A London woman was arraigned Wednesday for failure to comply and OVI after leading police on a brief car chase last month. Sheri Prather, 48, attended the hearing in Madison County Common Pleas Court with attorney Tim Merkle.


Covered in flour, members of the United Methodist Church youth group and Rev. Steven Rodgers pose for a photo at the end of an evening of making noodles.


The crash occurred on State Route 665 near Lilly Chapel-Georgesville Road, east of London at about 10 p.m., according to the West Jefferson Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol. Upon the trooper's arrival, a single vehicle, a 2006 Toyota Corolla, was found resting on its driver side in a field.


A 21-year-old London woman was arraigned in Madison County Common Pleas Court Wednesday for allegedly assaulting a London Police Department officer. Kaylee Payne was released on the agreement that she would attend all future court proceedings, and was placed on house arrest.


The entity is an unregulated group of three appointed personnel who have the authority to do anything with the rates you pay of water, sewer and trash disposal. In addition, they can contract for upgrades to facilities, again without any approval.


Angie Harris of Phat Daddy's will host a free Thanksgiving dinner from noon until the food's gone. She said area businesses and individuals have generously donated to the holiday event.


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


A London woman was sentenced to two years of community control Tuesday, a lenient sentence given the charges, Judge Eamon Costello said Tuesday. "You're getting a chance that most people in your shoes don't get," Costello said during the hearing in Madison County Common Pleas Court.


State Route 41 was closed north of South Solon after a semi-truck blew over in the wind Monday afternoon. The driver was transported from the scene with minor injuries.


After more than a year in jail and two hunger strikes, London man Robert Fiege was found not guilty and acquitted of two counts of abduction Monday. Fiege, 68, appeared in Madison County Common Pleas Court looking frail in the midst of a 45-day hunger strike.


Tolles Career & Technical School FCCLA is hosting a coat drive through Dec. 16 to benefit the H.E.L.P. House in London. The career-technical student organization at the career center is accepting gently used or new coats, gloves, mittens and hats.


London resident Adelle Faulkner and her professional partner Neil Duncan dance in competitive heats Wednesday morning at the Ohio Star Ball in Columbus. She's a five-year veteran of the event, which draws 13,000 competitors for a week of competitions.


A Bainbridge woman pleaded guilty to a count of illegal conveyance of drugs in Madison County Common Pleas Court Friday. Jessica Willett, 36, could be sentenced up to three years in prison.


About two weeks ago, I was annoyed that as soon as the last piece of Trick-or-Treat candy was popped into our mouths, the retailers were thrusting Christmas trees down our throats. "Give the turkey his time!" I found myself yelling back at the television.


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


The London Assembly has voted to investigate concerns about the relationship between Mayor of London Boris Johnson's inward investment arm and ABP, the Chinese developer which landed the contract to redevelop land neighbouring Royal Albert Dock. The deal has come under fire with suggestions the relationship between London & Partners and ABP was too "cosy" and the tender process flawed.


Michael Schreffler, organist at First United Methodist Church of London, will play a concert at 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 22 in the sanctuary. It is open to all organ music lovers.