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.
Born March 22, 1930 in Toledo, OH. Served in the U.S. Navy during the Korean War.
Dr. Greta Mayer, director of prevention and community engagement with the Mental Health Recovery Board spoke about the warning signs of suicide and coping with grief at Jonathan Alder High School on Wednesday night. Dr. Greta Mayer, director of prevention and community engagement with the Mental Health Recovery Board spoke about the warning signs of suicide and coping with grief at Jonathan Alder High School on Wednesday night.
A Plain City man could face up to 60 years in prison after pleading guilty to 15 charges relating to multiple burglaries of materials from Suburban Trailer Park on Smith-Calhoun Road in Plain City. He pleaded guilty to charges of burglary, attempted burglary and grand theft Thursday in Madison County Common Pleas Court.
Well-known ventriloquist "Ryan and Friends" will be a featured guest in a special presentation to students and faculty on Thursday, Feb. 19 at Shekinah Christian School, 10040 Lafayette-Plain City Road, Plain City. The performance is scheduled to begin at 8:30 a.m. on the campus of Shekinah Christian School and will run about 90 minutes.
What does the future hold for U.S. Route 42 in Madison County? This was the question brought forth to Plain City village council on Monday night. Elvin Pinckney, the senior environmental specialist with Burton Planning Services out of Westerville, spoke to council Monday about an access study currently being conducted along a 36-mile stretch of U.S. 42. The project involves studying a 36-mile stretch of U.S. 42, starting with where U.S. 42 intersects U.S. Route 23 in Delaware to the north, and ending at the corporation limits of London to the south.
The church community has responded with a mass prayer gathering. The crowd joined hands and bowed heads, praying for a high school and a whole community.
Tolles Career & Technical Center will host a job fair from noon to 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 11 as part of its recognition of National Career-Technical Education Month. The job fair will be held in the Tolles Auditorium, 7877 U.S. Route 42 South, Plain City, OH 43064.
Following is the real estate transactions from the Madison County Recorders Office for the week of Jan. 26 to Feb. 2. Donald E. Seymour and Melissa A. Seymour to S&P Rentals LLC, Lot No. 35, Willow Creek Estate, in Plain City, fee $456.
The meetings will be held each Thursday from March 5 to May 28 from 6 to 8 p.m. in the lower level classroom #105, at the former Plain City Elementary School building, 340 W. Main Street. Parking is located near the rear entrance of the building.
That sounds corny, perhaps, but they talk about how "it was an honor" or how they "just feel privileged" to join the line of those who have kept Plain City's iconic tower clock ticking since 1902. The No.
Four suspects involved in a burglary were apprehended Friday in a joint effort between the Madison County Sheriff's Office, Plain City Police Department and the Union County Sheriff's Office. Isa Thomas, 39, and Ryan Brown, 36, both of Columbus, were arrested Friday and arraigned in Madison County Municipal Court Monday.
Child Space Consignment Store, 48 W. Main St., held a week-long grand opening beginning Jan. 19. The shop provides new and nearly new clothing for both boys and girls in sizes ranging from newborn to teenagers, as well as maternity clothing. A majority of the clothing will be supplied by the consignors, who will receive 50 percent of the selling price.
U.S. 42 near Plain City and Dublin became snow-covered Monday morning due to high winds blowing snow across the road. The Ohio Department of Transportation on on Monday used U.S. 42 near Plain City as an example of how roads can become snow-covered due to hazardous blowing conditions.