With Greenville’s Danish Festival just around the corner, items are getting approved by the local government to move forward with planning. During Tuesday night’s Greenville City Council meeting, the only items on the agenda were in regards to the annual Danish Festival in August.
Kent Foundry of Greenville will be featured on Thursday in a documentary the Discovery Channel has produced regarding cannon replicas. Kent Foundry, a leading manufacturer of gray and ductile iron castings, has been included a documentary that will air on the Science Channel, which is owned by the Discovery Channel.
Betty Jenkins has been assisting the community of Belding with its library needs for nearly 40 years. When she lost her job at the Alvah N. Belding Memorial Library on March 28 and didn’t know where to turn, that same community came rushing to her aid with unmeasurable support.
A condemned Home Township mobile home park is one step closer to being cleaned up after a court hearing Tuesday afternoon. Judge Suzanne Hoseth Kreeger granted several motions by Home Township attorney Thomas Wilson. The motions gave Corey Davy and Dorothy Henderline 30 days to clean up Edmore Estates on M-46 just west of Edmore — or else pay township officials to do it for them.
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The Lakeview Wildcats baseball team needed to respond just one more time. The Wildcats twice answered rallies by Hesperia to either take the lead or tie the game, but could not do it once more in the final inning of a 7-6 doubleheader nightcap loss on Tuesday. With the game tied 5-5, Hesperia scored two unanswered runs in the top half of the sixth inning. Both runs were scored on throwing errors, which gave the Panthers a 7-5 lead.
The Greenville Yellow Jackets baseball team was the first to defeat the Grand Rapids Christian Eagles this season. The Eagles — Division 2 runner-up in 2011 — were ranked No. 1 this year in Division 2 and are favored to win the state title.
The Detroit News recently published a story about Greenville that was negative and misleading. Oddly, the newspaper used the word “blight” to describe Greenville. The Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce has decided to turn those lemons into lemonade.
Families who received food assistance benefits through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) may participate in the Double up Food Bucks at the local Greenville Farmers Market. According to Gae Donovan-Wolfe, executive director of the Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce, Double-up Food Bucks is a program through the Fair Food Network that supplies the means to purchase more locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables at the Greenville Farmers Market.
The Greenville High School National Honor Society raised $2,000 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society through an annual fundraiser. Every year, the honor society chooses a charity to donate money to and they hold at least one fundraiser to help raise money to donate to the charity, said Joyce Zimmer, NHS advi