The 11th annual Harvest Festival will return to Howard City on Saturday and Sunday.
The members of the Canadian Brass professional quintet, collectively, possess years of professional music education and experience that make them the main-stage attraction that hundreds of spectators witnessed last Thursday evening during the 2013 Ash Cultural Event concert at Greenville High School.
Multiple families have been displaced since a fire destroyed or damaged about half the units at Carson Place Apartments earlier this month.
The Belding football team is back in a familiar position from many years ago. The Redskins are ranked in a tie for ninth in the state in the latest Associated Press Division 4 football poll.
Lakeview 3, Newaygo 0: The Wildcats picked up their first CSAA win Wednesday night, beating the Lions 25-19, 25-19, 25-18. Sadie Massie had eight kills to lead Lakeview…
Funeral notices for Thursday, September 19, 2013
The story of Ralph Palmer and his sisters — both the one he grew up with and the one he hadn’t met before last Thursday — reads like a novel from Dostoevsky. The characters are myriad and the plot convoluted. And the ending, the payoff, was over 80 years in the making.
Angel Mendoza-Tepetitlan was allegedly four times the legal limit of intoxication when he passed out on his way to pick up his child, then assaulted two Good Samaritans and a police officer.
A Belding boy died from an accidental drowning, according to preliminary findings from an autopsy report.
Nondiscrimination issues highlighted Tuesday evening’s Greenville City Council meeting, with members voting on one matter and entertaining public comments on another. Council members voted unanimously to adopt an updated Title VI nondiscrimination plan in connection with the city’s transit operations. According to City Manager George Bosanic, the updated plan is a requirement of the state of Michigan.