Greenville City Manager George Bosanic received his annual review prepared by the Greenville City Council during its Jan. 22 meeting. Through the review, Greenville City Mayor John Hoppough said Bosanic performs his duties for the community at a good to excellent level.
A man is safe and uninjured after a quad he was working on backfired in a shed, causing the shed to go up in flames. Sheridan Community Fire Department responded to a structure fire at 6762 Teal Court in Bushnell Township at about 3:40 p.m. on Saturday.
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John Zuluaga-Torres made an impact on the Lakeview Wildcats Monday night. The sophomore guard scored 14 points to lead the Wildcats to a 55-35 win over the Hesperia Panthers.
Montcalm County Sheriff’s deputies are searching for suspects after receiving two separate break-in reports Monday morning that officers feel may be related.
A 67-year-old McBride man is unharmed after an errant bullet shattered his car window as he was driving through the village of McBride on Sunday evening.
A night of elegant fun is planned for Saturday at Montcalm Community College. The fifth annual Valentine’s Dance is from 7 to 9 p.m. on the Sidney campus in the activities building gymnasium, and the evening will offer a live band for those looking for a place to do some dancing.
Congratulations to the perennial powerhouse Greenville High School wrestling team on capturing its eighth consecutive Division 2 district title at Fremont last Thursday. Coach Paul Johnson’s 2013 edition of wrestling champions (26-4) will face Escanaba in the regional semi-finals in Mount Pleasant this Wednesday.
GREENVILLE — The president of Spectrum Health United and Kelsey hospitals is believed to be the first sitting hospital president in Michigan to receive the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHC) Robert S. Hudgens Memorial Award for Young Healthcare Executive of the year. In March, Tina Freese-Decker, 35, will receive the honor for outstanding achievement [...]
It takes a special kind of crazy to jump into the near-freezing waters Clifford Lake in the middle of February, but over 100 “plungers” were willing to brave the ice depths Saturday to raise money for Special Olympics. Hundreds of spectators lined the ice to watch the plungers — many attired in colorful or whimsical costumes — leap through the hole in the ice.