One Greenville resident has been working with the planning commission to see his property rezoned to be able to update his residency up-to-date.
Jayde Stevens, 15, was barely 3 years old when she was first diagnosed with systemic juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. Although the disease can be devastating, Jayde’s particular case wasn’t as bad as some, at least at first.
It was an eclectic mix gathered Thursday evening at Montcalm Community College — politicians, local business owners and farmers. But they all had one thing in common – a shared interest in the continued health of the state’s agriculture business.
A spunky nurse with a knack for getting her move on was honored Tuesday evening during the 19th annual Carson City Area Community Recognition Night at St. Mary’s Hall. Nora Ryan, a registered nurse at Carson City Hospital and local Zumba instructor, was named Citizen of the Year on Tuesday evening in front of her family, friends and co-workers.
Montcalm County offices will be closed today for the first of five furlough days this spring and summer.
A Greenville Middle School student was expelled from Greenville Public Schools for possession of a knife.
A friendly competition between two rival towns will result in a winning situation for both communities. Miss Danish Festival 2011 Audrey Frank challenged Miss Belding 2011 Arianna Leppink to a Greenville vs. Belding food drive competition this week at the two high schools to see which community can round up the most nonperishable food items to contribute to local food pantries.
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Names have been released regarding a fatal car-motorcycle accident Wednesday night in Ionia.
Visitors to the Robert Lee Davis Memorial Park in McBride are in for a change of scenery. The village of McBride received a letter last December that it was among those recommended to receive a $132,300 Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund (MNRTF) development grant.