Tickets for the 14th annual Grand Rapids Symphony Holiday Pops concert go on sale Monday and organizers say the event will once again leave the crowd in awe. “I think it’s something people look forward to each year. It’s a wonderful event,” said Steven Day, chairman of the Education Foundation of Greenville, which puts on the event. “It’s a nice way to kick off the holiday season.”
Read the funeral notices for Saturday, Nov. 9, 2013.
It took more than six months and 75,000 individual pieces to create the Fighting Falcon, the first glider to touch the ground in Europe during the Allied invasion of World War II. And it was built right here in Greenville and paid for through war bonds sold by the Greenville High School class of 1943.
Belding’s volleyball team did it again – just like they have two times before. The Redskins won a Class B district volleyball tournament, knocking off Central Montcalm in straight games 25-23, 25-7, 25-13 in Alma Thursday night.
The Carson City-Crystal Eagles have been preparing all week for its toughest challenge this season on the football field. The Eagles — 10-0 after last week’s 21-6 win over Evart — will face former Central Michigan Athletic Conference rival Pewamo-Westphalia (9-1) in a Division 7 district final tonight at home.
Football rematches don’t happen very often. Well, the Belding Redskins and Comstock Park Panthers get to do just that, a rematch. Same teams, same location, different meaning.
GREENVILLE — What’s your agenda for Michigan? That was the question posed by The Center for Michigan to more than two dozen Greenville residents Thursday evening in a town hall session seeking input on the direction the state is headed.
Funeral notices for Friday, November 8, 2013
This month we observe Veterans Day, which is a special holiday first set aside by Congress in 1919. Originally it was called Armistice Day, and declared by President Woodrow Wilson as a day to be “filled with solemn pride in the heroism of those who died in the country’s service and with gratitude for the victory” of World War I.
Hundreds of area residents were able to rub elbows with business owners and their staff members as more than 50 businesses were present during the Greenville Expo 2013, held Wednesday at Greenville High School. “That’s a really good aspect of (the expo), I think,” said Mary Mitchell, who attended the event. “We get to meet people we don’t know.”