No students were on a Montcalm Area Intermediate School District (MAISD) bus that crashed in Greenville Friday afternoon. The MAISD bus was traveling southbound on Lafayette street (M-91) when it slid through a red light at the intersection of Lafayette and Van Deinse streets and collided with a Dodge Ram 2500.
Lottery retailers throughout the area are seeing a substantial increase in customers purchasing tickets for the Mega Millions game which this past week climbed to more than $500 million. That’s a 5 followed by eight zeros, folks, or $500,000,000; a lotta green in anybody’s book. This amount sets a new record for the Mega Millions jackpot. The final jackpot is at least $540 million after brisk ticket sales.
The Greenville Department of Public Safety is looking for a suspect that stole a jacket and purse from a cart at Meijer on Thursday. A woman victim was talking to a person in the bakery section at Meijer located on W. Carson City Streeet, when she turned to find her purse and jacket were missing from her cart.
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The issue of contamination at the Electrolux property on the corner of Bridge and Main streets in Belding is one that won’t be going away anytime soon. About 85 people gathered in the Belding High School auditorium for a three-hour meeting Thursday night to listen and ask questions as members of Belding City Council gave a presentation of environmental uses on the Electrolux property on the corner of Bridge and Main streets.
I’ve been working on an archaeological dig the past couple weeks. It’s been no picnic; I’ve dug and dusted, classified, sorted and catalogued. It was hard, boring work. Archaeology, it turns out, isn’t always about Tyrannosaurus bones and long-legged, blonde assistants.
The city of Carson City is paying its former police chief more than a quarter million dollars to settle a wrongful termination lawsuit.
Former Carson City police chief Jeff Hilliker received $273,000 after being fired last spring, according to an out-of-court settlement obtained by The Daily News via a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request.
Goodbye. So wrote Paul Dean when he left the Arizona Republic for a new job in San Diego and so begin I today. I was greatly impressed with that stand alone word, eloquent in its singularity, majestic and grandiose. As stately as an obelisk, it stood granite firm in its unequivocal declaration of finality. For [...]
A group of Greenville High School students are trying to make a different through a poverty project. For their senior project, a group of girls were going to raise awareness of poverty in the United States, but then they found how many people are suffering in their own hometown.
After eight hours of deliberation and testimony on behalf of Electrolux and the city of Belding on Wednesday, the members of the Belding Historic District Commission (HDC) officially denied Electrolux’s application to demolish buildings not deemed historic by the commission. At last week’s HDC meeting, the commission entered rulings that buildings 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 on the property, which include the original silk mill, clock tower and smokestack, had historical significance, officially preserving them from demolition by Electrolux.