Make a Difference this Saturday
Semi driver in fatal Tolles crash sentenced
Farmers helping Farmer: Neighbors lend a hand for farmer in need
Plain City business builds custom podiums for Clinton
Plain City preparing for Christmas
- Make a Difference this Saturday - 11:39 am
- Semi driver in fatal Tolles crash sentenced - 9:44 am
- Farmers helping Farmer: Neighbors lend a hand for farmer in need - 9:10 am
- Plain City business builds custom podiums for Clinton - 9:05 am
- Plain City Public Library events - 9:00 am
- Better late than never - 9:00 am updated: 9:00 am.
- Plain City preparing for Christmas - 8:16 am
- Halloween events planned in Madison County - 7:46 pm
- Music programs on the rise at Alder - 9:46 am
- The cross is sometimes hidden - 9:00 am updated: 9:00 am.
- Peer-led infertility support group meeting at Memorial - 9:00 am updated: 9:00 am.
- The Advocate remembers Virginia Minnick - 8:50 am
- Council approves restroom fixes, pool heater - 8:44 am
- Alder staff to do safety training - 8:44 am
- Plain City woman charged with selling drugs near school - 12:44 pm
- Protecting the Little Darby - 9:10 am
- God’s instructions are best - 9:00 am
- Plain City biz putting the Brakes on Breast Cancer - 8:52 am
- Political hopefuls gather for debate - 8:29 am
- Dinner is ready at St. Pat’s - 8:03 am
- Octoberfest: ‘Vote Trump’ - 5:02 pm updated: 5:03 pm.
- Five charged in Jerome Twp. theft ring - 4:01 pm
- Voter registration deadline nears - 2:40 pm
- Tragedy turned dream: Inclusive playground planned in memory of baby - 9:21 am
- Helping hungry kids: Sufficient Grace brings backpack meals to London - 9:00 am updated: 9:00 am.
- Are you too stressed to be blessed? - 9:00 am updated: 9:00 am.
- Holmes Lumber closing London branch - 8:57 am
- Pioneer Pizza hopes to give back - 8:19 am
- Jonathan Alder Homecoming King and Queen - 8:18 am
- Tough sledding for Alder - 9:20 pm
- Celebrating Ohio agriculture at the Farm Science Review - 9:33 am
- Thoughts, plots and other dangerous activities - 9:00 am
- Meet the candidates Monday - 9:00 am updated: 9:00 am.
- If we could turn back time - 9:00 am updated: 9:00 am.
- Schools receive below-average grades - 9:00 am updated: 9:00 am.
- ‘Unhappy News’: Losses across the board for Ohio grain crops - 8:51 am
- Five finalists for county administrator - 8:45 am
- Alder homecoming court - 8:17 am
- Plain City man dies in Union County crash - 12:48 pm updated: 3:35 pm.
- Housing development coming to Plain City - 9:00 am
- Tolles hosting Community Open House Sept. 22 - 9:00 am updated: 9:00 am.
- It took a miracle - 9:00 am updated: 9:00 am.
- Alder refinancing debt at lower rate - 8:41 am
- Restoring Jefferson’s Monticello - 8:14 am
- Memorial pharmacist receives OSU Pharmacy Award - 9:00 am
- Bluebird spreads its wings - 9:00 am updated: 9:00 am.
- Plain City man injured in plane crash - 9:00 am updated: 9:00 am.
- Former Mt. Sterling administrator Joe Johnson gets two new lawyers - 9:00 am updated: 9:00 am.
- Do you need a second opinion? - 9:00 am
- Courthouse renovations begin - 1:41 pm
The cross is sometimes hidden
There is a seven-foot wooden cross on the property where our new worship center will start being built in about another month. The land is located acr...
Peer-led infertility support group meeting at Memorial
MARYSVILLE — Women who have experienced infertility or miscarriage, are undergoing fertility treatments, or are considering adoption are invited...
The Advocate remembers Virginia Minnick
If ever there was a person dedicated to The Madison Press, it was Virginia Minnick. The long-time employee of this newspaper passed away over the week...
