An attempt to codify this community’s ordinances is now leaving city council members scratching their heads. During tonight’s Carson City Council meeting, city attorney Tom Wilson gave a lengthy and passionate opinion on his displeasure with how the city’s ordinances were codified by American Legal Publishing, based in Cincinnati, Ohio.
A new restaurant of the Italian variety is coming to Greenville.
City Manger George Bosanic announced during tonight’s Greenville City Council meeting that Flo’s Pizzeria & Ristorante will be taking over the three buildings on the southwest corner of West Grove and Lafayette streets. The company will be investing $1.5 million in the buildings.
On Saturday, this paper featured a story highlighting the 75th anniversary of Federal-Mogul, a local manufacturing company that produces engine and transmission parts and is a Q1 supplier to Ford Motor Company.
Memorial services will take place Saturday for a 4-year-old boy who died in a traffic accident Monday morning.
Talos Bills was attempting to cross Lafayette Street, just north of West Washington Street, with a family member around 11:30 a.m. when he was struck and killed by Chevy Silverado.
It’s a situation Andrew Graham has faced before. For the second consecutive year, the second-year manager for the West Michigan Whitecaps finds himself in the mix of the pressures of the postseason. But you won’t see any added perspiration on the face of the 33-year-old. Observing his mannerisms along the third base line during game time, you can spot the glint in his eye from any location, a glint displaying the drive and the fight for success within the former minor league catcher.
he Greenville Yellow Jackets tennis team put up a good effort despite missing two key components. Playing without their No. 2 singles and No. 1 doubles players (sickness), the Yellow Jackets dropped an O-K Bronze matchup 5-3 at home against the Northview Wildcats on Monday.
For the third straight tournament, Belding’s volleyball team came out on top. The Redskins won the Montabella Invitational Saturday, adding to their wins at The Daily News Invitational and the Carson City-Crystal Invitational earlier in the season.
Playing high school sports is a privilege and not a right. That is as true in Michigan as it is in Texas, even if the state of Texas takes its high school football a little more serious than the rest of the country. This past Friday, the lights shined on Texas football for all the wrong reasons.
Did you know anyone with a concealed pistol license can walk into a school or sporting event open carrying a pistol at their side? Some local officials only recently became aware of this, including school board members at Carson City-Crystal Area Schools and Central Montcalm Public School
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2015