Funeral notices for Saturday, November 16, 2013
The Greenville Planning Commission tabled a decision Thursday on a request to rezone an area that is part of a planned use development (PUD) district to residential while commissioners look into potential impact on the zone’s residents and obtain a legal review.
A longtime deputy clerk for Greenville has resigned from her position after her status was reduced to part-time as a result of the city’s recent budget cuts.
When one peeks at the horizon of what could be in the future for the Carson City-Crystal Area Schools district, an enticing list of improvements begins to reveal itself. A new gymnasium? Additional classrooms? Technology and equipment upgrades?
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Friday, Nov. 15, 2013
In Montcalm County, big government is dead and the economy is alive. In fact, Lakeview has expanded its economic base by more than 30 percent in the last 24 months, with the lowest unemployment rate in the county. The village has added more than $20 million in new investments and north of 60 new good paying jobs in the last 12 months alone.
I have asked The Daily News to hold the column I had prepared for this week and print this one instead because it is time sensitive.
Greenville High School senior Leah Somerfield has always dreamed of playing basketball at the collegiate level. On Wednesday, that dream became a reality as Somerfield signed a Letter of Intent to play basketball for the Oakland University Golden Grizzlies.
Taylor Johnson knows only one thing when it comes to winning. It takes work. That’s what she told Belding’s girls basketball players when she was invited by coach Brad Wilson to speak to them after practice Wednesday.
Not many folks understand exactly what the Affordable Care Act (ACA) means for them individually. And because information on what’s required has been slow coming, many businesses are muddling a bit, too.