COLUMBUS — Cold frames, high tunnels, row covers and plasticulture are just some of the ways rural and urban growers can extend their growing season and increase access to fresh, local, healthy foods, says an Ohio State University Extension...
Madison-Plains Local Schools will have a new treasurer, come Oct. 1.That's the start date on the contract approved Thursday evening by the board of education (BOE) for Todd Mustain.
The City of London will officially keep its income tax collection department in house.Members of city council voted unanimously Thursday to not enter into a contract with Ohio Regional Income Tax Authority (RITA).
A member of London City Council introduced legislation Thursday to require city employees to be personally liable for any unapproved purchases.
Reagyn Semler trotted into Brennan Loft Thursday evening to join her parents, Eric and Carol, for the fundraiser to benefit Rockin' on the Run.
Nine more suspects arrested in relation to the July 23 drug bust attended their formal pretrials Friday.
Funny how dates cue us to look around and notice our surroundings. It's still really dark at 6 a.m. That little bit of light in the early morning that reminds me of summers in Sweden is already gone.
Any resident 18 years of age or older who resides within Madison County can seek election to the Madison Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) board of supervisors. Names can be placed on the ballot in one of two ways.
Madison CountyProbate CourtThursday, Aug. 28
“He's put this job above everything else in his life,” said London Police Chief David Wiseman.After 25 years with the London Police Department, Ken Reffitt will retire.
Greetings from the Yoders.
“What a difference a day makes.”I know you have heard that before, or maybe you have even said it yourself. Too many times, we take the time we have been given for granted. I know I am guilty of that.
The Fraternal of Eagles 950 is demonstrating its support of Special Olympics.Members recently donated a trophy case to the Madison County Special Olympics program in memory of Savannah “Scrappy” Wilson.
Tim Stonecipher, membership chair of the Rotary Club of London, Ohio, spoke to fellow Rotarians Thursday about growing the club's membership base. Stonecipher poses with Mary Ann Webb, club president. Rotary brings together a global network of...
A ribbon cutting for the new H&R Block business services office was held Thursday, Sept. 4 at the location on 40 N. London St. in Mount Sterling. Ron Morton, owner of the franchise, said he was glad to open an office in the village. Attending were,...
Several suspects arrested and charged in relation to the July 23 drug sweep attended their formal pretrials Thursday in Madison County Common Pleas Court.
The individual who made a threatening call to London High School Wednesday was likely part of a larger network making similar calls to other educational institutions, the city's police chief said Thursday.
A London man was sentenced to more than two years in prison Thursday for the burglary of a London home in December 2013.
• First United Methodist Church, 52 N. Main St., London, is having Sunday School kickoff at 9 a.m. on Sunday, Sept. 7 as Sunday school classes for the youth will resume. All the children of the church are welcome and encouraged to bring friends.
Marjorie Daniels and Laura Vallery make noodles for the upcoming noodle dinner at the Midway Presbyterian Church. The dinner will be held on Saturday, Sept. 20 at the church, 13681 Main St. S.E., Sedalia.
The opinion of Fundamentalist Christians is that God dictated it directly. That is why it is called the “Word of God.” All Christians recognize the Bible as the inspired Word of God. We differ on the question of the human influence in the...
My schedule recently called for me to do some travel involving airplanes. I was sipping my umpteenth cup of coffee when I happened to notice several people walking by who were sneezing. Is there a sneezing epidemic going on that I have not heard of...
The West Jefferson Ox Roast winners for girls, 0-6 months are from left, second attendant, Peyton Trein; Queen, Anhabael Curry; and first attendant, Amelia Bates.
Wednesday, Aug. 13 • An alleged burglary took place between Aug. 10 at 8 a.m. and Aug. 13 at 10 a.m. at a residence near Little Darby Road in London.
When former Plain City residents, Bettie and Kenneth Kilgore, were packing up to move from their Louisville, Ky. home to Texas, they came across an old family heirloom and decided it belonged in Plain City.