In a close vote by the Belding City Council, one of the city boards will now be absorbed by the council to carry out its responsibilities. In a 3-2 vote Tuesday evening with councilmen Mike Scheid and Tom Jones casting the opposing votes, the responsibilities of the Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) will now be carried out by council.
This city’s administrator is taking his business and financial acumen to a Bible college out east.
The Greenville Yellow Jackets softball team found itself in an early hole. Fortunately, the Yellow Jackets continued to battle and found a way to pull out a 7-6 O-K Bronze win at home against the Forest Hills Eastern Hawks on Wednesday night.
The Belding Redskins golf team competed at the Division 2 district tournament on Wednesday at The Emerald in St. Johns. The top six teams and top six individuals from non-qualifying teams advance to the regional tournament.
Central Montcalm 1-1: The Hornets split a pair of nonconference games against Pewamo-Westphalia on Wednesday. The Hornets lost game one 9-4. Jake Ebels took the loss. Bo Studley had two hits, while Ebels had a two-run double…
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Annual Memorial Day festivities will return to downtown Hubbardston this weekend. Here’s a schedule of events.
Imagine a knock on your door late one evening. You’re not expecting company. Men in uniform enter your home, along with official looking people in severe suits holding clipboards and asking questions you don’t really understand. You’re taken away by strangers, separated from your family. You don’t really know what’s going on, but people are yelling, crying, angry.
His heart racing quickly, sweat dripping from his brow, Gio Vanni Delgado suddenly found himself at the center of the world standing on the turf of Rudness Field. With his family watching in the stands, the Belding High School varsity football team had just scored its first touchdown against the Greenville Yellow Jackets, and it was time for the extra point kick.
While purists may cringe at the thought, it’s undeniable that the game of baseball has become a business.
In the 1950s, you could walk into Yankee Stadium and purchase a ticket ranging from 75 cents for bleacher seats up to $10 for box seats.