Xenikis sworn in as commissioner

Dr. Tony Xenikis is ready to get to work as a new Madison County Commissioner.

The season of giving

What’s a great way to spread holiday cheer?

LHS artists offer gifts

Recently, London High School Art IV students presented 73 items, valued at $647.70, to the H.E.L.P. House. On hand for the presentation were from left: Dee Heilman, the director of the H.E.L.P. House, as well as LHS students Gavin Bonn, Emma Stucke and Amaya Siddiqi.

Plain City amends petition to join Columbus water

The petition that seeks to join Plain City with the City of Columbus for water services is moving forward with some changes.

London Council moves to new chambers

London City Council convened for its last meeting of 2018, and for the last time ever at the 6 E. Second Street location Thursday evening. The next scheduled meeting (and the first of the new year) will take place in the council chambers at the new and improved city hall located in what was formerly the London Primary School building at 20 S. Walnut St.

County moves on violence shelter

Madison County is continuing its plans to build a domestic violence shelter.

Santa’s Holiday Caravan

It was just your typical Saturday night of shopping at the Walmart in London this past weekend. And then, out of nowhere, Santa arrived in a gigantic highly-illuminated neon-adorned semi truck.

Juvenile arrested in Alder bomb threats

A female student from Madison-Plains was taken into custody Wednesday morning for allegedly scrawling bomb threats on a bathroom wall at Jonathan Alder twice in a week.

West Jefferson Post selects Dispatcher of the Year

Ohio State Highway Patrol Dispatcher Matthew A. Williams has been selected 2018 Dispatcher of the Year at the West Jefferson Post.

Concerns raised over finances for London schools

London City Schools is looking at a potential budget deficit of $750,000 to $800,000 by June 2019 and board of education member Marv Homan is concerned about the district’s financial future.