n the past year, Greenville High School saw many of its student-athletes succeed both on and off the field. On Friday night, those athletes will be recognized for their accomplishments in front of a home basketball crowd. All teams and individual all-state student-athletes will be honored during halftime of Friday’s varsity girls basketball game between Greenville and Forest Hills Northern. The girls game is expected to begin around 7:30 p.m. The boys game begins at 6 p.m.
A local woman spent most of her life bettering the community by helping others, taking part in organizations and making a difference. Mary Theresa “Mo” Beach, 68, of Stanton, died Tuesday at the Meijer Heart Center in Grand Rapids.
Read the minutes from Spencer Township Board meetings on Sept. 18, Oct. 16 and Nov. 20.
Read the minutes from the Nov. 13 Oakfield Township Board meeting.
A funeral will be held in Greenville on Friday for a Montcalm County woman who lost her life in a tragic event Monday in Grand Rapids. According to WZZM 13, Chelsea Magoon, 21, died from a gunshot wound in a vehicle parked at Arbor Circle near the corner of Ball Avenue and Leonard Street in a double homicide-suicide. Quiana Phillips, 31, also died from a gunshot wound after the suspect, Marvin Duane Lockridge, 27, shot both women and then took his own life.
Read the funeral notices for Thursday, Dec. 20, 2012.
It’s the Christmas season and we are ever mindful that it is to be one of the most joyous times of the year, and maybe, as some time passes, it will be. However, to ignore the horrific events of last Friday in Newtown would not be an honest reflection of this particular season. The fact is that our Christmas seasons forevermore may be tainted with the memory of last week.
A Greenville man was arraigned Wednesday on charges for operating while intoxicated causing death, a 15-year felony, according to the Ionia County Sheriff’s Department. Deputies responded to Jefferson Road north of Nickleplate Road in Ronald Township for an accident at about 1:23 a.m. Wednesday.
For Rick Moore, the journey from Belding High School student to Nashville songwriter and author of a recently released eBook has been a long one, filled with unexpected twists and turns. And though the road hasn’t always been an easy one, at least it hasn’t been boring. Moore’s new eBook, “Bringing in the Sheep,” is the culmination of years of work and decades of writing.
Although unforeseen circumstances postponed a remodeling project at AAA Insurance in Greenville, the city has approved renewing a previous purchase agreement so the company can continue where it left off. During Tuesday’s Greenville City Council meeting, the council approved a purchase and sale agreement for the sale of city-owned property on Lafayette Street Park to AAA Insurance owner Roy LaMarte.