Read The Daily Funeral Notices for Nov. 7, 2013
The Greenvillle City Council has finally closed the book on a year-long lawsuit with Eureka Township after receiving the documents requested in the original Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request. “We need to get along better and cooperate more,” said Greenville Mayor John Hoppaugh, adding that both the city and the township have had long histories of working well with other municipalities. “We have really been pioneers in that, collaboration and cooperation. Those words are not new to us. We need to continue to do that.”
Charles “Bub” Mahar loved sports. More specifically, he loved Belding Redskins football. On Saturday, the Belding Redskins family lost a longtime supporter and friend in Mahar. He was 86.
Tuesday’s election saw an assortment of newcomers and familiar faces voted into office in Belding, Carson City, Greenville and Stanton.
After marching its way to the Michigan Competing Band Association (MCBA) state finals held at Ford Field Saturday, the Belding High School band can now officially call itself one of the top bands in the state for the 2013-14 school year.
A longtime Belding police officer has been terminated from his job after his alleged off-duty involvement in a bar fight. Belding City Manager Meg Mullendore confirmed Jason Cooper was terminated from his position as a police officer on Oct. 23. She said Cooper’s termination “revolved around policy and procedural violations.”
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2013
There’s a hard-edged romance that rides shotgun with drivers of the big rigs rolling across the ribbons of concrete that make up America’s highway system. The open road, the freedom, a life unchained from the desk, the cubicle, the office; it’s a dream only a few ever realize. Of course, those who actually pilot an 18-wheeler will no doubt tell you it’s not all it’s cracked up to be, that every job has its downside.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2013
For three years, Kristin Ritter has been looking for the perfect home for her and her two young sons, but for one reason or another it just didn’t happen. That is until Habitat for Humanity stepped in. Now, Ritter and her sons, Gaige, 8, and Cailix, 4, are awaiting the construction of their new home, a two-story, three-bedroom home on West South Street in Greenville — definitely a step up from their crowded apartment.