GREENVILLE — The Greenville Planning Commission is working on amending ordinances to bring them up-to-date and adding new ones.
GREENVILLE — The inaugural Montcalm County Walk to End Alzheimer’s on Sept. 10 raised $6,400, which will go to research on Alzheimer’s disease. The walk attracted 67 participants. The Boys from Amsden provided music as the walkers registered. Each walker had a personal story and reason for walking. Families walked in honor of a loved [...]
Cancer doesn’t discriminate among young or old and male or female. Neither do area schools helping to raise money to fight the disease. The Lowell Red Arrows have set the standard when it comes to raising awareness and prevention of cancer among area high school districts. For four years, the “Pink Arrow Pride Project” has [...]
Early 2004 looked to be a great year for Rockford resident Julie Elyea and her family.
“I cruised along through February, March, April and May,” she said. “Everything was going as I had planned. Then came June 23.”
WASHINGTON — Dolinda Riley Barnes died at age 28 after battling breast cancer for four years.
Montcalm County Clerk’s Office and Prosecutor’s Office employees soon may be working behind bulletproof glass.
The future of court security is still unknown, but the Board of Commissioners is being proactive in the meantime.
Changes at the Montcalm County Animal Control continued to be discussed Tuesday.
Former Animal Control Director Patricia Lentz’s position was eliminated Sept. 26 as part of $1.3 million in county budget cuts.
Commissioners previously voted to hire a part-time shelter assistant to help Animal Control Officer Angie Sova.
Equalization Department employees are missing their assessment roll specialist.
Senior Appraiser Kay Vestergaard and Address Administrator Deb Becker appeared Tuesday before the Montcalm County Finance & Personnel Committee and again asked commissioners to reinstate former Assessment Roll Specialist Yvonne Niswonger.
Black Field was dedicated in 1936. In between. it has been used for football, soccer, track and field, softball and much more. More recently, football players begin playing on Black Field as young as 7-years-old and wrap up their careers as seniors in high school.
Greenville Public Schools got a favorable review on the district’s annual financial audit.
Phillip Saurman, an accountant at Hungerford, Aldrin, Nichols and Carter PC in Greenville, gave the district an unqualified opinion on its money management practices and federal compliance audit.