Peace officers put themselves between us and harm's way every day. And when, as a consequence of shielding us from danger, peace officers become casualties, we come to understand the gravity of the pledge they willingly make "to serve and protect."


City of London and Brightway Institute officials gather at the former high school building to announce its official $1 sale to the technical college. From left, Bill Blazer, The London Group LLC consultant; Patrick Closser, London City Council president; Daryle Griffin, Brightway co-founder; Zahid Siddiqi, City of London law director; Bill Pizzino, Brightway co-founder; Calvin Murray, Brightway co-founder; Tony Brake, City of London Parks and Recreation director; and Steve Hume, City of London Safety-Service director.


Paramedic Lt. Carolyn Anderson, center, was recognized Wednesday as a Hometown Hero by Sunny 95 radio and CME Credit Union during the National EMS Week Homecoming Breakfast held at Madison Senior Living Community.


Linn's Stamp News gives you a quick look at what's going on in the world of stamp-collecting. Running directly under the feet of millions of unsuspecting Londoners and passing many of the city's most recognisable landmarks, The Post Office Underground Railway Mail Rail ran largely unnoticed between 1927 and 2003 from Whitechapel in the east to Paddington in the west.


A Dayton woman was sentenced to one year and six months in prison for smuggling heroin to her son who was an inmate at London Correctional Institution. Margie Ritchie, 58, pleaded guilty to a single count of illegal conveyance of drugs in March.


The Police Wives of Ohio donated cruiser care kits and other items to the Madison County Sheriff's Department and other agencies Friday, as part of National Police Week. From left, member Anna Short, Deputy Roberta Braithwaite, Deputy Anna Bingman and member Destiny Venrick.


It was less than one minute into the ceremony when my lip began to quiver. I didn't even make it to the first introduction listed in the program.


A London man was sentenced to four years in prison Thursday for two separate incidents of breaking into homes and trying to steal medication and other items. Brian Harris, 36, of London, pleaded guilty to two separate charges of burglary in Madison County Common Pleas Court.


Bob Capuano, creator and still the owner of Cappy's Pizza, 247 Lafayette Street, will re-locate to a larger building at 225 Lafayette St. at Sheffield Ave. Opening is set for August. Bob Capuano, creator and still the owner of Cappy's Pizza, 247 Lafayette Street, will re-locate to a larger building at 225 Lafayette St. at Sheffield Ave. Opening is set for August.


Peace officers put themselves between us and harm's way every day. And when, as a consequence of shielding us from danger, peace officers become casualties, we come to understand the gravity of the pledge they willingly make "to serve and protect."


The Friends of the London Public Library annual Spring Book Sale Extravaganza will be held from 1 to 5 p.m. on Friday, May 15 and from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 16 in the Book Nook, which is located directly behind the library. Attendees will find a large variety of books for children, teens and adults.


The four pictured individuals made transactions at more than 10 Coinstar machines in Columbus after allegedly stealing "considerable" money from Buckeye Car Wash in London. The four pictured individuals made transactions at more than 10 Coinstar machines in Columbus after allegedly stealing "considerable" money from Buckeye Car Wash in London.


A local department store has customers who support the efforts of in-town social agencies. The fruits of that support were shared Wednesday morning.


Bella Donna Leather, on Putnam Ave., will be holding it's grand opening next Friday, starting at 9 A.M. The shop will feature leather apparel and products as well as button-repair and patch-sewing. MUSKINGUM COUNTY, OHIO - The Cupcake War starts at 11 A.M. today at the Department of Children's Services on East Pike and will benefit the Muskingum County Hunger Network.


San Diego Police Department K-9 Sgt. Mike Pidgeon, center, presents a plaque to Fayette County Sheriff Vernon Stanforth, left, and London Police Chief David Wiseman, right.


Winners of the Morton Buildings' most recent "Giving Away the Farm" sweepstakes are from left: winners Steve and Cheryl McCreary, Then Concrete subcontractor Kevin Allison/Allison Concrete, and then Excavation subcontractor Baker Excavating. Location of this Nationwide giveaway is marked with Morton Buildings advertising sign on Rosedale-Milford Center Road, London.


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