Council approves restroom fixes, pool heater
Plain City will invest $50,000 into renovating its park restrooms and installing a heater in the pool.Council members approved the recommendations put...
Alder staff to do safety training
Faculty and staff of Jonathan Alder High School will participate in a safety training on Friday, Oct. 21, as part of the nationwide Safe Schools Week....
Plain City woman charged with selling drugs near school
A Plain City woman has been charged with selling Oxycodone near Plain City Elementary School.Teresa Heineman, 56, was arraigned on one count aggravate...
Favorites move on
There were no surprises, no stunning upsets as Madison County teams took the field and court for Central District tournament action Wednesday evening....
Opportunistic Alder improves to 7-0
If you have any thoughts of knocking off the powerful Jonathan Alder High School football team, you better take care of the football.Marion Harding di...
County teams earn high seeds
The Jonathan Alder volleyball team has been to the place every high school squad hopes to get to when the season ends here in a few weeks.The Lady Pio...
JA eyes deep run
If you want to be the best, you’ve got to beat the best.Jonathan Alder girls soccer coach Matt Evans knows this, but also realizes the longer he...
Boys teams face uphill battle
There are no loft seeds among the Madison County high school boys soccer teams as they prepare for the upcoming Central District tournament.Jonathan A...
No let up!
Jonathan Alder’s Dalton Potts scoops up a fumble in the end zone during the first quarter of the Pioneers game with visiting North Union Friday....
Chandler Stone and Logan Thomas, of London, announce the birth of a son, Jaxson Scott Stone, born Saturday, Sept. 10, 2016, at Madison Health in Londo...
Genealogical society hears lineage presentation
The Union County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society held its meeting at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 20 at the Marysville Public Library in Meeting...
50th wedding anniversary to be celebrated
Doug and Connie Weakley will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary from 2 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 28, at the New California Presbyterian Church, ...
Master Gardeners to host plant sale
The 2016 Union County Master Gardener Plant Sale will be held at the Armory Building at the Union County Fairgrounds, 845 N. Main St., Marysville, fro...
Garden club to plant daylillies
The Richwood Garden Club June meeting was held at the home of Tenah McMahan in Somersville.Beverly Ridge gave the program on arranging silk flowers. T...
‘Tis the season for Apple Cake
We’ve had a spell of gorgeous weather over the last few weeks. Sun, blue sky, moderate temperatures — I can’t get enough of it. The ...
Letter: Say yes to Fairbanks, our community
Dear Editor:The Nov. 8 ballot will be one marked with controversy, however I would like to take a moment to express support for our local school distr...
Letter: Madison County will benefit from Troyer’s leadership
(Editor’s note: The deadline to submit a letter to the editor in reference to the Nov. 8 general election is Nov. 1.)Dear Editor,This November t...
Study: It’s best not to test five-second rule
So, I keep hearing different things about the five-second rule. Is it OK to pick up food and eat it after it has dropped to the floor?Um, no. It’...
Making the best of things
I’m not quite as dizzy as I was (although that may be a matter of opinion), and am looking forward to returning to my real job soon.Finding thin...
Pharmacists honored for 50 years service
Two Plain City pharmacists were recently recognized for their combined 100 years of service to the practice of pharmacy.Registered Pharmacists Robert ...
Dickman Supply breaks ground on new Marysville facility
Dickman Supply, one of Midwest Ohio’s leading suppliers of industrial and electrical products, broke ground on Tuesday, Dec. 8 on a new facility...
Dispelling myths about colds: Keeping your child healthy
A typical child will catch five to eight colds this year — possibly more, if family or friends are around sharing their germs. While you canR...
Darren Clark joins Keller Williams real estate team in Plain City
The Barbara George team of Keller Williams Consultants Realty in Plain City has welcomed a new real estate sales professional.Darren Clark, who was bo...
Reasons to get pneumonia vaccine
Many patients have asked me if they need to get a pneumonia shot. There are many reasons why I encourage my patients to get this important vaccine. Th...
Memorial Health CFO honored by Business First
MARYSVILLE — Memorial Health Chief Financial Officer Jeff Ehlers has received a C-Suite Award from Columbus Business First, and will be honored ...