The local health department is seeking volunteer actors to conduct a full-scale emergency exercise.
The Rev. Alice Phillips has accepted the position as new pastor at the Plain City United Presbyterian Church.
When we moved to London back in 1978, a traffic jam was something unheard of. If two cars got to the same light at the same time, it was basically because every planet had aligned and the sun was setting in the west.
Jeff Foxworthy helped us to identify if we were “rednecks” through his humor: If you have one or more cars in your front yard on blocks, you might be a redneck. If you think fast food is hitting a deer at 60 miles per hour, you might be a...
A Columbus man was sentenced to four years in prison Thursday for his involvement in a Plain City burglary.Ryan Brown, 36, reportedly broke into a home with co-defendant Isa Thomas, 39, and help from Thomas' two sons.
Aaron Garrett is not sitting around waiting for the phone to ring.
MECHANICSBURG — After successfully transforming the former IGA store in Milford Center into the manufacturing headquarters of Advanced Technology Products (ATP) in 1992, the company's owners are hoping for similar results with their newest...
In light of the state auditor's office recently naming the Village of Mount Sterling to its “unauditable list,” a council member proposed a change Tuesday evening in the bill review process.
The local Chevrolet dealership shines brightly enough for Detroit to notice.That notice has resulted in two awards for the Coughlin Automotive Group on Lafayette Street in London.
One term a new mother does not want to use to describe her baby is “floppy.”But Ben Allour, now 7, was just that.
After the storm of wind and rain which pelted London Tuesday evening, sunlight in the west produced a rainbow above the city. While strong wind gusts and tornadoes were reported elsewhere, London received a more mild storm.
Leslie Ferguson, left, and husband, Paul Ferguson, hang 70-pound bags of tube sand on the poles supporting their tent in Mount Sterling Tuesday evening. She is erecting it in preparation to sell Avon products during the annual Tri-County Fire...
The Mount Sterling community is coming together to honor former resident Stan Hanson in celebration of his many contributions to the village and many of its entities.
Girl Scout Troop 260 of Plain City distributed flags at Forest Grove Cemetery on Monday, May 18. From left are: Arika Miller; Kristin Tillyer, a leader of the troop; Katie Pack; Kelsey Pack; Kristina Van Winkle, a leader of the troop and a member of...
Madison County commissioners have agreed to help Jefferson Township trustees complete a project in the community park surrounding the Taylor-Blair Road covered bridge.
COLUMBUS — A water quality effort and the Farm Science Review at The Ohio State University received a $1 million boost from Beck's Hybrids, to be contributed over the next five years in monetary and in-kind support.
A London woman pleaded guilty to forgery and tampering with records charges Monday for falsifying information and presenting fraudulent documentation while seeking employment at Nissen Chemitec in London.
Two Tolles studenbts have been named state champions at the Ohio Ford/AAA Auto Skills competition and will advance to the national competition at the Ford headquarters in Dearborn, Mich.
Members of the West Jefferson High School Class of 2015 throw their hats up in celebration at Saturday's graduation ceremony, held at 11 a.m. The Madison Press will publish its annual graduation issue Saturday, May 30.
WILLIAMSBURG, Ky. — Dage Spinning, of London, was among the students honored at the University of the Cumberlands (UC) English department's awards ceremony.
A beloved West Jefferson reverend is retiring…again.West Jefferson Rev. Glade May was honored for 16 years of ministerial service to the village during a recent West Jefferson Village Council meeting.
Waxing historic.Wandering around the Parish Activity and Recreation Center (PARC) at St. Patrick School, it looked like a Who's Who in history.There is the brilliance of Albert Einstein and his bushy white mustache.
The Plain City Food Pantry (PCFP) received a facelift last week thanks to employees from the Lowe's store in Marysville. The volunteers came for the United Way's Community Day Hero Project.
Billy Martin, left, of American Legion Post 417 in Mount Sterling, presents a check for $1,000 to Bonnie Liff, Mount Sterling village clerk, as a donation to the fund for the village's veterans memorial.
Several Madison County participants in the 2014-2015 Ohio Cattlemen's Association Beef Exhibitor Show Total (BEST) program were recently honored.
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