The Greenville Department of Public Safety is searching for a young man who attacked an elderly Greenville woman and stole her purse this afternoon.
A first-time Greenville author has channeled his life events into a Christian-devotional book, but writing a book was not his original intention.
A Howard City man decided to plead no contest to a fatal hit and run just before a trial went to a jury – and the charge may be reduced to a simple traffic violation.
NUNDA TOWNSHIP — A Greenville man was found by Michigan State Police troopers after using the help of friends, family and the phone company.
With the holidays approaching, it’s easy to get caught up in the fast-paced cacophony that accompanies the season. Despite a distinct tendency toward giving this time of year, things often get too hectic and good intentions are left by the wayside. That’s why efforts like the one being hosted Saturday at McKenna’s Tavern in Lakeview are so important, particularly for area children who might otherwise have a less-than-merry Christmas.
More than $15,000 in grant money was award to the Greenville Recreation Department and Greenville Area Community Center to help fund equipment and security systems. During Tuesday’s Greenville City Council meeting, council members approved accepting the funds from the Greenville Area Community Foundation for the departments.
So many old buildings are going the way of the dinosaur. Most recently, it was announced the former Gibson buildings in downtown Belding are set to be demolished by Electrolux, including the original silk mill and other buildings, the oldest of which have stood since 1903. So we were pleased to report an update about the ongoing progress of another historic local site — the former General Bag Corp. building and property in Edmore.
The Greenville Yellow Jackets, after an early lead, spent most of its first game chasing the lead. In the end, the Yellow Jackets (0-1) may have ran out of gas in a 71-64 season opening loss to the Muskegon Reeths-Puffer Rockets.
Last week, the girls basketball season started. That was followed with the boys basketball season on Monday. Now it’s time for the grapplers to hit the mat. All area teams are in action tonight for the first time, with the goal of reaching Battle Creek in late February for the team state finals.
Fowler 51, CC-Crystal 44: The Eagles fell to former CMAC foe Fowler in the season-opener Tuesday night. Brann Schmitt had a double-double with 17 points and 14 rebounds