The schedule for London's Olde Fashioned Christmas, taking place Monday, Dec. 1, includes:5 p.m.• Lighting of Downtown Luminaries — Downtown London Association
Shoppers swarmed the Walmart in London Thursday evening to snag the store's special Thanksgiving Day deals. The parking lot was completely full shortly after 6 p.m., and some shoppers anticipated waiting hours to check out their holiday items.
The annual Olde Fashioned Christmas has a new feature this year designed to not only add sparkle to downtown, but also bump up the reserves of local food pantries.
The Bible says in Romans 8:1, “There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit.” Notice the fifth word: “no.”
Reading the Scriptures in the Holy Land deepens our appreciation for the context of the life and ministry of Jesus Christ. On pilgrimage we walk over the same ground where he walked. The experience brings you closer to him.
London residents and members of the St. Joseph Cathedral Choir, Kevin Lohr and Shannon Treynor, will be participating in the cathedral's “Lessons and Carols” Christmas concert at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 14. The annual choral and brass...
The Rosedale Bible College chapel, 2270 Rosedale Road, Irwin, is holding its 2014 Christmas Celebration at 7 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 7. Participants in Rosedale Bible College's Christmas Celebration '13 join their voices in singing a piece...
The buzz Monday evening, Nov. 24 in the Mount Sterling council chambers was about the anticipated holiday celebration, taking place Dec. 5-7.
The United Methodist Church in London is going all out for this year's Old Fashioned Christmas, being held Monday, Dec. 1.
Council members in the Village of Elida have agreed to keep West Jefferson's former Public Service Director David Metzger in his current position as their village administrator Tuesday.
A 21-year-old London woman was arraigned in Madison County Common Pleas Court Wednesday for allegedly assaulting a London Police Department (LPD) officer.
Members of the Madison County Soil and Water District (SWD) visited county commissioners on Monday to make their pitch to hire another employee.
Plain City council members took action Monday to move forward with allowing village employees to be eligible for raises in 2015.
A London man was killed Tuesday night in a single vehicle accident in Madison County.
The Friday edition of The Madison Press will have an earlier deadline for obituaries.Obituaries for the Nov. 28 edition must be submitted by noon on Thursday, Nov. 27.Obituaries may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For those who don't have any particular place to go on Thanksgiving Day for dinner, Madison County has several locations at which they'll be welcome.
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 Mount Sterling man has been named the deputy fire chief of the Jackson Township Fire Division.
Nov. 27, 1914The Madison Press — The following poem was written and read by Mrs. Henrietta Chenos, Class of 1912, at the 1965 West Jefferson High School Alumni Association Banquet. She...
The Fayette/Madison County Chapter of Ohio Public Employee Retirees Inc. held its bimonthly meeting at the Fayette County Commission on Aging on Wednesday, Nov. 19. President Sylvia Hildreth called the meeting to order and all stood for the Pledge of...
A London woman was sentenced to two years of community control Tuesday, a lenient sentence given the charges, Judge Eamon Costello said Tuesday.
Many Ohioans will have reason to give thanks this holiday season. There will be three lanes in both directions on Interstate 71 between Columbus and Cleveland just in time for Thanksgiving, one of the busiest travel times in the state.
Hundreds of Madison Countians were left without power Monday afternoon after high winds knocked down electric lines and power poles in the area.
The London City Schools Board of Education is searching for a new superintendent, and wants your help.
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.
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