EDITOR'S NOTE: The following individuals were arrested or cited by the Madison County Sheriff's Office. They are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.


Describe yourself: I received a B.B.A. in Finance from the University of Cincinnati, June 1992; J.D. from Capital University Law School, May 1997. I have over 17 years of experience as an attorney with experience in a diverse and varied background and have lived in London since June of 2002.


Education : Bachelor of Arts University of Cincinnati Pre-Med Psychiatry with Honors, Associate of Arts University of Cincinnati Pre-Med Psychiatry Community/civic involvement: President of the London Community Organization; minority representative at the University of Cincinnati; QI board member at the Mental Health Services for Madison and Clark counties; University of Cincinnati psychology alumni representative; London Parks and Recreation board member; lifetime member Psi Chi the International Honor Society in Psychology; former University of Cincinnati football player; lead and associate researcher International Journal of Science in Society; editor of the International Journal of Science in Society.


Education : pursued a Bachelor of Business, Sinclair Community College and Wright State University 1997-2002; diploma, London High School, 1997 Community/civic involvement: Board member, Downtown London Association ; chairman, London Rib & Jazz Fest; founding member and board member of London Community Organization ; committee member, London Bicentennial; chairman, Fourth of July Parade Committee; board member, London Visual Arts Guild ; cabinet member, United Way; Madison County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors ; Board of Directors, Madison County Future Inc. . What motivated you to seek this position? I am motivated to become the next mayor of London for a few reasons.


Standing in front of the 2015 Heritage Tree, a Saucer Magnolia, are from left: Joel McCoy, Becky McCoy, Tiffany Whetzel a Madison County Master Gardener, Martha Mabe and Robin McCoy. Standing in front of the 2015 Heritage Tree, a Saucer Magnolia, are from left: Joel McCoy, Becky McCoy, Tiffany Whetzel a Madison County Master Gardener, Martha Mabe and Robin McCoy.


A lawsuit has been filed following a deadly crime spree by two Columbus teenagers in the summer of 2013. The teens shot a man in the face at a Madison County truck stop as they tried to get out of central Ohio.


A Springfield man was arraigned in Madison County Common Pleas Court Monday for ordering 38 computers through the technology company Apple with a fake email address, and picking them up from FedEx in West Jefferson. Adebowale Balogun, 33, is charged with two counts of theft, two counts of complicity to telecommunications fraud and two counts of attempted theft.


Isa Thomas, 39, and Ryan Brown, 36, pleaded guilty to a single count of burglary in Madison County Common Pleas Court. Complicity to theft and possession of criminal tools charges were dropped in a plea agreement.


Madison County Sheriff Jim Sabin, chairman of the Buckeye Sheriff's Association's committee to review concealed carry legislation, has two 100-page-plus Ohio House of Represenative bills on his desk for review. Both bills want to drop the mandatory process for permission to carry a concealed firearm.


Volunteers at the registration table that supported the 2014 Fall Dinner are from left: Gina Beachy of West Jefferson, Debbie Yoder of London, Debbie Friddle of West Jefferson, Darlene Slack and Shirley Charnitsky of Marysville and Liz Yutzy of Plain City. Volunteers at the registration table that supported the 2014 Fall Dinner are from left: Gina Beachy of West Jefferson, Debbie Yoder of London, Debbie Friddle of West Jefferson, Darlene Slack and Shirley Charnitsky of Marysville and Liz Yutzy of Plain City.


Joan Denes, right, stands with fellow health department board member, Linda Houser. Denes' 30 years of service was recognized during a reception earlier this week.


The longtime community advocate credited with fostering the Madison Health Foundation died Thursday evening following her final battle with cancer. Her husband of 24 years, Richard Flax, lauded her ability to organize.


The FFA Chapter at Tolles Career & Technical Center will sponsor "Pet Day" from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, April 18 at the school, located at 7877 U.S. Route 42 South, Plain City. Students in the Animal Management & Services program will offer dog bathing and nail trimming services for donations, and the Humane Society of Madison County will have adoptable dogs to showcase.


Kevin L. Van Bibber and Suzanne D. Van Bibber to James P. Gribben, Lot No. 116, Merriman's Second Subdivision, in West Jefferson, fee $172.


Bray argues case before Civil Service Commission Civil Service Commission to decide former correctional officer's fate Check out this story on jacksonsun.com: http://www.jacksonsun.com/story/news/local/2015/04/15/bray-argues-case-civil-service-commission/25852933/ The fate of Danny Bray's job rests in the hands of the Civil Service Commission, following a hearing for the former Madison County correctional officer in the Chancery Room at the Madison County Courthouse on Wednesday. Bray was terminated by the Madison County Sheriff's Office after he was accused of violating department policy by being absent from duty excessively between June 13 and Sept.


EDITOR'S NOTE: The following individuals were arrested or cited by the Madison County Sheriff's Office. They are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.


Award-winning students through the Madison County Sheriff Department's DARE Program included from left: Alexus Sparks, Briana Callaway, St. Patrick fifth grade teacher Kara Schroyer, Isaiah Jones, Dr. Lt. Teena Gallagher, Reid Gates and Emily Gaston.