HOME: Get ready for Halloween

Daily News readers were asked whether they decorate their homes/yards for Halloween and what it is they like about the holiday.

OPINION: 12 years ago today

Today is the 12-year anniversary of my daughter’s last day of chemotherapy.

It is a day I mark every year with gratitude for my family’s good health. If I’ve learned anything over time — especially this past year — it’s that our health is precious and can change — literally — overnight.

HOME: Review of good green cleaner

I immediately used the kitchen cleaner on my stovetop that had been gummed and crusted with the tell-tale signs of the week’s dinners.

HOME: Ridding the home of smelly, pet accidents

There’s nothing quite like coming home after a long day and being greeted by an enthusiastic dog or a purring cat, rubbing against your legs.

‘Jacket Pride’ says it all

Greenville High School alumni purchase new sign for Performing Arts Center and gymnasium

As an alumna of Greenville High School from 1963, Pearl Bartolo looks back on her time as a Yellow Jacket with pride and admiration.

But in touring the school seven years ago during her 50th high school reunion, there were a number of things that had changed.

Ionia football struggles continue as it falls to county foe Portland, 42-0, moves to 0-5 on the season

It’s been tough for first-year Ionia football head coach Chad Rhynard to watch his team lose its first five games.

The Bulldogs were shutout for the first time this season at home on Friday against Ionia County foe Portland, 42-0.

Crashing the Platte

As the color of fall slowly descends southward across Michigan, the opportunity to see some truly awe-inspiring sights are coming to a zenith.

Around every turn, the leaves have traded their greens for hues of red and gold, making for an exquisite view almost everywhere. However, some places are in a league all of their own.

‘Unjust enrichment’: Montcalm County judge binds over 3 embezzlement defendants for trial

A Montcalm County judge ruled there was “ample evidence” to bind over three defendants for trial on charges related to an alleged embezzlement scheme which victimized an elderly woman of up to $100,000.

Trustee resigns from Montcalm Township Board

Rau moving out of state to be closer to family

After serving one four-year term on the Montcalm Township Board, Trustee Tim Rau is stepping down to spend more time with family.

During Tuesday evening’s Montcalm Township Board meeting, the board voted unanimously to accept Rau’s resignation, which was effective Sept. 30. Rau’s final meeting was Sept. 9, where he announced at that time his intentions to resign.

Sports roundup for Saturday, Oct. 17, 2020

Sports roundup for Saturday, Oct. 17, 2020