Dec. 11, 1914Madison County Democrat — Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Martin entertained the members of the Card Club at her home on Tuesday evening.
Several months ago when I was at the Madison Correctional facility to teach my painting class, some of my most talented students were not there. I asked the supervisor about their absence and she began to relate to me the story about their...
Lola Baisden, of London, happily fills her basket with bulk candy at the Candy Shoppe, operated by the Women's Federation of Clubs in the Masonic Temple, 65 N. Main, London. Baisden said the candy shoppe is an annual holiday stop and for her and...
Were two council members, both of whom sit on zoning committees, in violation of zoning ordinances?
The Madison County Township Association recognized a long-time member of its association during its annual Christmas Party, held Monday at the Madison County Senior Center.
An organization aiming to have a wreath placed for all 200,000 headstones for the 100th anniversary of Arlington National Cemetery will have a little help this year from West Jefferson.
A total of $10,000 in grants from the Ohio School Facilities Commission will improve radio communications among the five buildings in Jonathan Alder Local Schools and eventually lead to quicker communication with local law enforcement agencies,...
Just in time for Christmas, a farm toy show will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 14 in the Coughlin Automotive Community Center on the Madison County Fairgrounds. Show promoter John Hammond, pictured with his son, Eli, said 14 vendors from...
A London woman arrested and charged in July during Madison County's drug sweep has been sentenced to prison.
A Delaware man was sentenced to five years in prison on two indictments Tuesday on several drug and weapons charges.
It's Christmas time in Plain City.The 13th annual Christmas Under the Clock holiday event took place on Saturday, Dec. 6.
A Columbus man convicted of shooting a West Virginia man at the TravelCenters of America on U.S. Route 42 north of London during a July 2013 crime spree will likely spend the rest of his life in prison.
Employees at the Madison County Veterans Service office received a salary increase this year, but county commissioners said Monday they were not aware of the raise.
While clutching a candy cane, 17-month-old Layla Collins, of London, stares back into the eyes of Santa Claus during the London Rotary Club's Breakfast with Santa event, held Saturday morning at the Madison County Senior Center. Layla's...
The Madison-Plains FFA Chapter recently attended the District 6 South Sub-District Parliamentary Procedure competition at Marysville High School.
West Jefferson Middle School recently held its Student of the Month lunch for November.
ASHLAND — Gialaina Santos, of London, has been named a member of Theta Phi Alpha sorority at Ashland University.
U.S. Air National Guard Airman 1st Class Cody M. Willfong graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.
COLUMBUS — Community organizations, faith-based groups and businesses are being asked to partner together to encourage mentorship in Ohio's schools and help give more students access to role models who can help motivate and inspire...
Norwood Elementary School in West Jefferson has announced its November Roughriders of the Month. These students exhibited the Rider virtue of being respectful. As a result, they ate lunch with their principal, Sue Barte. Students also received a...
The following students from St. Patrick School achieved honor roll status the first nine weeks for of the 2014-15 school year:
Norma Barton Streator, of West Jefferson, will celebrate her 90th birthday on Wednesday, Dec. 10.She was born to Bertha and Elmer Barton. She had 13 brothers and sisters.
The Village of West Jefferson will vote on whether to purchase a new cruiser for their K-9 unit with the remaining balance in the 2014 police budget at its next meeting.
A member of London City Council wants to use delinquent income tax payments to create a new fund aimed at helping downtown businesses.
The London Board of Public Utilties (BPU) has agreed to increase the city's water bill rates to pay for a new water tower and treatment plant.