A Greenville man was sent to prison Thursday after driving and crashing a moped while drunk. Daniel Fuller, 61, previously pleaded guilty in 8th Judicial Circuit Court to operating while intoxicated third offense. A second count of driving with a suspended license second offense and a habitual offender third offense notice were dropped in exchange for his plea.
A Greenville man pleaded no contest Thursday to a charge related to a stabbing incident at the Wesco gas station in Greenville. Eric Tett, 27, was originally charged with assault with a deadly weapon, assault with intent to do great bodily harm less than murder and vehicle tampering.
When it’s all said and done, Luke Gilmore will go down as one of the best wrestlers in Greenville history.
The senior has the record and accolades to back it up.
The Education Foundation of Greenville is entering into its fourth year of its OUR3 campaign and officials are excited about the results.
Since beginning the campaign, it has raised more than $526,000 through pledges or donations for academic enhancements and performing arts funds.
To add to the success of the campaign, the foundation has announced a new opportunity for the OUR3 campaign and is expanding the foundation’s endowments.
A 1-month-old baby died Thursday morning in Greenville. Officers from the Greenville Department of Public Safety responded at 10:45 a.m. to a home on W. Grove Street after a report was made of an infant not breathing
Greystone Print Solutions is consolidating with Foremost Graphics LLC and will be leaving Greenville to operate out of a Walker location. The name of the two companies will now be Foremost Communications. Greystone Print Solutions printed primarily books, magazines, catalogs and promotional materials.
Firefighters responded to an attic fire at the home of JoAnn Bupp at 6730 W. Schmeid Road north of Lakeview at 2:59 p.m. Thursday.
The time is March 1932. Prohibition is in full swing and Franklin D. Roosevelt will soon be elected president.
But a child has been kidnapped and a woman has been murdered — all during a live radio broadcast.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Friday, Feb. 17, 2012
On a cold, 19-degree February afternoon, George Raimer braved the winter temperatures on his bicycle riding from Saranac to Ionia to survey the future River Valley Rail-Trail. During his ride through the snowy, unpaved trail, Raimer spotted deer, ducks and other winter wildlife and described a vision of what he one day hopes to be a regular trip for anyone with a desire to go for a walk or bike ride near and in the Belding area.