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02/14/2017 03:57 PM
Most vocational schools would lose funding under Kasich proposal

Like Ohio's libraries and K-12 school districts, vocational schools soon could be feeling the squeeze of Ohio's tightening purse strings.  Of the state's 49 career-technical schools, 35 would receive less state funding next year under Gov. John Kasich's proposed 2018-19 budget. That includes Tolles in Plain City, Tri-Rivers in Marion, C-TEC in Newark and Eastland-Fairfield schools in Groveport and Carroll.  The funding loss in most cases is caused by a drop in students, according to the state Office of Management and Budget.

02/09/2017 04:48 PM
Trial set for Plain City man accused of causing November crash

A trial has been set for a Plain City man charged with aggravated vehicular assault for allegedly causing a crash in November that injured two people.

02/03/2017 07:22 PM
Martial Arts comes to Plain City - 3:26 pm updated:

Martial Arts master Joseph Lewandowski and instructor Tim Faris perform a demonstration of martial arts weapons at House of Martial Arts in Plain City. Martial Arts master Joseph Lewandowski, center, shows off some of the weapons students can learn to use at his new House of Martial Arts business opening in Plain City this month.

02/03/2017 03:04 PM
Alder junior high student arrested for making school shooting threat

Less than two weeks after a school shooting in Champaign County, a 14-year-old student at Jonathan Alder Junior High has been charged for making Instagram posts that threatened a school shooting today. The post was published about 6:30 p.m. Thursday evening, according to Madison County Sheriff Jim Sabin.

02/02/2017 05:30 PM
Prison for man who assaulted Plain City police officers -

A Central Ohio man who assaulted two Plain City police officers, leaving one off duty for months due to his injuries, will spend the next three-and-a-half years behind bars. Shawn Writesel, 41, of Canal Winchester, was sentenced in Madison County Common Pleas Court on Thursday.

01/26/2017 07:37 PM
Retirement reception for Pastor Conrad planned -

Pastor Phil Conrad, pastor of Cornerstone Church of Christ in Christian Union, will be retiring at the end of January. The church is hosting a retirement celebration for Pastor Phil and his wife, Karen, at the church at 8280 Rickard Road, in Plain City, from 2 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 28. Cake, coffee, tea, and soft drinks will be served.

01/26/2017 10:13 AM
Plain City DAR honors good citizens

From left are, Regent Valerie Merideth, essay winners Rachel Jakes, Hilliard Davidson High School, Benjamin Grywalski, Jonathan Alder High School, Abigail Kunze, Hilliard Darby High School, Elisabeth Hofinger, Hilliard Bradley High School, and Chair and Ex-Regent Joy Ballard. Ex-Regent Joy Ballard presents the $100 scholarship to Benjamin Grywalski from Jonathan Alder High School.

01/25/2017 01:02 PM
Prison for Plain City pill peddler

A Plain City woman will spend the next nine months behind bars for selling prescription pills on two separate occasions. Kendra Jordan, 33, was sentenced in Madison County Common Pleas Court Tuesday.