Here’s a list of upcoming fireworks displays in celebration of Independence Day on the Fourth of July.
Jason Hall’s 1978 International Harvester Scout II is simply impressive in performance.
It cuts through the sand like a hot scooper to ice cream. It climbs steep hills so effortlessly that it makes the ridiculously steep Test Hill at Silver Lake seem like a bunny hill. And, oh my, how cool it looks — with its sleek, bright siam yellow body, its removable soft top and its muscle-bound, 33-inch by 12.50-inch Wrangler mud terrain tires.
But behind its hardcore performance, neck-snapping power and its pristine look lies an even more impressive story.
he music of Duo Project — saxophonist Derek Brown and finger-style guitarist David Youngman — defies classification. It incorporates elements of jazz, bluegrass, pop and even classical genres. And at 7 p.m. Tuesday, that eclectic blend will come to Lakeview with a live concert at Lakeview Community Church, located on the corner of M-57 and Lincoln Avenue in the building which once housed the Bargains Unlimited store.
Read the funeral notices for Monday, July 1, 2013.
We were glad to see that our Michigan legislators did the right thing on Wednesday by passing legislation that keeps a six-month redemption period in place for homeowners facing foreclosure.
The history and heritage of the Danish culture that surrounds the Greenville area is maintained and celebrated throughout the year by many dedicated members of the community. But as time passes, those with knowledge of the traditions and events that help designate Greenville as the “Danish Festival City” move on, and it’s up to younger generations to keep the Danish sprit alive.
No one understands the emotional balancing act a mother goes through when she has a son or daughter serving overseas with the military better than someone who has been in the same situation herself. For some, it represents the first time a child has been living away from home. Couple that with the very real possibility of danger in combat and it creates a recipe for angst, at best.
To promote reading, especially at a young age, a Little Free Library has been built in Greenville for children to enjoy. Baldwin Heights Elementary School Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) President Ann Harvey said the idea of a Little Free Library came from Literacy Intervention Specialist Sarah Shoemaker at Baldwin Heights, who asked the PTO to help fund the project.
Residents in the city of Greenville will have to find a new option to dispose of their yard waste. As of July 15, the city will no longer be picking up leaves, brush and grass clippings from the curbside.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Saturday, June 29, 2013