This week, the Greenville City Council approved a $5 million Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) as well as a development agreement with Dicastal North America Inc. and along with that comes a timeline of when the company will bring its promised 300 jobs.
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‘As serious as serious can be’: 4 of 6 suspects arraigned in connection with Spencer Township murder
Four of six men suspected in the death of 34-year-old Brent Luttrell of Spencer Township were arraigned Thursday in a Kent County courtroom.
Friends and family of the victim, as well as some of the suspects, filled the 63rd District Court in Grand Rapids. Between sobs from those in the seats, Judge Sara Smolenski notified the suspects of the charges against them.
On a crisp, cool and windy autumn evening, Legacy Field was swarmed with students standing at attention, determination and focus in their eyes, who were waiting for the whistle to blow to put forth an entire season’s worth of blood, sweat and tears into motion.
The Kent County Sheriff’s Office has identified six people arrested in connection with the killing of a Spencer Township man Brent Luttrell, 34, was shot, stabbed and left to die alongside the road after a home invasion at his home on Pinewood Street just east of Lincoln Lake Avenue in the early morning hours of Sept. 8.
The Kent County Sheriff’s Office has arrested six people in connection with the murder of a Spencer Township man Brent Luttrell, 34, was shot, stabbed and left to die alongside the road after a home invasion at his home on Pinewood Street just east of Lincoln Lake Avenue in the early morning hours of Sept. 8.
In 1980, Mary K. Hoodhood was a 27-year-old woman, engaged to be married and working as a guidance counselor and for the Michigan Legislature. She left for a holiday trip to Silver Lake with her fiancé and his daughter to celebrate Memorial Day weekend. Life was looking good. The next day she woke up as a quadriplegic.
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The Greenville City Council took several steps in welcoming China-based aluminum wheel manufacturer Dicastal North American Inc. to town by paving the way for grant money and drawing up a development agreement. Approved Tuesday night by the council, which will act as the fiduciary for the $5 million in Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding, the grant money is designated toward the purchase of the two former United Solar Ovonic (USO) buildings and 97 acres of land.
The upcoming task to implement expensive asset management plans of this city’s wastewater and storm water systems was inevitable, but the majority of the financial burden has officially been lifted.