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Madison County was established in 1810 and has a population of more than 42,000 people. The county is named after President James Madison, and London is the county seat.
Agriculture is an important industry in this area and every September The OSU Farm Science Review is held at the Molly Caren Agricultural Center near London. There is a growing small business presence in Madison County. Also of note, the county is home to Stanley Electric and an Armaly factory that produces every Brillo pad made in the world.
Madison County has a number of "must see" attractions including Madison Lake State Park, Rails to Trails, the Jonathan Alder Cabin and the State and National Scenic River. Local families can be found eating at the Red Brick Tavern and visiting with friends at the yearly London Strawberry Festival or the West Jefferson Ox Roast.
Major employers in Madison County include: Battelle, BST Trucking, Arbors West Subacute & Rehabilitation Center, Criminal Identification Bureau, Madison County Hospital, and Der Dutchman Restaurant.