First row, from left: Commissioner Paul Gross, Lexi Evans, London City-Madison County Health District and Bill Houk, chief, Jefferson Township Fire Department; second row: Commissioners Mark Forrest, David Dhume and Lt.


Although the construction of Beck's Hybrids near Lafayette will not provide Madison County with a boost in funding through sales tax dollars, the county's agricultural connection is strengthened by its presence, according to officials.


The man responsible for robbing the Speedway on West High Street in London last September was sentenced an additional four years to a 13-year prison term he is currently serving.


The Music Men of London Barbershop Quartet will offer a free concert Sunday, August 17 at 6 p.m. at the Gazebo in London's Cowling Park.


Robert S. and Nancy A. Hall, of London, will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary with an open house at the Madison County Senior Center, 280 W. High St., London, from 2 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 23. Hall and the former Nancy Shumate were married on Aug. 29, 1954 in the Sedalia United Methodist Church by the Rev.


From left, council members Nick Kennedy, Bob Watson and Shawn Kaeser debate leg trap legislation during Monday night's Plain City council meeting.


Madison County Democrat - Rev. P. W. Drumm and family moved with a portion of their household goods to the Lancaster camp meeting grounds last Thursday.


Bridges to Transition participants, from left, are Brett Adkins and John Knapp enjoying their work experience at Mom's Attic in London.


Darlene Weisheimer, who suffers from dementia, was last seen Wednesday morning in Findlay at 5:05 a.m..


Two former employees of DC Engineering & Development of London were handed community control sentences on Friday for stealing a yet-to-be-determined amount of copper and scrap metal from the business last year.


An illustration of the building which Beck's Hybrids of Indiana plans to build on a 25-acre tract on U.S. Route 40 in Deercreek Township.


Despite Russia's ban on U.S. products such as meat and vegetables, Ohio farmers have little to worry about, some experts say.


An Indiana man caught driving through Ohio with a van full of homemade bombs was sentenced today to two years in prison.


An Indiana Guardsman who pleaded guilty to having homemade explosive devices in his vehicle in Ohio is scheduled to be sentenced in federal court Friday.


A London woman pleaded guilty on Thursday to stealing and using the credit card of city resident who died in April.


Jonathan Alder High School students volunteering to help prepare for the grand opening of the Plain City Food Pantry's Thrift Store are, from left, Jonathan Beachy, Courtney Miller, Brad Fink and Emily Miller.


Mike Wood : Your library is better funded than your law enforcement, you regularly burn trash, gun shots are no cause for alarm., and your neighbors have four legs and moo.


EMS technicians tend to Jane Kramer following an accident Monday morning on Center Street at Walnut.


Jeff Mathewson of the London Kiwanis loads the cooker with more slabs of ribs. They sold more than ever during the sixth annual London Rib and Jazz Fest held Friday, Aug. 1 and Saturday, Aug. 2. Jeff Mathewson of the London Kiwanis loads the cooker with more slabs of ribs.


Madison County's Meals-On-Wheels volunteers got the day off on Friday, during the second annual Teacher Takeover Day.