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?
A Springfield-based nonprofit organization has received a $650,000 federal grant to open a new community health care center in London.
I do not know if grouchy comes with old age or if in old age you are too weak to subdue it. I guess it does not really matter because I am having a little bit of trouble along this line. My grouchy seems to be getting out of control.
COLUMBUS — The Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC) is issuing an Air Quality Alert for Friday, May 8. The region — Delaware, Fairfield, Franklin, Knox, Madison, and Licking counties — is likely to experience ground-level...
A West Jefferson man was sentenced to six months in prison in Madison County Common Pleas Court Thursday for reportedly growing marijuana in his backyard.
Editor's Note: The following is a local theater review by Jeff Gates, who has been attending shows and writing about them for The Madison Press for 17 years.It's a game of deadly dominos.
Retired teacher Joyce Beathard, second from right, wipes away a tear as she prays for schools in the United States. It was one of several identified groups the Mount Sterling group prayed for in the observance of the National Day of Prayer, observed...
In His Presence Healing Rooms Ministry is hosting Joan Hunter for a healing conference this summer at Carmel Christian Center Church in Plain City.
A Myrtle Beach father and son appeared in Madison County Common Pleas Court Thursday, pleading guilty to drug charges after the Ohio State Highway Patrol found heroin in their vehicle on Interstate 70.
The Commandments instruct us to “Honor your Father and Mother.” This is a 24/7, 365-days-a-year commandment. The annual celebration of Mother's Day gives focus to our efforts.
I received my new golf clubs last week from Sakata, Japan. It seemed like it took forever for them to make it from Japan to London, Ohio. When I pulled them out of my bag on Saturday, lined the face of the club up with the ball, drew back and swung...
The Madison County Farm Bureau is looking to increase dues in December.
Jon Myers lived for nine months in his mother's womb. Betty Myers gave birth to Jon 59 years ago.But she gave him new life 19 years thereafter.
The following work is planned in the Madison County area on the specified dates and times. All work is weather dependent. It may be postponed or cancelled without prior notice.
Sports turf management student James Timmons writes up the order for a customer at the annual Tolles Career & Technical Center flower and plant sale. The much-anticipated event lines up people for entry well before 9 a.m. The buds and blooms sell out...
Those interested in where their tax money is going in the Village of West Jefferson could soon access that information with just a few clicks.