christmas gifts, but this year something atypical happened and allowed the agency to provide for five families. Erik Halvorsen of Sheridan wanted to honor his late wife, Dolores, and decided to donate $1,500 to the Montcalm Care Network to help local families this Christmas.