A Belding hair salon is giving back to those who are serving in the military.
Central Montcalm Public School students found several changes when they returned to classes this fall.
American tales, clowns and old-fashioned charm delighted visitors of the fourth annual Harvest Fest on Saturday in downtown Blanchard.
Declining enrollment is an every day reality for public schools across the region, putting a strain on their finances.
However, public schools aren’t alone in struggling to make ends meet with fewer students. Private schools are feeling the pinch as well — some more than others.
Even though Belding lost to Sparta on Rudness Field Friday night, the community won off the field.
A drunken man skirting Prohibition laws in effect 85 years ago during Lakeview’s homecoming celebration ended with the first police line-of-duty death in Montcalm County and the area’s first female sheriff. Sheriff Franklin B. Henkel died 85 years ago today from a pair of gunshot wounds after he tried to stop Edgar Arnett, 20 at the time, from driving home drunk from downtown Lakeview.
Corey Van Duinen’s ArtPrize entry “And a Child Will Lead Them” features 100 glass and wood silhouettes of children decorated by youths throughout West Michigan.
The East Grand Rapids Pioneers showed their versatility by scoring its first three touchdowns in every phase of the game.
The city hopes to drum up more enthusiasm about its often-overlooked potential with the release of three new community marketing videos.
There was no shortage of pink Belding spirit in the Belding High School gymnasium Friday afternoon. Middle school and high school students gathered to kick off an afternoon and evening of pink events for the “Day to Believe.”