Sheriff announces plans to retire in March

(Posted Feb. 18, 2019) By Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor After more than 14 years as sheriff and a total of 37 years with the Sheriff’s Office,...

London Fire & EMS acquires former EMD site

(Posted Feb. 18, 2019) By Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor The London Fire and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Department now owns the former Madison County Emergency Medical...

Downtown parking permits possible for residents

(Posted Feb. 18, 2019) By Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor London city council is looking to offer overnight parking permits for downtown residents. Currently, it is illegal for...

New committee will focus on London’s downtown

(Posted Feb. 18, 2019) By Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor The city of London now has a Historic Downtown Revitalization Commission. On Feb. 7, city council approved Mayor...

London wrestlers face tough opponent at state

(Posted Feb. 18, 2019) By Pat Donahue, Staff Photographer London High School’s wrestling team competed in the 7th Annual Ohio High School Athletic Association state wrestling...

Alder’s synthetic turf project nears fundraising goal

(Posted Feb. 18, 2019) By Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor The goal line is in site for the Jonathan Alder field turf project. District residents Joel Maynard and...

Two contested races on primary election ballot

(Posted Feb. 18, 2019) By Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor Two contested races will appear on the May 7 primary election ballot in London. Two candidates filed petitions...

Alder showing documentary about anxiety in children

(Posted Feb. 21, 2019) UPDATE: This event was originally scheduled for Feb. 20. It has been rescheduled for Feb. 25. IndieFlix, an independent online streaming platform,...

Community pays tribute to Bradley Haynes

(Posted Feb. 7, 2019) By Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor “He had an infectious smile. He loved working for our township. He loved all the jobs he...

Purchases approved, town hall meeting set in West Jeff

(Posted Feb. 7, 2019) By Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor West Jefferson village council gave John Mitchell, public service director, the green light to move forward with...

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