To improve educational opportunities for young children, a program is being initiated in Montcalm County to provide books. The Dolly Parton Imagination Library is being brought to the area through the Montcalm County Great Start Collaborative.
Central Michigan’s women’s basketball team knew they had a big game Thursday night against fifth-ranked Notre Dame. The crowd knew it too and came out over 3,800 strong to support the Lady Chippewas.
It didn’t take long for the girls high school basketball season to heat up. In just the second game for both schools, the Greenville Yellow Jackets will host longtime rival Belding Redskins tonight at 7 p.m.
One game and one win so far for the Montabella Mustangs girls basketball team. The Mustangs finished with a stellar 15-5 regular season record a year ago, but lost in their first game of the postseason tournament 51-44 to St. Louis.
There’s no doubt firefighting can be a dangerous, difficult job. The men and women who put in the time and effort needed to protect the rest of us deserve the best training and equipment possible.
Montcalm Community College invites community members to celebrate the holidays during its 31st annual Santa’s Super Sunday on MCC’s campus in Sidney.
Read funeral notices for Friday, November 30, 2012.
A boy is being treated at Spectrum Health United Hospital in Greenville for non-life threatening injuries after being hit while riding his bicycle to school this morning.
A gazebo now sits overlooking Baldwin Lake on the Fred Meijer Flat River Trail in Fred Meijer’s honor. The Greenville Area Community Foundation, Spectrum Health United Hospital and Montcalm County Habitat for Humanity collaborated to build the gazebo honoring Meijer.
For eight years, the city of Belding has been with the same manager in Randy DeBruine, but on Wednesday, after submitting his letter of resignation to members of city council, the search will now begin for a new leader. DeBruine will step down Dec. 28 — 30 days after submitting his letter, as is written in his contract, to accept a new position as the Kent County Sheriff’s administrative officer.