Funeral notices for Saturday, July 25, 2015
Several streets in Greenville are going to see some serious renovations in the near future.
During Tuesday’s Greenville City Council meeting, council members voted to approve bids to sealcoat 12 portions of streets in the city as well as to remove 53 dead ash trees along several streets.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Friday, July 24, 2015
Dicastal North America is getting closer to opening its doors. And the city of Greenville is doing its best to help smooth the Chinese company’s transition into the United States.
From members of the city council to residents and business owners, there’s no questioning that everyone wants businesses to thrive and succeed in downtown Belding.
When it comes to ethics, moral values and the concept of right and wrong, there may be no place where it matters more than at the government level. Those ideas were brought forth in the form of a first reading of an official “code of conduct” ethics ordinance by Belding City Manger Bruce Brown at Tuesday’s Belding City Council meeting.
Funeral notices for Thursday, July 23, 2015
The summer meeting of the Greater Greenville Transportation Committee was short and sweet.
With only eight people in attendance, Wednesday’s meeting consisted of several short discussions about various topics.
When it comes to health care for infants, even the smallest of concerns becomes an urgency. As children grow older, however, that urgency oftentimes wanes, which many times can lead to an oversight of major health issues.
For many, the alarm clock buzz in the wee hours of the morning is the annoying harbinger of another drudging day at work. But not for Bob Hemmingsen.
“I have the best job in Montcalm County,” he said.