Ohio Department of Commerce Director Andre T. Porter urges Madison County residents to join in the 2014 Unclaimed Funds Treasure Hunt by checking the Madison Press on Tuesday, April 15. By checking the newspaper advertisement, readers can find out if they are entitled to unclaimed funds turned over to the Ohio Division of Unclaimed Funds in the ... (more)


Since absentee voting kicked off on Tuesday, April 1, the Madison County Board of Elections office has sent out 224 ballots.


The co-founder of one of central Ohio's largest organic farms and a leader in the local-food movement was sentenced today to five years probation for growing hundreds of marijuana plants in Union County.


Ohio State Highway Patrol found 17 grams of methamphetamine and approximately a pound of marijuana after searching a 2007 Lincoln Mark LT with Califor... Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers stopped a 2007 Lincoln Mark LT pick-up truck, with California registration for speed, following too closely, marked lanes and unsafe lane change violations on ... (more)


Clifford Bowen, former resident of Lamplight Court in London, passed away on Monday, March 31. He was 101 years old.


Since absentee voting kicked off on Tuesday, April 1, the Madison County Board of Elections office has sent out 224 ballots.


An 18-year-old London man pleaded guilty on Friday, April 11, to molesting a 4-year-old city girl last September.


As the newly sworn U.S. Marshal for Ohio's southern district, Tobin's Columbus office is across the street from the police department where he began his law enforcement career 40 years ago.


Forty years ago, when President Richard Nixon made an unannounced visit to the town of Xenia, Ohio, he said, "As I look back over the disasters, I saw the earthquake in Anchorage in 1964; I saw the hurricanes Hurricane Camille in 1969 down in Mississippi and I saw Hurricane Agnes in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania.


It's that time of year again. Parents are registering their children for kindergarten.


"I can tell you that everywhere in the county has a drug problem," Madison County prosecutor Steve Pronai told West Jefferson Village Council on Monday, March 17. "In some ways, West Jefferson has a worse drug problem, since you're close to Columbus, which is Drug Central," Pronai said.


As the newly sworn U.S. Marshal for Ohio's southern district, Tobin's Columbus office is across the street from the police department where he began his law enforcement career 40 years ago.


Clifford "Preacher" Bowen drove his red Mustang around London for many years from his residence in Lamplight Court.


A photo from the April 11, 1974 Plain City Advocate shows Titus Hostetler of Route 5, Marysville, holding a checkbook found on the family's front lawn... A display at the Madison County Senior Center, 280 W. High St. in London, includes pieces of the Madison County courthouse that blew off the building ... Forty years ago, when President Richard ... (more)


"I can tell you that everywhere in the county has a drug problem," Madison County prosecutor Steve Pronai told West Jefferson Village Council on Monday, March 17. "In some ways, West Jefferson has a worse drug problem, since you're close to Columbus, which is Drug Central," Pronai said.


The plea comes after Andrew Boguslawski was pulled over for speeding by the Ohio Highway patrol on New Year's Day in January in Madison County.


Jason Fruth, Ph.D., assistant professor in Wright State's Department of Education, spoke to community leaders and citizens on the afternoon of Thursday, March 20. The purpose of his visit was to help get the ball rolling on the Community PAX program.


After 20 months of legal maneuvers and the services of three defense lawyers, Patrick Adkins III, 35, dodged Wednesday's scheduled jury trial and entered an Alford guilty plea to two counts of rape.


"I can tell you that everywhere in the county has a drug problem," Madison County prosecutor Steve Pronai told West Jefferson Village Council on Monday, March 17. "In some ways, West Jefferson has a worse drug problem, since you're close to Columbus, which is Drug Central," Pronai said.


Peter Tobin speaks to guests assembled at Tobin's Administration of the Oath of Office as United States Marshal for the southern district of Ohio.