Video was rolling during an armed robbery of the Huntington Bank in downtown Greenville. However, surveillance footage has yielded no clues as to the identity of the suspect who allegedly used a gun to rob the bank the morning of Nov. 9.
The man shot at Flat River Inn & Suites more than two weeks ago remains in a coma at an undisclosed hospital. An unknown assailant shot Kenneth Neal multiple times in the chest, abdomen and legs at the motel on Hillcrest Street around 12:25 a.m. Nov. 12. The suspect allegedly came to the door and fired several shots at Neal.
A report from the Nov. 14 Lakeview Village Council meeting.
Read The Daily News Funeral Notices for Dec. 1, 2011.
A lot has been said about Greenville’s favorite son, Fred Meijer, since his death on Friday evening. Accolades and compliments have been pouring in from across the county. All of them are well deserved.
Meijer was a model citizen who did Greenville and Montcalm County proud.
The fifth annual Yellow Jacket Challenge has been recognized as a quality physical activity event by the Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness. Greenville Public Schools’ Wellness Team is hosting a 5K run, one-mile walk and young Yellow Jacket fun runs at April 15, 2012, at Greenville High School. The primary goal of the event is to challenge and change lifestyles of students, staff and the community.
Santa Claus is coming to town — including just about each and every town in Montcalm County and surrounding areas. Many local Christmas-themed events will be taking place in December. All festivities are community-oriented and free.
Unique artwork will be featured during Montcalm Community College’s annual Holiday Time Art Show and Sale this week. The event features an open house and an artwork sale in the Instruction North Building Art Gallery on the college’s Sidney campus. Hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
GREENVILLE — By the time the fourth quarter began the Greenville Yellow Jackets found themselves trailing by five points. It was also the time they settled down.
Greenville seniors Katie Dunham and Mackenzy Nichols hit shot after shot in the fourth quarter to lead the Yellow Jackets to a season opening victory over the Cedar Springs Red Hawks 40-33.
Debrah Tubergen remembers May 22, 1946, like it was yesterday. The little girl heard and watched fire trucks race down Lafayette Street as Meijer’s Thrift Market was destroyed in a fire in downtown Greenville.