Members of Preferred Federal Credit Union (PFCU) in Greenville will likely see few, if any, changes in day-to-day operations after July 1, when a planned merger with Grand Valley Co-op Credit Union takes affect.
A Greenville resident was diagnosed with Chiari Malformation (CM) and Syringomyelia and she has been fighting to raise funds and awareness for the cause ever since.
A driver and passenger escaped with bumps and bruises Thursday evening after the vehicle they were riding in rolled several times before landing upside down in a ditch on Storey Road (M-91) near Save A Lot in Otisco Township.
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Veterans of the armed services who once attended Lakeview Public Schools hold a special place in the hearts of members of the Hough-Pontius VFW post. It doesn’t matter if the service man or woman in your life passed through the schools for one semester of Kindergarten or throughout an entire academic career, the VFW wants to hear from you.
The Michigan State Boundary Commission (SBC) approved the petition by Mersen USA of Greenville to be annexed from Eureka Township into the city of Greenville. The final OK is pending the approval of the Director of the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs Steven H. Hilfinger.
A deadline is now looming for an accused child abuser to decide whether to accept a plea deal from the Montcalm County Prosecutor’s Office. Benjamin Wilkins, 26, of Greenville, is charged with first-degree and second-degree child abuse of his girlfriend Samantha Slater’s 2-year-old daughter Brooklyn Weimer, who has been hospitalized since March 24 with severe abdominal and brain injuries.
The village of Sheridan is going to be getting a major face-lift this summer. Some of the improvements there, such as new picnic tables at the lakeside park, have already been completed. But the lion’s share of the work lies ahead.
A Carson City woman died Wednesday after sustaining injuries from a four-vehicle crash Tuesday in Oakfield Township.
During Monday’s regular meeting, Justin Barr, a junior at Greenville High School, addressed the Eureka Township Board after being asked by a township board member to attend the meeting and share what he is trying to do.