A new five-year master agreement with the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) is now in the books, part of an effort to secure grant funding for the future. During Tuesday evening’s Greenville City Council meeting, council members voted unanimously to approve the new plan with MDOT, which, according to City Manager George Bosanic, serves as a larger umbrella under which yearly grant request are submitted.
The heat index was 102 degrees when Belding and Lakeview met Sparta and Grand Rapids West Catholic in a cross country meet Wednesday.
That was the reason the meet was shortened from 5,000 meters (3.1 miles) to 3,200 meters (two miles).
Jeremy Stowitts and Noah Gager know that every match they play is going to be a unique challenge, because they’ll be behind as soon as they step on the court.
The Greenville Yellow Jackets boys tennis team is four players short of a full roster, which means they automatically lose two points overall to a team with a full roster of 12 players.
Just a few days after the second phase of a six phase Vietnam War Memorial was dedicated, the monument’s mastermind was given the Belding Good Neighbor award. Mayor Pro Tem Tom Jones presented Denny Craycraft with the award during Tuesday evening’s Belding City Council meeting.
The new school year is underway for the Montcalm Area Intermediate School District and the board of education is approving lots of new hires.
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Discussions about the Belding Redskins mascot have officially started within the community.
If going to the gym is intimidating but staying fit is still a priority, there are local options.
Kathy Thompson sees greatness in her Tri County volleyball team. It’s just … those … darn … mistakes … that are holding her Vikings back.
“If we play well, and let the other team make mistakes, we’re going to be fricking amazing,” said a frustrated Thompson, whose team lost three close matches to Central Montcalm Tuesday evening, 27-25, 25-19 and 25-22, during a Central State Activities Association—Gold head-to-head conference match-up.
After a long and storied career within this city, Jim Mullendore is now spending his first week in retirement with a question he’s rarely had to ask himself before.
“What do I spend my time on now?” he said with a chuckle, looking back on a law career that has spanned 41 years with Greenville.
Mullendore, 70, officially retired as city attorney, as well as from his own private law office in town, on Aug. 31.