Attorney questions informant’s credibility
Police raid apartment in Johnson investigation
State Theater celebrates one year
Editorial: When will people learn email faux pas can destroy careers?
Timmons Bros. to talk rock ‘n’ roll, TV
- Attorney questions informant’s credibility - 4:44 pm
- Police raid apartment in Johnson investigation - 11:50 am updated: 1:23 pm.
- Preventive medicine - 9:00 am updated: 9:00 am.
- State Theater celebrates one year - 6:00 am updated: 6:00 am.
- Editorial: When will people learn email faux pas can destroy careers? - 5:12 am
- Timmons Bros. to talk rock ‘n’ roll, TV - 3:21 am
- Post Office hosting Passport Fair - 5:03 pm
- Bacteria outbreak linked to Deer Creek - 5:02 pm updated: 2:13 pm.
- Trial delayed for accused arsonist - 5:00 pm
- Car thief tries twice to evade police - 4:23 pm updated: 4:42 pm.
- Woman who fled police gets prison - 8:00 am updated: 8:00 am.
- County searches for administrator - 3:51 am
- Scaggs celebrate 60th anniversary - 2:41 pm
- Johnson held on $500,000 bond - 1:22 pm updated: 3:38 pm.
- Martin: Water looking good - 9:00 am updated: 9:00 am.
- H.E.L.P. House hosts back to school outreach - 9:00 am updated: 9:00 am.
- State fair starts today with new icon - 9:00 am updated: 9:00 am.
- ‘We no longer trust you’ - 6:40 am
- Plain City intersection hits another road block - 9:05 pm
- Region feels the debate loss - 5:10 pm
- Ohioans report police and fire charity scams - 9:00 am updated: 9:01 am.
- TCC, A Wireless donating school supply packs - 9:00 am updated: 9:01 am.
- Pumpkin Field Day slated for Aug. 18 - 9:00 am updated: 9:00 am.
- Mt. Sterling boy wins ‘Battle of the Brickyard’ - 6:55 am
- Fire chief: Runs to abated businesses ‘taxes’ the FD - 4:56 am
- Man sent to prison for gun theft, high speed chase - 5:48 pm
- Dem convention roiled by emails, chairwoman - 4:57 pm
- Trump galvanizes party faithful - 5:07 pm
- Johnson: How did he do it? - 4:58 pm updated: 5:09 pm.
- Two charged with murder in Fayette Co. - 4:53 pm
- Alder to offer season sports passes - 1:27 pm
- London’s Shuff wears medal of Eagle Scout - 9:00 am
- Better late than never - 9:00 am updated: 9:00 am.
- Progress at EMS building - 8:01 am
- Spectacle outside the RNC - 6:12 pm
- Teen gets 7 years for breaking into home, beating woman at gunpoint - 5:57 pm
- Judge: No prison for Stoops - 4:24 pm
- More ribbons awarded at fair dog show - 11:09 am
- Rotary installs new officers - 9:00 am
- Councilman: Johnson arrest a ‘dark blow’ for village - 6:58 am
- West Jeff approves Flucke Trust annexation - 5:29 pm
- Report: West Jeff pool revenue is up - 5:06 pm
- MCAC wears ‘Pajama Game’ well - 5:03 pm
- Correction - 5:34 am
- Manure expo coming to London - 5:14 pm updated: 5:22 pm.
- Theft in office: Cars, tools, camper — even dental work — bought with village money - 5:01 pm updated: 4:29 pm.
- Former Mt. Sterling administrator arrested for stealing nearly $1 million from village - 10:04 am updated: 5:03 pm.
- Hog wash: Fair board, Gross say no truth to Facebook rumor - 8:35 am
- Barber wins it all at fair showman of showmen - 3:12 am
- Bike trail use moving up - 12:53 am updated: 5:33 pm.
Car thief tries twice to evade police
An accused car thief and robber is in Tri-County Regional Jail under $500,000 bond despite two attempts on Tuesday to evade the law.Aaron E. Goins Jr....
Woman who fled police gets prison
A Delaware woman who led authorities on a high-speed chase through two counties in February will spend the next year in prison.Barbara J. Robinson, 36...
County searches for administrator
Madison County commissioners are looking for a county administrator.An employment notice for the new position has been posted on the county’s we...
