In an attempt to bring in healthier choices for the district, Caron City-Crystal Area Schools will now contract out school food services. The CC-C school board voted 5-0 — with board members Gregg McAlvey and Nancy Seals absent — to enter into an agreement with Chartwells School Dining Services.
A derelict home will be the first of several properties to be repaired or removed as part of this village’s new blight eradication initiative. Located in the 900 block of Pearl Street, the house has been vacant for some time and is, according to Village Manager Jake Eckholm, “basically, just a tarpaper shack.”
It took the Central Montcalm Public School Board of Education only 29 minutes to conduct two meetings Monday evening. The first meeting — the annual organizational meeting — named school district attorneys, Title IX coordinators, a homeless liaison and established a regular monthly meeting schedule.
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Village residents had their chance to sound off tonight regarding a new junk ordinance. While some were hopping mad, others praised council members for adopting it.
With a simple concept, one Belding resident is trying to reach out and bring her community together.
Her idea? When it comes to goods and services — buy local.
There is not a combat veteran who would argue the fact that war is hell.
Although all of the conflicts the United States has been involved in have been trying on both the soldiers and their loved ones at home, one in particular brought out the best and the worst in this country: Vietnam.
A recent survey released via www.roadsnacks.net was the talk of many local gatherings over the weekend as it listed Greenville as the seventh “Worst Place to Live in Michigan” behind Flint, Beecher, Escanaba, Buena Vista, Lapeer and Highland Park.
We beg to differ.
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Although the students of the district are off for the summer, the Greenville Public Schools Board of Education keeps on working hard. During its regular Monday meeting, the school board covered a myriad of material.