The following is another press release from the City of Lowell about rising waters along the Grand River.
We received the following from the city regarding how potential flooding and impact in areas prone to flooding. The above photo was taken today around 11am.
We received the following press release from LowellArts regarding their Moving to Main Campaign. For Immediate Release Contact: LowellArts, Lorain Smalligan, Executive Director Phone: 616-897-8545 Email: email@example.com LowellArts’ “Moving to Main” Campaign Goal Reached […]
January sure felt long, didn’t it? Five Mondays in one month seems like one too many. However, the calendar is flipped, and we’re on to February now. As we say good-bye to January, let’s countdown […]
The following news comes courtesy of the Friends of the Fred Meijer River Valley Rail-Trails. Lansing, MI: The Natural Resource Trust Board approved a recommendation of two trust Fund Applications for the Fred Meijer […]
This guest article comes from Laurie Eldred of Eldred’s Clinical Services. Happy Holidays! I hope that the important holidays — Thanksgiving, Kwanza, Christmas, Hanukkah or whatever you celebrate — are a joyful experience for […]
Bruce Matthews has been keeping busy since retiring from the North Country Trail Association this past summer. Join him and his band in early January to kick off the new year of LowellArts’ indoor music […]
Senior Neighbors gives those 60+ opportunities to experience social, educational, and entertaining activities throughout the week. Daily lunch allows those who want to take a break from making a meal for one or two to […]