Showers enrolls at University of Evansville

Shain Showers of Belmont has enrolled at the University of Evansville. Showers, majoring in finance, joins an entering class defined by its strong academic ability and diversity. Members of the freshman class averaged 1,176 on the SAT’s critical reading and math components. (The national average, as reported by SAT, is 1,011.) They also scored an […]

Belmont pizza joint feeds the hungry

Restaurateur Tony Griffin, owner of B.C. Pizza Belmont, isn’t timid about telling people how great his food is. “Our gourmet pizza selection is untouchable,” he said, “…Greek-Mediterranean pizza, Southwest Portabella and Steak, and the fan favorite Chicken Parmazeti, just to name a few. People rave about our crust. It’s a little on the sweeter side, […]

OBITUARIES — William D. Workman

Mr. William D. Workman, aged 71 of Belmont, passed away Monday, August 20, 2012. Surviving are his wife of 50 years, Shirley Workman; children, Michael (Julie) Hall, Patrick (Vicki) Hall, Daniel Hall, Steven Workman, Karen Workman, Jim (Patty) Workman; grandchildren, Alicia Hall, Michael Hall, Patrick Hall, David Workman, Alexandra Workman, Tyler Workman; eight great-grandchildren; brothers, […]

Belmont Y unveils military appreciation wall

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The Wolverine World Wide Family YMCA in Belmont unveiled a military appreciation wall on Thursday, August 2, where people can put up postings where they know people serving in the military around the world. The Y offers free military memberships to anyone serving in active duty, along with their families. The wall was donated by […]

Engelkes picked to represent Michigan

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Sixth-grader Jake Engelkes of Belmont has been chosen as one of 12 baseball players in the state to represent Michigan 11U in the USSSA Jr. All-State Championship Tournament to be held in Fishers, Indiana August 9-12. Engelkes plays travel baseball for Elite, and will attend East Rockford Middle School this fall. He is only one […]