A 63-year-old man was sentenced to nine months in prison Thursday for smuggling marijuana into Madison Correctional Institution.
Owen Williams, whose name became synonymous with hardware in the city of Urbana, died Feb. 16 in Sterling House of Urbana.
One of the newest “residents” in the county has provided a hefty boost to the latest construction project at the Madison County Fairgrounds.
A one-car accident was under investigation Wednesday afternoon in West Jefferson. According to a preliminary report, Larry D. Holmes of Columbus was driving east on East Main Street, when he apparently lost control of his 1988 Toyota Camry, drove up...
Local law enforcement officials said they have seen an increase in harassment calls with the new avenues of communication introduced in recent years.
A Washington Court House man who allegedly waved a gun in the Wal-Mart parking lot while intoxicated on Saturday is facing a felony charge.
Federal wildlife biologists are putting a dent in Ohio's feral swine population, but need more cooperation from hunters and landowners, according to Craig Hicks, of the USDA's Animal & Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS).
On Thursday, Feb. 12, 2015, the Mud Run Hustlers 4-H Club held its first meeting of the year.
The village of Plain City has a new voice.That voice belongs to Plain City resident Amber Riley, who was recently hired as the public information and communications officer for Plain City.
A Mount Sterling man pleaded guilty to OVI Tuesday, and was sentenced to three and a half years in prison.John Jacobs, 53, decided to plea minutes before going to jury trial. Jacobs has been convicted of seven OVIs in the past.
WILMINGTON — Loud and clear, Gov. John Kasich gave a resounding defense of his proposed budget in his State of the State address in Wilmington.
The London Public Library and Friends of the Library recently donated baby bundles to Madison Health's Maternity Department.
While January 2015 seemed like a walk in the park weather-wise compared to the same month in 2014, February 2015 is making up for it. Madison County on Saturday was clocked with six inches of snow, and plow crews continued their work on Monday and...
COLUMBUS — The Madison Press has been named a finalist in four categories of the Ohio Associated Press Media Editors' 2014 newspaper competition.
The Starlight Twirlers and the Jonathan Alder High School majorettes recently competed at the 2015 Marching Auxiliaries Baton and Dance Competition on Sunday, Feb. 8.
Repurposefully Yours, an antique, vintage and furniture shop in West Jefferson, is planning its official grand opening.
February is designated as heart disease awareness month. Wearing the color red in the month of February serves as a reminder of this killer disease. Heart disease is the leading cause of death among men and women in the United States. Heart disease is...
At left, a group of chilly Madison County residents “roast marshmallows” over their snow sculpture, created by Dale Frey and Nick Graham. Above right, Skylar the Snow Angel enjoys the wintry weather; below right, Emma Anderson, 5, enjoys...
Contractor Greg Beathard installs the new sign at Mandy's Daycare of London, located at the former Armory building, 15 E. Second St. The sign, made by Roby's Memorial Design and Lettering, was created by owner Tim Roby on the back of the...
The first superintendent of the Central Ohio Joint Vocational School District, Harry E. Tolles, died Friday, Feb. 20, following a battle with cancer.He was 84.
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, Jan. 30
EDITOR'S NOTE: The following individuals were arrested or cited by the London Police Department. They are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.Sunday, Feb. 8
Students in Carole Barr's class are writing letters and learning how to use word processing. The letters are part of Barr's 100 Random Acts of Kindness project this month.
ASHLAND — The following local students have been accepted to Ashland University for the fall semester of 2015.• Connor Cooley, of London, has been accepted and is a senior at Madison-Plains Local High School.
A local ECOT home school family recently took a field trip to Motts Military Museum in Groveport. The museum, owned by Warren Motts, is the second largest holder of memorabilia from Sept. 11 (New York is the first). Motts boasts one of the largest...