EDITOR'S NOTE: The following individuals were arrested or cited by the West Jefferson Police Department. They are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.Saturday, Nov. 8
Editor's Note: The following is a local theatre review by Jeff Gates, who has been attending shows and writing about them for The Madison Press for 16 years.Finding a happy medium.
WASHINGTON COURT HOUSE — When he was 8 years old, in 1932, when Herbert Hoover was president, Richard Whited delivered the local paper, the Record Republican, a forerunner of today's Record-Herald. The cost of the paper:...
The Welcome Table is having its annual Thanksgiving dinner at St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Church, 11 W. Center St., London, from noon to 2 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 27.
EDITOR'S NOTE: The following individuals were arrested or cited by the Madison County Sheriff's Department. They are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
How many times have you been asked “What's on your mind today?” There's two logical responses. We either say, “nothing” or we take the next 15 minutes and share what is on our minds.
The Pharisees colluded with the Herodians to trap Jesus with a political question. Jesus used the Roman coin to make his reply “render unto Caesar what is Caesar's and to God what is God's.”
The Union County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society held its meeting on Nov. 15 at the Marysville Public Library meeting room “A” at 10 a.m.
The pipe organ as a musical instrument is unmatched. Its versatility, breadth of scale and dynamic range can best be displayed in the hands of a skilled organist such as Michael Schreffler.
Madison-Plains Board of Education on Tuesday took time to honor the high school marching band for its recently concluded season of accomplishments.
West Jefferson officials are in disagreement over whether a new vehicle should be purchased next year for the village's police department.The question came up Tuesday evening during a 2015 budget work session.
A foreign-owned business has made inquiries about the potential to locate in Madison County, according to Madison County's economic development agency.
Several fire companies fought a blaze in a garage Wednesday afternoon at 183 S. Madison Road, London. No injuries were reported. Cause of the fire remains under investigation. It was reported several vehicles inside the garage were consumed in the...
State Sen. Chris Widener (R-Springfield) testified before the transportation committee on Tuesday in support of his effort to name a stretch of Interstate 70 in memory of Marine Lance Cpl. Josh McDaniels.
A proposed asphalt walking path across London City Schools property between Sheffield Boulevard and state Route 38 received an informal go-ahead from the board of education on Tuesday.
Nov. 20, 1914Madison County Democrat — A yield of 143.5 bushels of shelled corn from one acre by Merle May, a 14-year-old boy of Auglaize County, promises to prove the record yield of...
As I get older, my paintings become less realistic and more interpretive. I see what is there then I ask myself, how do I feel about it. I see less and I feel more.
The search is on for a new superintendent at London City Schools.On Tuesday, board of education members hired K-12 Business Consulting of Dublin to gather community input and identify candidates.
A Columbus man was found guilty of drug possession by a local jury Tuesday, and his sister, a witness, was sentenced to two days in jail for contempt of court.
Editor's Note: The following is a local theatre review by Jeff Gates, who has been attending shows and writing about them for The Madison Press for 16 years.Cyndi Lauper was right.
Jerome Township Trustees hosted a flag-raising ceremony honoring veterans in the new memorial park on Veterans Day, Nov. 11. Doug Weakley, a U.S. Army veteran, played “Taps.” Pastor Phil Boerger, Emeritus of the New California Presbyterian...
The London FFA chapter visited the Farm Science Review on Sept. 23. Visiting the review provided students with the opportunity to learn about the importance of agriculture.
A Madison County commissioner has been chosen to receive an award from a local board.
West Jefferson Mayor Darlene Steele will respond to village employees' recent allegations of retaliation during a council committee meeting Friday.
Now that the law has some teeth, the Madison County treasurer can take a bite out of the list of those delinquent in paying property taxes.