City residents will notice an increase in sewer rates, which will go into affect in April. At Tuesday’s meeting, the Greenville City Council approved a 10 percent mid-year rate increase to the sewer rates for city residents.
A woman will appear in court for a preliminary examination after allegedly embezzling from the Walnut Hills Elementary School Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) in Greenville.
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SPRINGPORT — For the second time this season, Grandville Calvin Christian’s girls basketball team upset a team ranked seventh in the state in the Associated Press Class C girls basketball poll. This time it was Carson City-Crystal, who lost 37-35 on a putback of a missed shot with 10 seconds left to play. Squires guard [...]
More than 70 people attended a standing-room-only community forum on Monday night to hear about the future of Palo Community Schools. Bob Kjolhede, the superintendent of Palo and the Ionia County Intermediate School District (ICISD), opened the meeting on a somber note.
This village was the location of Montcalm County’s first 24/7 unmanned recycling site starting in November 2011. The pilot program was such a success that county officials approved creating six additional sites in Carson City, Crystal, Edmore, Lakeview, Montcalm Township and Stanton last August.
A 45-year old Greenville woman was injured when the vehicle she was riding in drove into oncoming traffic, resulting in an accident Monday evening. A gray Oldsmobile 88 driven by a 28-year-old Greenville man and carrying three passengers was traveling northbound on Baldwin Street in Greenville at approximately 5:37 p.m. when it came to a stop at the intersection at Washington and Baldwin streets.
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Apparently, Northview has the number of Greenville. Both boys and girls. On Friday, the Wildcats’ girls team knocked the Yellow Jackets out of the district tournament in the finals. Then on Monday, the boys team ended the season of the Yellow Jackets in the first round of the district tournament.
It took a little while for Lakeview’s boys basketball team to get into the swing of things at their Class B district basketball game at Shepherd Monday night. But when they did get going, it was too late.