Excitement and gratitude charged the air in the Greenville Middle School gymnasium Friday morning. The school hosted veterans and family members for its annual Veterans Day assembly. The choir and eighth grade band played patriotic songs, the student council addressed veterans and students and three winners of an essay competition read their winning essays, which were themed “The America I Believe In.”
Touring a factory floor, greeting employees and asking questions of management, U.S. Sen. Gary Peters received an up-close look at manufacturing in Montcalm County. Peters, D-Pontiac, made several stops during a visit to West Michigan, including a stop at Greenville Tool & Die on Thursday.
Of all the signs that the holiday season has officially begun, the most impressive and musically pleasing may be when the Grand Rapids Symphony comes to town.
The next phase of the Belding war memorial Denny Craycraft and committee members are working to bring to fruition is complete. Craycraft, along with members of the committee, hosted a dedication ceremony at the site of the memorial Friday evening. The memorial is being constructed near the Pere Marquette Depot on Bridge and Depot Streets.
It all started with a phone call from a former Greenville High School principal seeking the family of a former student.
GREENVILLE — Greenville senior Logan Sharp will be playing baseball beyond next season. Sharp signed a letter of intent Wednesday to play for Northwood University in 2018. “It was a great fit, academically, for me and also they have a good program up there and I really enjoyed the coaches,” Sharp said. Sharp was [...]
This community’s first electrical lights? Installed in 1888. The first brick laid on Lafayette Street? Placed in 1910.
An estimated 30 people competed in a Rockwell Open arm wrestling tournament Saturday at The Horse’s Mouth Tavern, which continues to expand ways to entertain its patrons and the community.
In the spring, Greenville senior Paige Hallock tweeted she gave a verbal commitment to Grand Valley State University’s (GVSU) women’s basketball program.
The most divisive presidential election in recent history resulted in a decrease in voter turnout for both Ionia and Montcalm counties Tuesday. Ionia County saw a 61 percent turnout, while Montcalm County was not much better at just under 63 percent.