Two juveniles were arrested Friday after allegedly breaking into Greenville vehicles. Officers from the Greenville Department of Public Safety responded to two larceny from vehicle reports around 11 p.m. Thursday, both on N. Lafayette Street.
When Central Montcalm Public School students begin new class schedules at the semester break in January, there will also be some teachers with new schedules, as a result of layoffs of staff.
Carson City-Crystal’s change of conferences to the Mid-State Activities Conference has worked out good so far. The boys basketball team picked up their first conference win Thursday night, beating Vestaburg 55-43 in Vestaburg.
Butternut Homeschoolers 57, SE GR Homeschoolers 49: Butternut picked up their fourth win of the season Wednesday night, going on a 15-7 run over the final two minutes of the game to break open a tied game…
For 27 years, the Greenville Lions Club has joined forces with Meijer to give Greenville children a brighter Christmas.
Relationships a cashier has built with her customers over her seven years of employment at a Greenville convenience store may have helped her Thursday night when a man stormed into her store demanding money. Debbie Edmaiston of Gowen was working her late-night shift at the Handy Market in Greenville when a younger man wearing a mask told her to get behind the counter.
In its current state, the parking lot adjacent to Central Riverside Park in Belding is in severe disrepair, and has been for some time. The future of that parking lot, used by parents driving children to soccer games, families meeting in the park for reunions and other various activities throughout the park, may very well be determined by a potential grant that was discussed in heavy detail during a work session at Tuesday night’s city council meeting.
After Eureka Township election results were challenged, the incumbent Democrat supervisor remains. Candidate Republican Les Lillie petitioned to challenge the results after hearing of difficulties that took place while counting the votes.
A Greenville man reported his safe was missing — then was arrested when police located the contents of the safe. The Greenville Department of Public Safety responded to call of a portable safe that was stolen from a home at about 1:20 a.m. Monday in the 400 block of Orange Street.
It was the type of start the Greenville Yellow Jackets wrestling team was looking for. The host Yellow Jackets earned two convincing wins to start the year on Wednesday night. First they topped Reed City 62-16 and then Rockford 46-19.