Volunteers at the registration table that supported the 2014 Fall Dinner are from left: Gina Beachy of West Jefferson, Debbie Yoder of London, Debbie Friddle of West Jefferson, Darlene Slack and Shirley Charnitsky of Marysville and Liz Yutzy of Plain City. Volunteers at the registration table that supported the 2014 Fall Dinner are from left: Gina Beachy of West Jefferson, Debbie Yoder of London, Debbie Friddle of West Jefferson, Darlene Slack and Shirley Charnitsky of Marysville and Liz Yutzy of Plain City.


The FFA Chapter at Tolles Career & Technical Center will sponsor "Pet Day" from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, April 18 at the school, located at 7877 U.S. Route 42 South, Plain City. Students in the Animal Management & Services program will offer dog bathing and nail trimming services for donations, and the Humane Society of Madison County will have adoptable dogs to showcase.


David Conley of Rockmill Financial begins the second of three financial presentations to Plain City village council and village citizens on Monday night. The focus of the second presentation was on how different government philosophies affect government spending.


EDITOR'S NOTE: The following individuals were arrested or cited by the Madison County Sheriff's Office. They are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.


Council members Nick Kennedy, Bob Walter and Shawn Kaeser discuss Pastime Park improvements during Monday night's Plain City village council meeting. The meeting was held in the meeting room of the Pleasant Valley Joint Fire District building to accommodate a larger-than-normal audience.


On April 29, 1865, 150 years ago, this train carrying Abraham Lincoln's body passed through Plain City . To commemorate the procession, several events will be held in Plain City.


That's the message the Plain City's events committee has been spreading. The committee is more than halfway to collecting contributions needed to pay for this year's Independence Day celebration at Pastime Park, and well beyond the halfway point in time left to collect for the event.


The Taylors, comprised of brothers and sisters, are known for their harmonies and spirit-filled ministry through music. They will perform at Der Dutchman Wednesday, April 22. The Taylors, comprised of brothers and sisters, are known for their harmonies and spirit-filled ministry through music.


The Plain City Lions Annual Dinner & Auction will take place at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, April 23 at Der Dutchman Restaurant, 445 S. Jefferson Ave., Plain City.


Editor's Note: The following individuals were arrested or cited by the Madison County Sheriff's Office. They are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.


Larry E. Thomas and Nona J. Thomas to Lafayette Commercial LLC, Lot Numbers 33 and 34, Lafayette, in Deercreek Township, fee $160. Verl W. Wilson, Verl Wilson and Linda C. Wilson to Verl Wilson and Linda C. Wilson, Lot No.


Genomic testing can help producers identify the heifers that will offer the best return on investment, according to organizers of an upcoming workshop in Plain City. Genomic testing can help producers identify the heifers that will offer the best return on investment, according to organizers of an upcoming workshop in Plain City.


A Plain City man was sentenced to nearly 10 years in prison Friday for charges relating to burglarizing several residences in the Suburban Trailer Park in Plain City. Kegan Kelley, 26, pleaded guilty last month in Madison County Common Pleas Court to 15 charges of burglary, attempted burglary and grand theft.


Milt Kniss, left, the director of the new Robotics and Advanced Manufacturing Technology Education program at Tolles Career & Technical in Plain City, was the speaker Thursday at the London Rotary Club. Kniss led a discussion with members about the current state of manufacturing and its workforce.