Mount Sterling museum director, Steve Chambers, left, and Pleasant-Darby Union Cemetery superintendent, Glenn Liff, stand before the restored holding chamber. It was used in the 19th and early 20th centuries to house coffins of the dead, while the winter ground was frozen and too hard to dig for graves.
Children entering seventh grade are required to receive one dose of Tdap or Td administered as a booster dose prior to entering the seventh grade. The Madison County/London City Health District is holding a special clinic from 2 to 6 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 5 by appointment.
Voters will be asked to replace the current .75-mill levy, and approve an additional .75 mill increase, library Director Chris Long shared with members of Plain City Village Council Monday evening. The total millage requested will be 1.5 mills for five years.
"She's moved on. Whether you've accepted that or not, that's where you are," Madison County Common Pleas Judge Eamon Costello told a London man in court Tuesday morning.
The child support team of the Madison County Department of Job and Family Services was present Monday for the county commissioners' signing of the proclamation, proclaiming August as Child Support Awareness month. Seated, front row, from left: Chrissy Boyd, Tina Bleything, Billi Sue Miller and Sue Mosier, administrator; second row, seated, Rhoni Newman and Lisa Hill; standing from left: Commissioners David Dhume, Paul Gross, JFS Director Lori Dodge-Dorsey and Commissioner Mark Forrest.
Chapter 93 of the Disabled American Veterans Association began their Forget-Me-Not Days on Monday with a proclamation signed by Madison County commissioners. Chapter commander David Beekman, second from right, accepts donations from county commissioners, from left, David Dhume, Paul Gross and Mark Forrest.
The Delaware County Sheriff's Office and the Delaware Area Career Center will be splitting the costs of hiring the London police chief as an instructor later this year.David Wiseman, 48, chief of the London Police Department in Madison County, has been hired to lead the DACC's police training academy.Wiseman said he has served as an adjunct ... (more)
Two men were indicted by a Delaware County grand jury Friday after allegedly breaking into multiple buildings, including the Humane Society of Madison County. James Blankenship, 30, of Mount Gilead, and Corby Creech, 37, of Cardington, were both charged with engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity, a second-degree felony; 10 counts of breaking and entering, fifth-degree felonies; and three counts of safe cracking, fourth-degree felonies.
LONDON, Ohio - Everybody in Madison County knows you don't swim in Madison Lake. "We haven't swum in it for years," said London resident Carissa Jenkins, who was enjoying a sunny day with her family this week at the state park.
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Mattison Skoog, 24, of Columbus, sits between her two defense attorneys in March during an arraignment hearing in Madison County Municipal Court. Skoog, who drove drunk the wrong way on Interstate 70 and killed one person, is charged with two counts of vehicular homicide and two counts of vehicular assault.
The former treasurer for the Madison County Agricultural Society attended her informal pretrial hearing Monday in Madison County Common Pleas Court. Brenda K. Roseberry, 63, of West Jefferson, is charged with three counts of failing to file state income tax returns for the organization.
London Silver Cornet Band will present a concert at 4 p.m. on Sunday, July 19 at the Madison County Historical Society Museum in London. The featured music will be from the year of 1865 including Civil War era tunes such as "The Battle Hymn of the Republic" and "When Johnnie Comes Marching Home."
The store was broken into July 2 about 11:20 p.m., following a short car chase from West Jefferson police and an arrest. A burglary took place at the same store April 15. The suspects were similarly pursued in a short car chase and arrested.
A man believed to be in his 50s was shot and killed early this morning in the village of Mount Sterling. Madison County 911 operators were called about 2:45 a.m. on a report of a possible robbery at a house on Columbus Street in a residential neighborhood.
Authorities investigate the crime scene on Columbus Street in Mount Sterling, where a man was found dead of a gunshot wound. A man in his mid-twenties was found dead of a gunshot wound early this morning on Columbus Street in Mount Sterling, according to Madison County Sheriff Jim Sabin.
The hearing for Jefferson Industries Corporation's appeal to have its property value reduced will likely begin in the Ohio Supreme Court later this summer. Jefferson Local Schools Superintendent William Mullett said at Monday's regular school board meeting that the issue is ongoing, and the hearing will probably take place over the summer.