The people of St Paul’s Episcopal Church, Greenville, have called the Reverend David L Vickers to be their new parish priest.
I remember once looking at a seismometer and observing to my surprise that it was continually active.
I felt nothing under my feet, yet I learned the earth is always experiencing some type of seismic disturbance on a continual basis.
Beachgoers hanging out at Crystal Lake for the day have been longing for a pizza joint in town ever since Charlie’s Pit Stop Pizzeria closed last summer.
With the former pizzeria having since been converted into a Dollar General, Jeremy Sheets and Jim Holton saw an opportunity and decided to go for it.
Remediation efforts are underway at the site of a future Starbucks on Greenville’s west side.
The property at 1720 W. Washington St. (M-57) is owned by Kris Krstovski, owner of K2 Retail Construction & Development, who also redeveloped the former Kmart store nearby.
In years past, certain parking lots toward the west end of Stanton have filled with so much rainwater and run-off that it has caused vehicles to become submerged and business areas to be flooded.
With work now underway on a project that aims to prevent future flooding in those areas, city officials are looking to remedy that issue once and for all.
As Stanton officials are planning for a July 13 vote on both its regulatory and updated zoning marijuana ordinances, questions have been voiced about what those ordinances should include.
The Stanton City Commission on Tuesday reviewed a handful of proposed regulatory and zoning marijuana ordinances with Bloom Sluggett attorney David Eberle.
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Herbruck’s Poultry Ranch recently hosted Rep. Peter Meijer for a tour of the Saranac facility and discussion on the agriculture industry in Michigan.
The Ionia Area Chamber of Commerce holds a ribbon cutting for Ryan Secor, a State Farm Insurance agent, at 213 W. Main St. in Ionia.
Read upcoming and pending services for Friday, June 25, 2021.