New London High School held its annual junior-senior prom on Saturday evening at the high school. Senior King Derek Phillips and Senior Queen Elise Chaffins were chosen to reign over the evening's event.
With only seven days left in April, we're biting our nails in anticipation of whether the royal family will welcome a princess or another prince to their adorable family. But there are tons of moms in the U.S. who are expecting babies around this very same time-and new initiative by Huggies will give these American families some royal treatment of their own.
Should spring break consist of a full week or a long weekend for the 2015-2016 school year at the London City Schools? The motion to approve the 2015-2016 calender was tabled so the spring break issue can be taken back to the calendar committee. Some board members objected to the calendar as it was written Tuesday, which eliminated the full five-day week of spring break, and replaced in with a shorter, three-day break.
Faith Brenly, 9, of Galloway, is one of the children who will be featured at this year's Rockin' on the Run, slated for May 16. Diagnosed at age 6 in 2012, Brenly is now cancer free. Faith Brenly, 9, of Galloway, is one of the children who will be featured at this year's Rockin' on the Run, slated for May 16. Diagnosed at age 6 in 2012, Brenly is now cancer free.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Sherri Cooper examines the damage done by a fallen tree to her 2006 Saturn sedan on Tuesday. High winds in the county dropped the tree trunk on the car's roof and adjacent garage, located on Graham Avenue in London.
Concluding a day-long celebration of the liberal arts at Wittenberg University, the campus community celebrated the achievements of students and faculty members at the annual Honors Convocation, held Friday, April 10, in Weaver Chapel. The faculty commemorated the occasion in full academic regalia as the university recognized high achievement of students and faculty members in academic and co-curricular activities.
Air Force veteran who posed for Playboy is tackled by cops and arrested for taking on protesters who were trampling on US flag Woman, 36, who had faked a pregnancy 'posed as a social worker to kidnap and murder new mom - then stole orphaned daughter and said it was her own' Forget looking up to celebrities in glossy magazines, for women it's how they measure up to Facebook pictures of their friends that counts these days Parents-of-six Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt 'planning to adopt a child from Syria' after actress had her ovaries removed Father who let his 6-year-old daughter's teeth deteriorate until she had FOURTEEN ABSCESSES pleads guilty to reckless endangerment Minted! Family win battle to KEEP gold coins worth $80m that their father was accused of stealing from US Mint in the 1930s Cop and case worker help homeless man living in a cardboard box find forgotten bank account - with ... (more)
Sponsored by council member Trint Hatt, the Historic Downtown Revitalization Commission will oversee a fund available to downtown business owners which will be funded by delinquent income tax payments. Sponsored by council member Trint Hatt, the Historic Downtown Revitalization Commission will oversee a fund available to downtown business owners which will be funded by delinquent income tax payments.
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.
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.
Volunteers are seeking donations of baked goods such as breads, cookies, candies or other sweets. Individual servings or large quantities of baked goods are welcome, as volunteers package and price each donation.
Equipment Specialists of Dayton LLC has been growing since a concrete truck literally crashed its business.