Three Alder athletes sign to compete at college level

(Posted Nov. 15, 2022) Three Jonathan Alder High School athletes recently signed letters of intent to compete at the college level. Eli Stoll Eli Stoll will swim...

Kinsey Null: Rotary student of the month at Madison-Plains

(Posted Nov. 15, 2022) The London Rotary Club is pleased to honor senior Kinsey Null as Madison-Plains High School’s November Student of the Month. Students of...

Update on West Jeff Schools’ five-year financial forecast

(Posted Nov. 15, 2022) By Linda Dillman, Staff Writer Passage earlier this month of a 5.87-mill substitution levy for Jefferson Local Schools will keep the district...

State awards funding for Price Hilliards/Rte. 42 roundabout

(Posted Nov. 14, 2022) On Nov. 4, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) Director Dr. Jack Marchbanks announced details on $121...

Playful Reno and laid-back Peanut looking for homes

(Posted Nov. 14, 2022) The following are among the pets up for adoption at the Humane Society of Madison County. Reno Reno is a big goof with...

LHS puts cyber-punk spin on ‘Romeo & Juliet’

(Posted Nov. 14, 2022) By Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor London High School’s drama department is putting their own cyber-punk, futuristic twist on an old (very old)...

Music and dance at Opera House

(Posted Nov. 10, 2022) By Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor Christmas at the Opera House, a long standing holiday tradition, will take place this year on Dec....

New pickleball and hoops courts in Plain City

(Posted Nov. 9, 2022) By Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor On Nov. 4, the village of Plain City dedicated their newly renovated basketball/pickleball courts at Pastime Park. The...

London levy fails; other levies pass

(Posted Nov. 9, 2022) By Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor London city officials must go back to the drawing board. Voters turned down the city’s request for...

Stop for Coffee & Conversation with village officials

(Posted Nov. 9, 2022) By Kristy Zurbrick, Madison Editor Once a month, South Charleston’s village manager and police chief–and often one of the village commissioners–invite the...

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