Scaggs celebrate 60th anniversary
Jack and Georgia Scaggs, of London, recently celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on June 30, 2016.They were married on June 30, 1954 in Betsy La...
Johnson held on $500,000 bond
Former Mount Sterling Village Administrator Joe Johnson remains in jail under $500,000 cash or surety bond, following arraignment in Madison County Co...
Martin: Water looking good
Following the presentation by law enforcement regarding the arrest of the former village administrator Joe Johnson, Mount Sterling council conducted i...
WJYAA volleyball sign-ups continue
West Jefferson Youth Athletic Association (WJYAA) is now accepting volleyball registrations. The cost for registration is $65 and will be for students...
Spieth ignoring history
SPRINGFIELD, N.J. — Jordan Spieth walked with purpose down the long corridor toward his locker, not stopping to look at the photos and scorecard...
Owner’s patience gives Lewis another chance
CINCINNATI (AP) — Any other NFL team would be starting the season with a new head coach.A playoff meltdown against Pittsburgh left Cincinnati...
Olympics present problem for Ryder Cup qualifying
SPRINGFIELD, N.J. — The Olympics has thrown another wrinkle into the golf schedule, this one affecting the American team for the Ryder Cup.The P...
MSU QB race not settled
CHICAGO — Michigan State football coach Mark Dantonio says Tyler O’Connor is in the lead to be the starting quarterback for the Spartans t...
MULTIMEDIA - PHOTO STORE
Living day by day and appreciating it more and more
As I opened the curtains this morning (July 19) I could see fog disappearing in the field in front of me. That was a strange sight for the middle of J...
Iota Beta honored at national convention
Thirteen members of Iota Beta attended the 2016 Phi Beta Psi National Convention in Cleveland July 11-13.The Chapter received the Mitzi Jones Memorial...
Troyer and Keigley to exchange vows
Walter G. Keigley Jr. and Patricia A. Keigley of London announce the engagement of their son, Brian K. Keigley to Victoria D. Troyer daughter of Eliza...
Book club awards door prizes
Carolyn Tadlock won the game prize drawing at the June Around Town Book Club meeting. Her gift included a $10 gift card to The Rusty Keg, and a Mt. St...
The pleasure of finishing a memory
The barn last week was one of three main elements that made up this memorable scene. Besides the barn, there was a farm pond and a large Oak tree besi...
Law enforcementofficers deserverespect, prayers
This is the time for the communities of Madison County to rally around the men and women in law enforcement who keep us safe. They put their lives on ...
Clinton’s college plan is unrealistic
WASHINGTON — Hillary Clinton’s proposal for making public higher education not just cheaper but free to most Americans sounds good on pape...
Jay Ambrose: Not the usual Trump speech
It was dark, dark, oh so dark. That’s what numerous media commentators said about Donald Trump’s speech at the end of the Cleveland conven...
Plan to travel out of country? it’s time to get a passport
Every year, millions of Americans travel overseas for work or family vacations. Those with plans to travel outside of our borders for the first time w...
Try strawberry soup for an easy supper
I love being a mother. There’s nothing in the entire world I’d rather do than be a wife to my beloved husband Daniel and be called mother ...
Loving Care hosting spring dinner & auction
Loving Care Hospice and Home Health’s Annual Spring Dinner and Auction “Your Greatest Adventure” will be held at 6 p.m. on Friday, M...
Madison Health Auxiliary seeks homemade donations for countywide bake sale
It’s a golden event! The 50th annual Madison Health Auxiliary Bake-Nic is set for Friday, May 6 at various locations throughout the county.Curre...
Pharmacists honored for 50 years service
Two Plain City pharmacists were recently recognized for their combined 100 years of service to the practice of pharmacy.Registered Pharmacists Robert ...
Chamber of commerce seeks board members
The Madison County Chamber of Commerce is seeking individuals to join its board of directors.There are currently two open seats on the board.“We...
Chamber of commerce seeking ambassadors
Are you looking for a way to get involved in your local community?The Madison County Chamber of Commerce is in search of people willing to serve as vo...
Dr. Gary Erdy joins Madison Health in Mt. Sterling
Madison Health has announced Dr. Gary Erdy, MD, a primary care practitioner, has joined its family of physicians. Erdy will care for patients at Madis...