On Monday, Sept. 22 the railroad crossing located on Cherry Street in London will be closed for a period of three weeks.
London City Schools will be picking up some additional revenue for the next 55 years.
Tuesday, Aug. 26 • A resident near Liberty Street reported her pressure washer and lawn mower was stolen between 10 and 11 a.m. She told police she believed her live-in grandson, Joseph Woods, stole them.
I really love going down the creeks around here in my small canoe. I study the shoreline to find trees that have exposed their essence, their roots. Some look like tangled messes, others show great power as they fight against seasonal flood waters.
Summer is coming to a close as members of the Iota Beta Chapter of Phi Beta Psi are busy planning their fall fundraisers. Members enjoyed seeing familiar faces and new ones at the fair gate in July.
Upcoming events at the Hurt/Battelle Memorial Library:Storytimes — Join the library every Wednesday, Friday and select Saturdays at 10:30 a.m. for Storytimes.
Two London suspects charged in relation to the July 23 county-wide drug sweep pled guilty in Madison County Common Pleas Court Wednesday. Both have sentencing hearings scheduled for Dec. 4.
The following is a list of programs offered by the London Public Library:
MILFORD CENTER — With nine acres of corn planted and their new mind-boggling design now created, the Rausch family is bringing the “MAiZE craze” back to Ohio.
Time is money. And to keep time, it costs money.During Monday night's Plain City Village Council meeting, village administrator Kevin Vaughn updated council on where the village stands on its clock repair project.
The issue of leg-hold traps within the village limits of Plain City was discussed once again Monday night by Plain City's village council with one member motioning to ban the traps.
The Jefferson Local School Board of Education met Monday for its monthly school board meeting. The following was approved by the board:• Matt Adams as the new athletic director.
Madison County Commissioners learned this week the county did not receive a federal grant for infrastructure improvements, making it only the second time the county has been denied the money since the 1990s.
Becoming clean and sober from alcohol and substance abuse is a struggle, but it can be accomplished.
The Anonymous People, a feature documentary film about drug recovery, will be shown locally.
The American Cancer Society is hosting a free workshop in London that features training for how cancer patients can adjust to changes in their appearances during treatment.
SPRINGFIELD — Central State University and Clark State Community College are joining together to bring Dr. Freeman Hrabowski, a nationally recognized educator and president of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, to the Miami Valley...
Two London men who pled guilty to stealing more than 18.5 tons of copper wire and scrap metal from their former employer settled on restitution amounts of a combined $10,000.
A Madison County judge said he needs to hire an additional probation officer to assist with moving drug-dependent offenders away from their substance abuse toward sobriety and, potentially, a productive life.
The Madison-Plains Elementary PTO welcomed back all of the district's students and staff on Thursday, Aug. 28, with the Kona Ice Truck. All enjoyed shaved ice flavored to their own liking. It was a great treat on a hot summer day.
AKRON — Several local students are among 4,300 new students entering class of 2014 at The University of Akron.
SPRINGFIELD — Clark State Community College's registered nursing program has renewed its official accreditation from the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN). The accreditation recognizes the college's commitment...
On this November's ballot, Plain City and surrounding neighborhoods will be asked to fund the Pleasant Valley Joint Fire District (PVJFD) with a 10 mill replacement levy.
Greyson Yackey, 6, of London was one of several children who gave quarter midget racing a try during the Arrive 'n' Drive event Saturday at the Madison County Fairgrounds. Sponsoring the event was the Central Ohio Quarter Midget Racing...
Can you handle the heat of a little competition?The Madison Senior Living Community is hosting a chili cook-off from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 13.