Great teachers inspire great students. If you read the pages of this publication last week, you know the domino effect is alive and well in our area schools.
Over the course of 10 years, the Greenville Downtown Development Authority (DDA) will save close to a half million dollars through the refinancing of the refunding bond.
Read Police Reports for Feb. 15, 2012.
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A timeline of United Solar Ovonic (USO) and Energy Conversion Devices (ECD).
United Solar Ovonic (USO) and its parent company, Energy Conversion Devices (ECD), voluntarily filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy today. The news could not be more different than six years ago when plans were announced to construct six solar panel manufacturing facilities in Greenville for a total of 1,200 new jobs. In reality, four plants were created in two buildings and a total of 474 people were employed at the peak of operation.
This year is shaping up to be full of positive changes for the Montcalm County 4-H Fair. The biggest difference this year will be a new date for the annual fair.
Miss Michigan 2011 Elizabeth Wertenberger and Miss Outstanding Teen 2011 Marissa Cowans not only hosted the first Miss Heartland Scholarship pageant Sunday at the Central Montcalm Upper Elementary School, they also crowned the lucky young women who hope to become their successors.
Greenville Public Schools will receive a gift of $13,000 from a resident to install a new system for the hearing-impaired at the Performing Arts Center. The Greenville Public Schools Board of Education accepted the gift during Monday night’s meeting.
The man who allegedly robbed Greenville’s Huntington Bank at gunpoint has a local criminal record and has lived a transient life throughout Montcalm County since he was a child. Reuben Dean Olson III, 22, was arrested Feb. 1 at his girlfriend’s home in Shepard.