An Otterbein man who attempted to flee from police earlier this year was sentenced to two years in prison Monday for a charge of failure to comply.
Five area boys went home with new bicycles and other toys and clothes on Friday, thanks to the London Police Department's second “Shop With A Cop” fundraiser.
Hanukkah. It's not all about the oil.
Dottie the miniature dachshund garners a head massage from Carla Braner, right, and the attention of Cathy Leistikow, left, and the dog's owner, Denise Nibert, center. Nibert just bought the big box of buckeye-decorated sugar cookies, held by...
The former Swifty gas station on Lafayette Street in London may soon be a self-serve Shell gas stop and convenience store.
“You deserve it!” It must be true — I hear it all the time on TV.
Over the weekend, we did some holiday shopping and stopped at the grocery store. We were out for longer than I anticipated, and we left food in the car for about three hours before we got home. Is that food OK to eat? It was chilly, but...
Holiday greetings to all!Can it really be true that Christmas is just around the corner? Is 2014 actually coming to a close in a few weeks?
“We must have (additional) water to progress.”That was the message delivered by members of the London Board of Public Utilities to a packed city council chambers on Thursday.
This time of year, with all the holiday parties and festive occasions, many partygoers will be drinking. The Madison County Safe Communities Coalition has a message for those celebrating with alcohol this holiday season: Drive Sober or Get Pulled...
The Beach Boys sang about “getting away from it all” in their 1988 recording of “Kokomo.” But while they're dreaming about a tropical location, Roger Perdue, a former escapee from London Correctional Institution, chose...
The U-shaped assembly line moved like a well-oiled machine.
WASHINGTON — Rep. Steve Stivers (R-OH) has been selected to serve on the House Committee on Rules in the 114th Congress. Additionally, Stivers will continue to serve on the House Financial Services Committee.
True grits.The London High School Band has had a solid reputation of serving up good music for many decades in Madison County.Now they have teamed with a local restaurant to serve up its supporters.
Mandy's Daycare has begun operations at a new location, the old London Armory on East Second Street.
Friends of Ohio Barns, a statewide nonprofit group, organized more than 15 years ago to promote the conservation and protection of Ohio's barn heritage, has presented Dr. Hubert Wilhelm with an award named in his honor.
The Madison-Plains Board of Education took its first steps toward modernizing the furnishings in its schools.It also drove to make the bus fleet more modern as well.
Nine-year-old Cayden Michael of London visits with Santa Claus outside Merchants National Bank, 279 Lafayette St., in London, on Wednesday night. The Santa visit was arranged by Ed Barker of Barker's Towing/Recovery and Tires. Barker said that...
Despite having to pay back funds to the Ohio Department of Education (ODE) in a settlement, the London Academy won't be hurt financially.
On Sunday, Dec. 14, Madison County Arts Council presented its annual holiday gift to the community with Sounds of the Season. Vocal and instrumental performers entertained the audience gathered at London's First United Methodist Church. Among...
During this time of year, I make it a practice to stay away from the kitchen area as much as possible. This past week, I do not know what I was thinking, but I went into the kitchen to pour myself a cup of coffee.
The word “Christmas” is a contraction of “Christ's Mass.” The focus was upon celebrating the birth of Jesus by attending Mass. For many Catholics, the highlight is attending Midnight Mass. While there is no evidence that...
How many times have you looked at someone, and because of the way they dress, or the way they spoke or the way they lived their life, you pretty much made up your mind to either not like them or to not be friends with them? We're told that we...
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, Nov. 29
London resident Wayne Tatman was approved Monday evening to fill the vacancy on the board of directors of London Academy.
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