GREENVILLE — Drop your whisks, grab your friends and enjoy a night of fun at the Taste of Home Cooking School, presented live at Greenville High School Performing Arts Center on March 8. Doors open at 4:30 p.m. and the show begins at 6:30 p.m. During this interactive event, you’ll watch top culinary expert Eric [...]
Business After Hours At Mattress 4 U from 5 to 7 p.m., Thursday, March 22 Mattress 4 U is at 701 S. Greenville West Drive, Suite #2 in Greenville. Enjoy a fun night of networking and prizes! $3 at the door for 50/50 drawing. Greenville Business Network Greenville Business Network presents Tech Tuesday’s every Tuesday [...]
Tuesday is decision day for local court security and law enforcement. Voters will be asked whether to approve a property tax increase of up to 1 mill to generate $1.564 million over five years — through 2016 — to provide funding for Montcalm County Sheriff’s Office law enforcement.
The Eureka Township road millage is up for renewal and will appear on Tuesday’s ballots. The millage is being renewed for road maintenance, repair and construction for the period of 2012 to 2017.
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Belding’s boys basketball team came close to winning their first game of the season. But a three-point shot by Brendan Sutherland stayed out, giving the Coopersville Broncos a 46-42 win over the Redskins at Redskin Arena Friday night. Belding dropped to 0-18 on the season. They finish the O-K Blue Conference portion of their schedule 0-10.
The match between the Greenville Yellow Jackets and Tecumseh Indians was expected to be as close as they get. The match didn’t disappoint. Tecumseh earned a major decision in the final match of the night to earn a 30-29 victory over the Greenville Yellow Jackets at the Division 2 state wrestling quarterfinals at Kellogg Arena in Battle Creek on Friday night.
As a single mom, I want to be a superhero for my kids. I want to be able to carve out special time like we used to have before I started working full time. I want to have the patience when I walk through the door to listen to stories about their day and worries that they have and details about their plans for the weekend.
A husband and wife were in court Thursday regarding an upcoming trial to determine whether they are guilty of “hog-tying and beating” their 10-year-old son. Erik Kulkoski, 35, and Michelle Kulkoski, 39, of Stanton, are each charged with first- and second-degree child abuse.