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Human Trafficking Awareness Event in Greenville

Human Trafficking Awareness Event in Greenville

The Women's Action Network and Greenville Community Church present "The Slave Across the Street." Theresa Flores, the author of this book and a suvivor of human trafficking, will be the featured speaker. Come and listen to her story along with updates from Senator Judy Emmons on Michigan's Human Trafficking Legislation.

Location and Time: Monday, October 6, 2014 at 6:00pm. Admission is free. For additional information and questions, please call, Jennifer Iteen at 616-835-6937. website: http://womensanction.net

Greenville Community Church, 6596 Vining Rd. in Greenville, MI.

Learn important tips and guidelines about teens and internet safety.

 

Teen injured in crash was trying to fishtail truck


HOWARD CITY, Mich. (WZZM) -- Montcalm County Sheriff's deputies say a teen girl was trying to get her pickup truck to fishtail on a dirt road when it overturned.

The crash happened Friday night on Washburn Street, just east of Sycamore Street.

Deputies say the 16-year-old Howard City girl lost control and her 1999 Dodge Ram 2500 pickup truck ran off the north edge of the roadway. After getting the vehicle back on the road, the truck rolled more than once.

She was taken to Spectrum Butterworth in Grand Rapids with critical injuries. Two passengers, also teen girls, were taken to the hospital by private vehicle and treated and released.

My Town Belding: Citywide garage sale starts Sept. 19

My Town Belding: Citywide garage sale starts Sept. 19

BELDING, Mich.—Bargain hunters beware- a citywide garage sale is happening in Belding this weekend.

The event will take place Friday, Sept. 19 and Saturday, Sept. 20 on 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.  The city will provide maps for free to interested sellers. 

Each map includes the location of registered garage sale sites, as well as some of the items at each sale.

St. Patrick-St. Anthony Parish to Dedicate Hand-Crafted Peace Pole

St. Patrick-St. Anthony Parish to Dedicate Hand-Crafted Peace Pole

GRAND HAVEN, MICH., SEPT. 18, 2014―In observance of United Nations’ “International Day of Peace” worldwide, the general public is invited to a local observance at St. Patrick―St. Anthony Parish to join in the dedication of a hand-crafted Peace Pole on Sunday, September 21st at 4 p.m. on the outdoor south side of the church, at 920 Fulton Avenue in Grand Haven.

“Pope Francis has asked all people to observe the upcoming International Day of Peace no matter whether they attend church or not and we welcome anyone who is interested to join us as we dedicate this long-lasting monument to peace,” said Sally Moser, an International Day of Peace event organizer with St. Patrick-St.

WMU-Cooley Professor & Retired Brigadier Gen. McDaniel Participates in W. Mich. Day of Remembrance

WMU-Cooley Professor & Retired Brigadier Gen. McDaniel Participates in W. Mich. Day of Remembrance

 

WMU-COOLEY LAW SCHOOL PROFESSOR AND RETIRED BRIGADIER GENERAL MICHAEL C.H. McDANIEL

PARTICIPATES IN WEST MICHIGAN DAY OF REMEMBRANCE

 

 

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – To honor all those who sacrificed their lives during the terrorist events of September 11, 2001, the Gerald R. Ford Council of the Boy Scouts of America and the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Foundation and Museum hosted the 13th annual Day of Remembrance and Scout Salute from sunrise to sunset on September 11, 2014. WMU-Cooley Law School Professor and retired Brigadier General Michael C.H.

Schools with Unique and Flexible Learning Models Host Information Sessions

The new school year has arrived and some families may still be undecided on the best education option for their child.

One dead in early morning stabbing


SPENCER TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WZZM) -- The Kent County Sheriff Department is investigating a home invasion and homicide that left one man dead and another person hurt. It happened early Monday morning at a home in the 12,000 block of Pinewood NE.

Deputies say three armed, masked males entered the home around 1 a.m. The victim, 34-year-old Brent Luttrell, exited the home and was confronted by at least one of the suspects outside.

Luttrell was forced into a red vehicle with a loud muffler, driven by a fourth person, and dropped off in the area of Lincoln Lake Avenue and Pinewood. He was found with multiple gunshot and stab wounds and died a local hospital.

Luttrell's girlfriend, cousin, cousin's girlfriend, and a child also live in the house. Luttrell's cousin received facial injuries and was treated and released from the hospital.