Lakeview’s girls basketball team gathered momentum through a tough league slate and finished strong. The Wildcats went 15-6 overall, but four of those six losses were in the Central State Activities Association (CSAA) Silver Division.
Landon Kemp continues to fly through the air. Each time, she raises the bar…literally. Kemp, who set the Greenville High School pole vault record multiple times a year ago, set another record on March 13, this time at the New Balance Nationals Indoor competition in New York City.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Friday, March 27, 2015
GREENVILLE — The City of Greenville Planning Commission was zoned out during its Tuesday night meeting. During the meeting, the planning commission discussed the final site plan for the Hathaway Green Planned Unit Development (PUD) after tabling the issue from the previous meeting. After some discussion about landscaping, fencing and parks, as well as other [...]
Looking around her hometown of Greenville, Amber Pelak feels like she recently opened her eyes to a major problem in her community: Homelessness.
“Sometimes you can be blind to what’s happening in your community,” she said. “Sometimes you can be immune to it.”
Montcalm County commissioners have decided they were barking up the wrong tree regarding proposed changes to a dog kennel ordinance.
After almost an hour of public comment Monday, the board voted 7-1 to send the proposed changes back to the county’s Finance & Personnel committee for further revision.
For as long as most residents can remember, Orleans Township Board meetings have begun with the reciting of the Pledge of Allegiance.
Beginning in April, meetings will start with a prayer.
Andrew and Rebecca Miller welcomed their baby daughter into the world almost two months ago.
The young Amish couple and their three sons, Melvin, 5, Robert, 3, and David, 2, were overjoyed at the presence of baby Cevilla.
Lakeview softball coach Daryl Johnson was glad to get the first doubleheader of the season out of the way. That was about the only thing he was glad about.
Sarah Newhouse and Elizabeth Niemiec have yet to begin their season seasons of softball, save for practice, for the Greenville Yellow Jackets. Still, they both know they will continue to play softball following their Greenville careers.