Joe Reisner was one of the last ones to make his way out to the pitch on Monday night — he had to change.
The Greenville girls soccer head coach surprised his 10 seniors during the senior night presentation by dressing up in the Yellow Jacket mascot costume. It was a light gesture, one that he wanted to stick with the girls no matter the outcome of the game.
From spending more than $2 million on city streets to replacing a pedestrian bridge over the Flat River, city leaders are gearing up to approve several capital improvements.
On April 26, the Greenville City Council held a special meeting to review the proposed Capital Improvement Program (CIP) budget for fiscal year 2022-2023.
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Business duo looking to add 44 new apartments just outside of Howard City
The Reynolds Township Planning Commission in a split vote last week approved recommending a special use permit to allow the construction of 11 quadplex buildings just outside of Howard City.
Last Thursday’s public hearing was held in a very informal manner — residents were allowed to speak as long as they wanted to without identifying themselves, multiple people spoke at the same time and often went off-topic and the Daily News at one point asked the Planning Commission to restore some sort of order so that deliberations could be overheard.
Over the last couple of years, my grandfather has exhibited worsening signs of dementia. He lives in Colorado so I only see him once a year when I go out to visit my dad. I always make sure I can spend at least a couple of hours of quality time with him.
A murder trial involving the shooting death of a teenage Greenville girl 16 months ago got underway Monday afternoon in Montcalm County Circuit Court.
Kevin Bartz, 23, of Cedar Springs and Nicholas Bauer, 18, of Stanton were each charged with murder, assault with intent to commit murder and two counts each of felony firearms in the January 2021 death of Destini Cunliffe, 18, of Greenville, as well as the shooting of a 15-year-old Greenville girl who sustained a leg injury in the Evergreen Township incident.
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