A community dinner will be held in Greenville to help those who go without during the holiday season. The dinner will be take place from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Thursday at the Greenville High School cafeteria.
Carrie Anne Ross will spend this Christmas with her family for the first time in years. The 28-year-old Greenville woman spent the better part of the past decade trying to find herself and learn how to express her feelings. Instead, she found herself lost in the hellish world of an all-consuming drug addiction — with a jail and prison record, near-death experiences and emotional scars as proof.
As families and friends gather for Christmas and focus on the positive aspects of life right now, we are thinking about all the things those of us who live here have to celebrate, too.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Monday, Dec 24, 2012
From outdoors, the residence on Hathaway Drive seems like any other during the holiday season. With a few lights and some Christmas decorations, it fits in well within the neighborhood of the Baldwin Woods subdivision. But take a step inside the home of Jim and Mari Wise and you’ll find yourself immersed in a world filled with more than 30 Christmas trees, all specific in nature with thousands of lights and decorations to behold.
Don Cooper’s has been a career filled with ups and downs, both easy days and difficult, but, the retiring Montcalm County drain commissioner says there hasn’t been one day he hasn’t enjoyed. Cooper’s last day on the job was Friday.
Read funeral notices for Saturday, Dec. 22, 2012.
A deputy clerk in the Ionia County Treasurer’s Office has been appointed the new treasurer. A committee comprised of Ionia County Probate Court Judge Robert Sykes Jr., Prosecutor Ronald Schafer and Clerk Tonda Rich appointed Judy Clark, 31, of Ionia, as the new county treasurer today.
Greenville High School parents and students were informed today that school staff investigated a reported inappropriate Twitter post from a female student posted late Thursday night.
Columbine became a household name after two students murdered 12 classmates and one teacher and injured about two dozen more people before taking their own lives on April 20, 1999. One week ago today, Sandy Hook joined the ranks of Columbine, albeit with an even more deadly outcome. A total of 20 children and six adults were killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., along with the gunman’s mother, before the gunman took his own life.