Funeral notices for Monday, Nov. 23, 2015
The image that enters one’s mind when thinking of a homeless person can be quite misleading.
Perhaps it is a man sitting next to a shopping cart, huddled beneath a wore-torn blanket while grasping a bottle of spirits wrapped within a brown paper bag. Or maybe it’s a veteran suffering from post traumatic stress disorder, standing on the corner of a street wearing holding a crude cardboard sign asking for help of any kind.
Ionia County’s physical plant director resigned this month after only one year on the job.
Joseph Cusack, 35, of Grand Rapids, formerly of Fenwick, was originally hired in 2003 to work as a probation officer for Ionia County’s Juvenile Court. In October 2014, he was hired as the county’s plant director.
Read funeral notices for Saturday, Nov. 21, 2015.
A temporary switch in how building services are handled in Belding may now either relieve stress or create new headaches, depending on who is asked.
Members of Belding City Council voted 5-0 Tuesday to enter into a one-year contract with Associated Governmental Services (AGS), but the decision did not come without criticism.
Greenville Public School’s Legacy Field will be a busy place beginning tonight and continuing to Saturday afternoon. For the third consecutive season, Legacy Field will be hosting two Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) football playoff games.
Read funeral notices for Friday, Nov. 20, 2015.
A Greenville man was killed Monday when his car collided with a semi-truck on M-57 in Algoma Township.
Jimmy Lee King, 35, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Readers paging through Montcalm County’s tourism magazine may notice the omission of a certain community — the county’s largest city. Greenville was not included in Montcalm County’s 2015-2016 tourism magazine.
A Sidney Township man pleaded guilty this morning to murdering an elderly man during a series of home invasions on Nevins Lake last spring.
Alan Morse, 48, was charged with the murder of Alan “Dale” Nelson, a charge with a possible penalty of life in prison, along with seven related felony charges.