A London man was arrested after he allegedly drove through a resident's front yard and tried to run over the resident and his neighbors, according to a London police report. Jarrett Harley, 27, was charged with OVI and felonious assault for the Oct. 11 incident.
A London woman was arrested for failure to comply and resisting arrest after attempting to elude police, according to a London police report. On Oct. 10, police saw Sheri Prather, 48, driving a black vehicle on Lafayette Street about 12:27 a.m. The vehicle was drifting to the center lane or the curve and jerking back, the report said.
The sun's ascension into the sky is veiled by Thursday's early-morning fog as seen from Roberts Mill Road, outside of London. The sun's ascension into the sky is veiled by Thursday's early-morning fog as seen from Roberts Mill Road, outside of London.
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A London woman accused of theft from the elderly did not appear at her court hearing Thursday. A warrant for her arrest will likely be issued.
EDITOR'S NOTE: The following individuals were arrested or cited by the West Jefferson Police Department. They are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
Indian Trail Campground; 1400 U.S. 250 S., New London; July 10, standard inspection -- No violations. Inspector's comments: Facility is good working order! Lyn Marie's Coffee On Main, Ltd.; 2 N. Main St., Monroeville; July 29, standard inspection -- No violations.
Sherlock Holmes is among the most famous Londoners of all time. Many tourists still see the bustling city through his eyes, and seek out his address, 221B Baker Street.
The London location is one of many Donatos Pizza restaurants participating in raising money for The Spielman Fund. From left are Jeremy, Chanel, Sandra, Liz, Russ and Rose.
The Bureau of Criminal Investigation in London recently held a Breast Cancer Awareness Day. Employees dressed in pink and brought in pink snacks to share with their sections to show their support.
Typically, an individual undergoing chemotherapy treatments can expect to lose their hair in a matter of weeks, but a new product known as "cold caps" may allow patients to keep their locks, after all. Local beauty salon Gabrielle's of London will host a cut-a-thon Nov. 1 to contribute to the cause.
The Madison County Senior Center, 280 W. High St., London, is hosting a Harvest Square Dance on Saturday, Oct. 18. There will be a roast beef dinner for $5. Soup, sandwiches, drinks and desserts will also be available.
From left, Steve Hume, London safety-services director, accepts a check from OCC President George Daulton, OCC board member Roy Edgar and OCC Treasurer Dave Beck. The Ohio Cobra Club presented checks during a recent London City Council meeting for $1,000 for the London Police Department, $500 for the London Fire Department, $500 for EMS and $500 for the Madison County Sheriff's Offce.
The dress Doris Smith, 100, of London, wore at her high school graduation in 1932 was on display along with a photo of her wearing the dress. All of her great-nieces had their photos taken with it.
The London Academy Board of Directors will hold a special meeting at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 7, at 40 S. Walnut St., London. The purpose of the meeting is to investigate charges or complaints against a public employee or official, and to consider and act on a proposed agreement.
Casey Stevens, 26, of London, was transported to Grant Medical Center with serious injuries following a following an accident in front of the Dan Hatfield car dealership on Lafayette Street in London at about 6:30 p.m. Friday. A serious wreck which took place Friday in London may be linked to a case of road rage or drag racing, officials said Monday.
A Delaware man could face up to 13 years in prison after pleading guilty to drug and weapons charges in Madison County Common Pleas Court Monday. Michael Garrett, 29, pleaded guilty to drug trafficking, possession of a controlled substance, receiving stolen property, carrying a concealed weapon, drug possession and weapons under disability.