Read The Daily News for Thursday, July 16, 2015
EUREKA TOWNSHIP — Those looking to build an outbuilding in the township better consult the book of ordinances. The Eureka Charter Township Planning Commission discussed a standalone accessory building ordinance during its Wednesday night meeting. The planning commission held a public hearing on the ordinance but there were no residents in attendance to comment on [...]
If there is one thing that can draw a horde of business people together, after hours, on a Monday, it is the prospect of free money. Or at least mostly free.
Two Belding men were injured in a serious accident shortly before noon today on M-91 just north of Candlestone Inn. Deputies from the Ionia County Sheriff’s Office responded to the accident between Storey Road and Fisk Road around 11:48 a.m.
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.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Wednesday, July 15, 2015
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.