One man was injured around 8:15 p.m. Monday in a single vehicle accident at the corner of Kenwood Avenue and Orchard Street.
Another Jankowsky resigned as coach of a Montabella sport in 2015. That Jankowsky will be replaced another Simon. This time it’s Jordann Jankowsky, who is leaving the Mustangs’ volleyball program in favor of Max Simon, who has coached Montabella volleyball before.
When you have nine of your 12 players on a tennis team playing for the first time in their careers, it’s hard to win against more experienced teams. That’s what happened to Greenville’s girls tennis team. The Yellow Jackets didn’t win any of their nine duals this season, getting one tie in those nine duals.
As soon as this summer, nursing students at Montcalm Community College (MCC) will have classes available to them to where they can work towards a bachelor’s degree, thanks to a new coordinated agreement with Davenport University.
Students from Carson City-Crystal Area Schools ended their school year unlike any other in the area. Around 6:40 a.m. Friday, a car slammed into a CC-C school bus as it was en route to drop students off for the finale of the school year. The bus was about 25 percent full, holding about 25 students ranging in age from 6 to 17 years old.
GREENVILLE — On Tuesday, it was all about looking to the future for the City of Greenville Downtown Development (DDA). During the regular DDA meeting, members discussed and approved a budget amendment for the 2015 fiscal year. They also approved the budget for the 2016 fiscal year. In addition, the DDA discussed the facade updates [...]
Funeral notices for Tuesday, June 9, 2015
GREENVILLE — As of Monday, it is official: the Greenville Public Schools Pete Haines will be leaving the district. The Greenville Public Schools Board of Education officially accepted the resignation of Pete Haines as the superintendent of the school district during its Monday night meeting. During the meeting, the school board discussed Haines acceptance of [...]
The new community garden, which only got underway last month in the village, is already attracting “gentleman” (and lady) farmers anxious to try their hand at growing fruits and vegetables, an update heard at a regular meeting of the Lakeview Village Council Monday evening.
In the 1970s and 80s, Greenville didn’t have much ethnic diversity and things haven’t changed much, said Dr. Anthony Youn at the 126th annual Greenville Alumni Association meeting and dinner Saturday night at the Greenville High School cafeteria.