Casair is still working on a broadband project to provide high-speed Internet services to five counties.
After reviewing the fourth draft of the mixed-use district, the Greenville Planning Commission will send a draft to the Greenville City Council to get input. During its regular meeting on Thursday, the commission looked at the ordinance one last time and, instead of scheduling a public hearing, commissioners decided to make sure city council was OK with the plan.
On Thursday, the Central Michigan Enforcement Team (CMET) received information of a methamphetamine lab in the city of Ionia. The information led to the authorization of a search warrant. Upon the execution of the search warrant at a residence on E. Main Street, four subjects and several methamphetamine labs were located in the residence.
On Jan. 16, Quad/Graphics Inc. officially purchased Vertis Holdings after Vertis filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy in October. It was Vertis Holding’s third time filing for bankruptcy since 2008.
On May 18, things are going to get a little noisy on Greenville’s main street, as well as streets in Cedar Springs and Grand Rapids and many communities along the way. Five hundred motorcycles running at once will do that.
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Thank you to everyone who submitted a photo of their creative work during a snow day away from school, which provided amble conditions for building various snowmen, snow-women, and other snow creatures. We had photos come in from throughout our coverage area, from Edmore down to Smyrna!
An electrical fire that is believed to have begun in the bedroom of a woman’s home was successfully extinguished Thursday before the fire could spread throughout the rest of the residence.
After a hiatus of several months, with no group or single individual available to represent the largest and longest running festival in the city of Belding, the Belding Labor Day Celebration Committee has officially reformed. After the previous committee disbanded toward the end of 2012, a search for new members was put into motion. That search lasted several months, with several members of the Belding community eventually coming forward looking for ways to contribute to the festival.
More than three months ago, the wheels were set into motion on the demolition of the Belding Clock Tower and surrounding silk mill and Gibson Buildings. Now, physical evidence of the demolition process is beginning to emerge as city officials in Belding have been notified that buildings will begin coming down starting the week of March 11.