The Ohio State Beekeepers Association will hold its fall conference at Tolles Career and Tech Center in Plain City Nov. 1. Several speakers will be featured and educational sessions will cover topics of interest to beekeepers, gardeners and environmentalists.... OTTAWA - The Putnam County District Library in Ottawa will host Leipsic author Ray ... (more)
The Ohio State Beekeepers Association will hold its fall conference at Tolles Career and Tech Center in Plain City Nov. 1. Several speakers will be featured and educational sessions will cover topics of interest to beekeepers, gardeners and environmentalists.
To many, it may have appeared that Plain City Village Council was ensnared in an endless cycle of debate over the use of leg-hold traps within the village. After hearing the presentations from three trapping experts, council voted Monday, Oct. 13 to table any pending legislation and to rely on existing state and local laws.
The Humane Society of Madison County is honors its 2014 Bonzi Award recipients at its 11th Annual Paws & Pals Dinner, a fundraising event for homeless animals month. The event will be held on Saturday, Nov. 8 at Der Dutchman in Plain City.
The Pixies for 2013 were helped by Mayor Sandra Adkins, far left. In front are: Wyatt Cloran and Lincoln Thrush.
Recently-fallen firehouse dog Ashes was honored with a memorial at the Pleasant Valley Joint Fire District Open House on Sunday. Recently-fallen firehouse dog Ashes was honored with a memorial at the Pleasant Valley Joint Fire District Open House on Sunday.
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.
Cailyn Glick, daughter of Todd and Roxanne Glick of Plain City and stilt walker Jessica Minshall pose for a photo at the Plain City Fall Festival, held Saturday in the village. Despite the chilly temperatures, the festival had a great turn out, said organizer Leslie Perkins.
Elizabeth Files, of Plain City, has been cast in the role of a member of the chorus in Muskingum University's upcoming production of "Sophocles' Oedipus Rex," to be staged in the Sandra Wolfe Thompson Theatre of Philip and Betsey Caldwell Hall on the campus in New Concord. Play dates for the performance are at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 15, Thursday, Oct. 16, and Friday, Oct. 17 and at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 19. There will be no performance on Saturday, Oct. 18. Tickets are available at the door prior to each performance or by calling the theatre box office at 740-826-8376.
In 2013, baskets and gifts were distributed to 196 families, which included more than 900 individuals. About 500 of those individuals were children.
The London Academy Board of Directors will hold a special meeting at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 7, at 40 S. Walnut St., London. The purpose of the meeting is to investigate charges or complaints against a public employee or official, and to consider and act on a proposed agreement.
A scarecrow performer flashes a smile during last year's Plain City Fall Festival. The event, benefiting the village's fireworks display, returns Oct. 11. A scarecrow performer flashes a smile during last year's Plain City Fall Festival.
At about 10 p.m., a white male suspect entered Lovejoy's Market, located at 900 Village Boulevard, and demanded money from the clerk, said Plain City Police Chief Jim Hill. The suspect, wearing a scarf which covered his identity, fled on foot from the scene immediately.
On Saturday, Sept. 13, seven members from the Plain City Lions Club and one member of the Milford Center Lions Club reworked the existing walking path in Pastime Park, adding an additional 30 feet to the pathway.
Awarded at the beginning of the academic year, youth literacy grants from the Dollar General Literacy Foundation help provide teachers, schools, and organizations with the funding and resources they need to properly begin the school year. This fall, the Dollar General Literacy Foundation awarded nearly $4 million to approximately 825 schools, nonprofits and literacy organizations to enhance and support youth literacy and education across the nation.
The Mount Sterling village council will answer that question - again - when its holds a special meeting at 7 p.m., Monday, Sept. 29 in village chambers to re-examine the village's date for Trick-or-Treat night.