A Madison County man has a won a national sweepstakes from Morton Buildings.
Cincinnati-based Intelligrated, a provider of automated material handling solutions, has appointed Chuck Adams to the position of senior vice president and general manager, sales.
Plain City Mayor Sandra Adkins presents outgoing Plain City police chief Jim Hill with a plaque thanking him for his 22 years of service with the Plain City police force. Hill announced his resignation last week. Wednesday, May 13, is his last day...
The attorney who represented Madison County Commissioner Paul Gross in a 2012 defamation lawsuit against London resident Susan Dunham has filed his own lawsuit, claiming Gross owes him more than $85,000 in outstanding attorney fees.
Business at the Madison County Fairgrounds is moving upward.
The Madison County Arts Council (MCAC) will hold this week auditions for this summer's production of “Our Town.”
Representatives of a local mental health agency are seeking Madison County commissioners' support for the renewal of their property tax levy.
A Madison-Plains Intermediate School teacher has been charged with assault for allegedly grabbing a 10-year-old student and leaving red marks.
Veteran airman Tony Wilson, right, of Plain City, back from his last tour of duty in the U.S. Air Force, makes his way with a teammate through the “Electroshock Therapy 2.0” portion of the Tough Mudder race, which was held Sunday at...
The Jonathan Alder High School Alumni Banquet will be held Saturday, May 23, at the Der Dutchman Restaurant, 445 S. Jefferson Ave., Plain City.
WHEATON, Ill. — Wheaton College (Ill.) student Fidelia Renne, of Milford Center, was recently inducted into the Phi Alpha Theta National Honor Society. The honor, which is presented by the History Department at Wheaton College, was announced at...
Mike Hensel, executive director of the London Public Library, spoke to fifth-grade students on Thursday, May 7 at London Elementary School about the life of a librarian. He showed a video on careers at the library, discussed many opportunities the...
An Akron pastor was killed Sunday morning following a single-vehicle rollover accident on Interstate 71 in Madison County.The crash took place at 6:40 a.m. on the interstate, south of State Route 56.
London City Council members are sick of dancing around the issue: they want the administration to complete employee evaluations, especially when requesting salary raises.
Don't talk, just walk.Though that's the slogan Arthur Hollands has adopted for his walk across America. The 63-year-old did take a little time out to talk Friday on his trek across the U.S. carrying a cross.
London Correctional Institution (LoCI) recognized its employees on Wednesday, who have not only stayed the course there, but also gave more of themselves for their fellow employees.
From left, Barb Neely, Walker Preston, and Ned Neely prepare the kitchen at the Trinity Episcopal Church in London, which will hold its semi-annual Ham Loaf Dinner starting at 4 p.m. Tuesday, May 12 at the church at North Main and Fourth streets.
Are Plain City's solicitation laws strong enough? That's the question council member Nick Kennedy asked at a recent village council meeting.
Following is the real estate transactions from the Madison County Recorders Office for the week of April 28 through May 4.
The occasions when I see my extended family aren't as close together as they used to be. Growing up, my mother and father spent all our summer vacations with my grandparents. At that time nearly all of my cousins lived in the same city —...
A Plain City man was sentenced Friday in Madison County Common Pleas Court after nearly a year-and-a-half on the lam.
The City of London will begin performing fire hydrant flushing on Monday, May 11.Flushing is performed each spring to ensure the hydrants are operating properly in case of fire, and to clear the waterlines of debris.
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.Saturday, April 18
Throughout the past year, many have disputed the actions of law enforcement, and one question has been asked repeatedly: Why is law enforcement different?