Pearl Bartolo has been a familiar face at the United States Post Office in Greenville for more than 32 years. Customers have until Friday to bid farewell to Bartolo, who is retiring as a sales and service retail associate.
A Greenville Department of Public Safety officer received an honor and promotion at the Greenville City Council meeting Tuesday night. Josh McConkie was presented with a promotion to sergeant by Greenville Department of Public Safety Director Mike Pousak.
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The city of Greenville will seek about $10,927.19 from a clawback clause put into place with an agreement between the city and Greystone Printing Inc. — formerly Greenville Printing Co.
The former Tri County Middle School principal has been sentenced to do time on a work crew after pleading guilty to embezzling from his school. William “Bill” Cichewicz was sentenced Thursday in 8th Judicial Circuit Court. He previously pleaded guilty to embezzlement from $200 to $1,000, a misdemeanor with a maximum sentence of one year.
As enforcement against parking in front yards continues to increase throughout the community, Belding City Council members voted Tuesday night to officially ease the fines on first-time offenders of the ordinance. City Manager Randy DeBruine said the fine for parking in the front yard between the property line and the structure, and not the driveway, will be reduced from $100 to $25.
The Greenville Yellow Jackets continued their solid start to the 2012 volleyball season with a pair of nonconference wins. At Allendale, the Yellow Jackets defeated the host Falcons and then dispatched of Grand Rapids Convenant Christian in straight sets on Tuesday.
Turnout was sparse at a meeting Tuesday morning in Lakeview for area community and business leaders. Hosted by Anthony Stickler of public relations firm Stickler LLC in Edmore and featuring speaker David Lorenz of Pure Michigan, the meeting’s aim was to help business owners and community leaders come up with new ideas for promoting their areas.
Outside Belding High School on the first day of classes, a steady rain greeted students Tuesday morning as they trudged through mud and the wet elements, entering from the side entrance of a school that is still under heavy construction both externally and internally. But inside Belding High School, in a brand new gymnasium filled with the entire student body singing the school fight song as the marching band played on, there was no evidence of the cloudy, rainy and muddy conditions that remained outside.
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