Local volunteers beautify H.O. Brumsted Elementary

 A little rain didn’t stop volunteers from helping put shine back into the garden at H.O. Brumsted Elementary over the weekend. Organized by Holland Central alumni (Class of 2005) and a financial professional with Foresters Financial Services Inc., Desirae Currier applied for a community grant to give back to the school. The volunteers for the project – approximately 15 in […]

Local businesses make donations to benefit PBIS

Each year, the PBIS (Positive Behavior Intervention and Support) team at Arcade Elementary hosts a number of fundraising events throughout the school year. These fundraising events include a Chicken BBQ and STEM night and the Color Fun Run, held recently on Saturday, June 9 (money from this particular event is shared with both Arcade and Delevan Elementary schools). Barb Agen, […]

Local volunteers beautify H.O. Brumsted Elementary

Students painting a stepping stone walkway through the garden prior to the clean up event.

Carol J. George, former co-owner of Central House in North Java

Carol J. George of Route 39 in Chafee passed away Wednesday, June 20, 2018 at Bertrand Chaffee Hospital in Springville. She was 74. Born July 7, 1943 in Machias, she was a daughter of the late Allen and Anna Roblee Dessert. Carol was the former co-owner of the Central House in North Java. Prior to the Central House, she was […]

Long Term Care Benefits: Secure Your Future, Protect Your Retirement

America’s veterans and their families can apply for long term care insurance long before they need it. (NAPS)

Your Next Extraordinary Adventure: Western Australia’s Ningaloo Reef

(BPT) – Have you ever heard of Australia’s other reef? A place where the red and orange hues of Australia’s iconic outback meet white sand beaches and turquoise blue water, where you can walk off the shore and instantly experience pristine coral reef during a special drift snorkel, and where the best marine encounters in the world are part of […]

Bicyclist makes stop in Freedom on cross-country journey

Hopping out of his cushy, borrowed bed and onto his bicycle in a light rain at 4:25 a.m. on Tuesday morning, Bob Barnes finished his overnight stay in Freedom and began making his way to Forestville. Barnes stayed with his friend, Freedom resident Sue Dreier, on Monday, June 4, as he makes his way across the country on his bike. […]

Ripe for the pickin’

Burley Berries & Blooms offers sweet selections of strawberries and more

<p class=”p1″>Although Megan Burley grew up on a farm, she didn’t know much about cows until she met her husband, Ryan.</p><p class=”p4″>Burley’s family’s farm was focused on vegetable crops. And while Ryan continues to work his family farm — East Hill Farms in Warsaw — Megan wanted to build a business of her own. So, about five years ago she […]

Franklinville Area Police Reports – June 29, 2018

<strong> </strong> <strong>MONDAY, JUNE 18</strong> <strong>Caneadea:</strong> At approximately 9 p.m., Ronald P. Morgan, 48, of Farmersville Station, was charged with criminal contempt in the second degree: disobeying a court order. Morgan was released on his own recognizance. <strong>Delevan:</strong> At approximately 1:28 p.m., Daniel L. Evans, 52, of Fillmore was charged with burglary in the second degree: of a dwelling, for an […]

Morality is a personal choice

Dear Editor, In last week’s issue of the Arcade Herald, there was an unsigned editorial titled, Convenient narratives and morals. I say unsigned because nobody put their own name on it, rather made the impression that everyone at the Herald was in agreement. The editorial covered a wide range of issues: President Trump, immigration, and bias in news media. I […]