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.
Two-time defending Cooper Tires Prototype Lites Powered by Mazda Lites 2 class champion Brian Alder brings more than driving skill and speed to the racetrack. Alder, a resident of Plain City, Ohio, puts on his driver helmet while competing in the International Motor Sports Association Development Series.
London City Council members debated summer pool pay increases during Thursday's meeting. Members delayed approving a new pay scale following a lengthy conversation.
Daily Needs Assistance of Plain City is once again offering free tax preparation to low- and middle-income individuals and families in the Plain City area. Those who need help with tax-form preparation can call 614-908-1622 to schedule assistance.
HAVE YOU SEEN THIS SUSPECT? Pictured is a man using one of the charge cards stolen from a vehicle in Plain City Monday. The vehicle appears to be a blue Toyota RAV4.
Ryan and Friends will be performing at 6 p.m. on Saturday, March 28, at the church, 6240 Lucas Road , Plain City. According to a brief biography release by Ryan and Friends, he has traveled to six continents.
A Plain City man was sentenced to eight and-a-half years in prison Friday for assisting with a string of burglaries at a Plain City mobile home park. Brandon Beach, 29, was given consecutive sentences in Madison County Common Pleas Court for two counts of burglary complicity, one count of grand theft complicity and one count of complicity to burglary.
A Columbus woman who stole more than $73,000 of materials from a West Jefferson home was sentenced to eight and-a-half years in prison Friday. Jennifer Palko, 32, was given consecutive sentences in Madison County Common Pleas Court for two counts of burglary and one count of escape, which she pleaded guilty to in February.
Emily Miller, a senior at Jonathan Alder High School, shows off one of many hand-crocheted plastic mats made by her and members of the Sharon Mennonite Church in Plain City. Each mat is made from about 1,000 plastic grocery bags.
Plain City is in the progress of approving guidelines for residents wishing to install wind turbines within the village limits. Pictured, a 16-foot-tall turbine by Quietrevolution is mounted on the roof of a house.
Elaine Shafley, owner of Shafley Plan Management Services, Plain City, Ohio, appeared before the Adams County Commissioners Monday morning to update them on changes she has recommended or negotiated on the county's behalf to reduce the cost of insuring its employees. Revised stop loss renewals with BeniComp, Fort Wayne, the county's health insurance provider, have seen the elimination of laser options, limiting claims of more than $55,000, improved leveraged premium renewal terms and the waiving of the Active at Work provision from the pervious contract, Shafley said.
Chelsea Faulkner, central region liaison for the Ohio Secretary of State's office, stopped by the Madison County Commissioner's office Monday to introduce herself. Chelsea Faulkner, central region liaison for the Ohio Secretary of State's office, stopped by the Madison County Commissioner's office Monday to introduce herself.
Eric Joseph Roby has been named to the dean's list for the 2014 fall semester at Mount Vernon Nazarene University. He is a junior majoring in both computer science and business administration.
A Plain City woman was sentenced to prison Friday after violating the terms of her community control in a variety of ways. Rachel Davis, 25, was sentenced to seven months in prison in Madison County Common Pleas Court.
The event will be held at the Pleasant Valley Fire Department training room, 650 W. Main St., Plain City from 6 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, March 18. Attendees will learn about the Red Cross, the services it provides the community, and how to get involved. There will also be a brief presentation about the history and mission of the American Red Cross, followed by discussions about each of the service areas.
HMB, a business technology services firm headquartered in Columbus, today announced the appointment of Todd Nussbaum to director of its Java practice. "Our clients increasingly seek Java expertise to help drive technology-enabled innovation that will give them a competitive advantage," said Doug Donovan, president of HMB's Technology Services division.