The West Jefferson Village Council tabled a resolution Monday that would include same-sex marriages in the definition of “spouse” for medical leave purposes, as required by federal law.
Brightway Institute's vision for downtown London to become bustling with 1,500 junior college students took a big leap forward to becoming a reality Tuesday.
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A Persian Culture Fair was held at Jonathan Alder High School Friday, showcasing student research and presentations from a mini-course.
A new program at London Correctional Institution (LoCI) aims to benefit both prison inmates and Ohio's wild birds.
Rockin' on the Run is on the path to growth.The London-based nonprofit hosted a record attendance at its sixth annual 5K Fun Walk/Run and Family Day, held Saturday at St. Patrick School.
The Madison County Math Contest took place May 5 at Tolles Career & Technical Center. Students had one hour to complete a test of 20 questions. There was a 21st question as a tie-breaker for first place.
Tolles Career & Technical Center and Jonathan Alder Local Schools will launch two new programs for freshmen and sophomores at Jonathan Alder High School for the 2015-2016 school year.
Tolles Career & Technical Career staff honored 41 students during the district's first Lift Awards, which were created by the Tolles Parent Advisory Board.
COLUMBUS — On Wednesday, April 15, the Ohio Educational Service Center Association (OESCA) recognized 82 of Ohio's top students from across the state during the 26th Annual Franklin B. Walter All-Scholastic Awards Program.
Two Hilliard men were seriously injured in northern Madison County Sunday evening in a motorcycle crash.
A local fire chief has been named the firefighter of the year by a central Ohio fire rehabilitation group.
A veteran of the War of 1812 was recently honored at his final resting spot in the Darby Cemetery near Plain City, more than 200 years after he served his country.Even though his term of service was short, he proved worthy.
This year's National EMS Week, sponsored by the National Association of EMT's and the American College of Emergency Physicians, will be held May 17-23.
This past week was National Police Week, and the Police Wives of Ohio have been celebrating by helping out local law enforcement agencies.
A Columbus man was sentenced to five years in prison Friday in Madison County Common Pleas Court for burglarizing a Plain City home with the assistance of his two sons.
A Dayton woman was sentenced to one year and six months in prison for smuggling heroin to her son who was an inmate at London Correctional Institution.
If 4-H and FFA club members want their swine to shine they should attend SHOWPIG101, a free event sponsored by the Madison County Swine Department.
Recovery from addiction is a one-at-a-time process: One day at a time; one hour at a time; one minute at a time.
A London man was sentenced to four years in prison Thursday for two separate incidents of breaking into homes and trying to steal medication and other items.
“He may be a threat to cars in the area, but not to people,” defense attorney Joe Edwards said of his 68-year-old client Thursday in Madison County Common Pleas Court.
Studio 7 is providing art classes for both youth and adults at 7 E. High St., London.Classes include:
The Starlight Riders 4-H Club is sponsoring an equine first aid clinic at 7 p.m. on Monday, May 18, at Tolles Career & Technical Center.
It's nearly time for 4-H camp again in Madison County.
I realize the truth is difficult to swallow at times. When we have been taught and have believed something for a long time, it is difficult to believe something else could be true.