Village Council decided Monday that "mum' would be the word on a grassroots petition drive that aims to put disincorporation before voters this summer.
Although the item was on the agenda, council members said they didn't feel comfortable discussing the possibility of dissolving into Spring Lake Township unless the question actually makes it to the Aug. 7 ballot.
The recent heat streak coaxed buds and blossoms into being, but without the freeze, there's an early onset of sneeze and wheeze.
And you'd better hang onto your tissues. This weekend's pollen count in the Tri-Cities is projected to be the highest it has been all season.
Fruitport has had only two varsity football coaches during the past 40-plus seasons and both will likely be in the Michigan High School Football Coaches Association Hall of Fame in the not-to-distance future.
Physical pain typically is a symptom of a problem.
Chronic pain-physical pain that persists for weeks or months or even years-is, in itself, a problem that can lead to job loss, deterioration of relationships, depression and exhaustion.
Now that the remains of the deceased have been removed from the columbarium at the former C3 Exchange building, pieces of the former final resting place are headed for the auction block.
Employees of Byron Center-based Repocast removed the granite markers from the "Garden of Grace' on the south side of the building at 225 E. Exchange St. on Wednesday.