Earl Ballenger presents a copy of his latest book to Edna McHugh, a volunteer librarian at the Madison County Historical Society.
I was on my way back from some business in Columbus the other day, just motoring along West Broad Street with the thought that a tall latte at the Starbucks in the Kroger at Galloway and West Broad would put a refreshing touch on the morning.
A pair of twins have made doubly sure a venerable main course for a church dinner will endure for years to come.
When you spend five years with people, places and things that make you smile, that make you humble, that make you proud, that and more is what comes with the job of a publisher.
"Remember the Sabbath." It means, remember God's day and don't treat it like the other days of the week.
Two people were killed yesterday when a semi plowed into traffic backed up from a previous crash on eastbound I-70 near Wilson Road.
Robin Smith-Jones was building her future when she was struck from behind by an eastbound semi Wednesday morning on I-70. Smith-Jones was enroute to Nationwide Beauty Academy on Hilliard-Rome Road when her 2007 Pontiac Vibe was struck from behind and died as a result of her injuries.
Franklin County Sheriff's investigators say traffic was backed up due to another incident on the freeway, near Wilson Road, about 4 miles away.
London voters choose Rodney A. Lauer, Roger T. Morris and Jason Schwaderer in the Republican Party primary race for council at large positions, according to unofficial results from the Madison County Board of Elections Tuesday night.
Five appears to have been the magic number for the city of London, where voters approved an income-tax increase to benefit the fire department, with 59 percent saying yes, according to final, unofficial results from the Madison County Board of Elections.
Polls will be open today from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. for a special election. Numerous offices and issues will be on the various ballots throughout the county.
The city is ready to set up a program in which Londoners can contribute to a favourite program or service and get a charitable tax receipt.
Two local men pleaded not guilty on Wednesday to criminal damaging, stemming from a vandalism spree in Mt.
The countdown is on. With less than a week until Tuesday, May 7, Madison-Plains school district officials are taking into account not only information disseminated about the need for its permanent improvement levy, but also information taken in as the district took its campaign throughout its 270 square miles.
A widespread effort spearheaded by the London Community Organization raised more than $30,000 in five weeks to open the city's municipal pool for the upcoming swim season.
There is an unusual show at the Gallery on High this month, flowers so colorful you can almost smell the fragrance.
Jason U.N. Copley will spend his 20th birthday in jail on Tuesday - less than a day after pleading guilty to holding up the BP Station at 51 E. High St., London, in December.
They were married in Meigs County on April 20, 1963. They have two children. a daughter, Carri Osbourne, and a son, Mayford III .
Although the Ohio Attorney General's Office has issued a call for prosecutors to go after Internet cafe, the local one shut down by police slightly more than a year ago possibly could reopen.