One of two fundraisers by the Alpha Group of Delaware Inc. is coming up on March 13.
Developers who plan to break ground on a Berkshire Township outlet-store shopping mall in April have warned Big Walnut Local School District residents that the development will not be a financial panacea for the school system.
Olentangy Local Schools has realized a savings of nearly $400,000 in energy costs, according to a recent presentation to the board of education.
Canadian geese enjoy a relatively balmy 25-degree afternoon at Alum Creek Lake on Wednesday. This is second-coldest February ever in central Ohio, and a low temperature of minus 11 degrees has been predicted for Friday.
Former Delaware County resident Tammy Rosebrough was born without a left hand or wrist, but it never stopped her – until a school district used discrimination tactics during her hiring and training process, she has alleged.
The status of a proposed Speedway gas station/convenience store at 2381 U.S. 23 was raised by a Delaware resident during the public comment portion of the City Council meeting on Monday.
Delaware police report:
Drugs and guns were found by Genoa Township police when officers were called to a house to deal with a domestic dispute.
A Delaware man who was hit by a car on Central Avenue on Feb. 18 was still at Grant Medical Center in Columbus Wednesday afternoon.
The village of Galena will remain part of Berkshire Township, at least for now.
“U.S. Policy Toward Africa” will be the topic for Friday's session of the Great Decisions Community Discussion Series.
In addition to the cancellations and delays, the cold weather has also caused problems for the PARCC assessment schedule set up by area school districts.
A controversial Orange Township development has been put on hold while those behind the project revamp their plans at the request of the board of trustees.
Olentangy Local Schools Superintendent Wade Lucas announced he was retiring last week, but the Board of Education has to vote on whether to accept his resignation at its meeting on Thursday.
Construction on the extension of Sawmill Parkway is expected to begin in July after Delaware City Council unanimously passed a tax increment financing (TIF) ordinance at its meeting on Monday
While they may not have donned hard hats and operated heavy construction equipment over the years, Delaware's Harry and Mary Jo Humes have been instrumental in cementing relationships in the city for more than six decades.
About 15 percent of drivers are not paying full attention to what they're doing, according to a locally conducted survey.
Delaware police report:
1091 Cheshire Road, Delaware, McNamara Timothy D. & Annette J. trustees to: McNamara Daniel J. & Barbara S., $260,0006835 Golden Way, Powell, Duda Douglas V. & Jessica P. to: Hewitt Peter & Sarah, $336,500
While photo taken around 7:30 a.m. Tuesday may seem cold enough, the National Weather Service reported the coldest temperature in Delaware County was at the municipal airport, where temperature registered at minus 24 degrees. The record low...
What if coaches could identify individual players and even entire teams with a potential propensity toward hazing? Ohio Wesleyan University's Jay Martin thinks the knowledge could be a game-changer – and the NCAA agrees.
Ohio Wesleyan University has received $2.2 million in new gift commitments to support its “Connect Today, Create Tomorrow” capital campaign. To date, the campaign has generated $65 million in contributions from graduates, parents and...
COLUMBUS (AP) — A proposal to legalize marijuana in Ohio has failed to clear an initial state hurdle, though backers of the effort say they plan to revise the constitutional amendment.
The resurgence of heroin continues to worsen in Delaware County, according to Sheriff Russell Martin.
Negotiations between the Delaware County Sheriff's Office and the collective bargaining unit that represents corrections officers are ongoing after the latter rejected a state panel's recommendations to bring the discussions to a...