London firefighters raised $3,000 on Labor Day weekend for the Muscular Dystrophy Fill the Boot campaign. For two days, firefighters collected donations in tall boots.
Two co-defendants pled to a count of forgery Monday in Madison County Common Pleas Court. One took the guilty plea, and one pled no contest.
The crash took place about 8:30 p.m. on Glade Run Road, north of Big Plain-Circleville Road, according to the West Jefferson Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol. According to officials, Raymond was driving on Glade Run Road when she approached a sharp left curve, but continued straight.
A 22-year-old woman was killed yesterday when her car ran off a road in Madison County and hit a tree. State Highway Patrol troopers say they aren't sure what caused Traci Raymond, of London, to veer off the road about 8:30 p.m. yesterday.
The Mount Sterling village council will answer that question - again - when its holds a special meeting at 7 p.m., Monday, Sept. 29 in village chambers to re-examine the village's date for Trick-or-Treat night.
A Chillicothe man's 21-month prison sentence was extended a year after he pled guilty to forgery and theft charges Thursday in Madison County Common Pleas Court. James Savage, 40, pled guilty to three counts of complicity forgery and a count of complicity theft from incidents between Sept.
Madison-Plains Homecoming will be Friday, Sept. 26 and the Golden Eagles will host neighbor London at their stadium on Linson Road.
The neighboring city of Urbana, just 30 miles northwest of London, will host a lot of hoopla and chili eating Saturday, Sept. 27. It's the eighth annual Simon Kenton Chili Festival with Hoopla Parade and Chili Cook off and will be held downtown on Monument Square.
OHIO SOYBEAN, AG EQUIPMENT ANNOUNCE WINNER CHALLENGER TRACTOR CONTEST Sep. 25, 2014 Source: Ohio Soybean Association news release The Ohio Soybean Association and Ohio Ag Equipment recently announced that Kevin Kruger of Allen County has won 50 hours with an MT600 Series Challenger tractor. This promotion allowed all new OSA members who signed up by September 18 to be entered in a drawing to win free hours with the tractor.
London High School sophomore trombone player Clayton Arvin warms up before the Red Raiders Marching Band placed second on Saturday, Sept. 20 at the Hilliard Bradley Marching Band Invitational.
A victim was allegedly robbed about 7 p.m. at Travel Centers of America on U.S. Route 42 in London. The victim told police that he and several others were playing Three-card Monte.
THIS YEAR'S FARM SCIENCE REVIEW ATTENDANCE TOPS 2013 TOTAL Sep. 24, 2014 Source: Ohio state University news release More than 131,000 farmers, producers, industry experts and agricultural enthusiasts attended this year's Farm Science Review in London, Ohio, an increase over last year's attendance, organizers said. Sponsored by Ohio State University's College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences, the three-day agricultural trade show's attendance of 131,153 tops the 129,864 attendees who visited the show last year, said Chuck Gamble, manager of the Review.
Robert Szempruch, 24, of Granville, was sentenced after previously pleading guilty to drug possession. He has criminal history in Clark, Montgomery and Franklin counties.
Drug trafficking suspect Jasmine Cain entered the London Police Department about 4 a.m. wanting to know if she had a warrant. She was on house arrest at her mother's house, but said her mother "put her down" because of her drug problem.
A London woman will face up to 15 years in prison after pleading guilty to charges of drug trafficking, burglary and theft. Ashley McQuirt, 27, of London, attended her formal pretrial in Madison County Common Pleas Court Monday.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich delivers his State of the State address at Wells Academy/Steubenville High School in Steubenville, Ohio in 2012. The governor will be in London at the Madison County Republican Headquarters Oct. 3. Ohio Gov. John Kasich delivers his State of the State address at Wells Academy/Steubenville High School in Steubenville, Ohio in 2012.
The London High School and London Middle School cheerleaders sponsored a "Little Cheerleaders" clinic the week of Sept. 8. There were more than 80 participants in pre-kindergarten through fifth grade.