Madison County Commissioners signed a proclamation this week proclaiming April as Child Abuse Awareness Month. The employees of Madison County Children's Services will host a carnival Friday at the London Community Center (former middle school)...
April 15 is the time of the year when Americans can communicate with their government. I cannot testify for anyone else, but I look forward to this marvelous opportunity and I am careful not to waste it.
Following is the real estate transactions from the Madison County Recorders Office for the week of April 7-13.Warranty DeedsTuesday, April 7
Four of my favorite Theologians, John, Paul, George and Ringo (The Beatles), introduced a song in 1965 with the lyrics, “Help, I need somebody. Help, not just anybody. Help, you know I need someone. Help!”
The Indiana Religious Freedom Law drew a strong reaction from gay rights activists. The problem seems to be that to protect the rights of one group the rights of another may be violated. Do gays have more rights than conservative...
Four people were injured in a head-on collision involving an Ohio State Parks vehicle Wednesday afternoon on U.S. Route 42 near Interstate 70.
Cancer can be a scary word. Sometimes, so scary that it's called “the C word.”
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.Friday, April 3
“We recommend that you spend some time together and think about who do you want to be for Plain City.”
A happy homecoming.As a youth, Teena Gallagher was a spunky student at St. Patrick School.As an adult, Dr. Lt. Gallagher relishes the opportunities to visit her alma mater.
Mitchell Groom, left, and Joe Whipple, sign installers for Columbus Sign Co., put in place the aluminum letters above the door on the new municipal court building on North Oak Street in London on Wednesday. Following a computer-generated template for...
Ralph Jones, right, expresses surprise Wednesday afternoon as he enters his shop on South Main Street. His family, friends and local businessmen and women held a surprise party marking his 80th birthday. Jones is a third generation woodworker who has...
Libraries across the United States are celebrating National Library Week over the next several days.
Editor's Note: The following is a local theater review by Jeff Gates, who has been attending shows and writing about them for The Madison Press for 17 years.Always on my list of favorite things.
The London Public Library is hosting the following upcoming events:
Three suspects were arrested Wednesday morning after a high-speed chase with police that started in West Jefferson, and ended in Franklin County.
The pens have arrived. Now, all the fairgrounds needs is the barn.Hog pen hardware arrived on Tuesday on the Madison County Fairgrounds just steps away from the spot where the new Beck's Hybrids hog barn will sit.
With a fistful of clipboards and pens, Genesis Humphrey was one of three Team TSN members from Columbus who were hovering around downtown London Monday and Tuesday. They were asking for registered voters to sign a petition to allow onto the November...
On Tuesday, Feb. 10, the Double L II 4-H Club voted on 2015 club officers. The new officers are from left: Kaylie Martin, president; Samantha Walton, vice president; Madison Shaw, secretary; Alex Shaw, treasurer; Annie Haenszel, health and safety;...
The Jefferson Local Schools (JLS) Board of Education approved a crucial tax levy at its regular meeting Monday, but decided that it will be “strictly a renewal,” and will not include an increase for the first time in 25 years.
Plain City council members appropriated $9,000 of the village's $99,584 greenspace fund for improvements to Pastime Park on Monday night.
Jonathan Alder High School (JAHS) officially has its new principal.Michael Aurin was hired to the position during Monday's meeting of the district's board of education.
Due to some unanswered questions from a Union County Commissioner, the ditch hearing for the Kileville Joint ditch has been extended to May 26 at 1:30 p.m. in the Madison County commissioners' office.
We all have heard the advice from Mary Poppins, that a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down, but should we listen?
Ready to bake?The Madison Health Auxiliary is hosting its 49th annual Bake-Nic onFriday, May 1 at various locations throughout the county.