Even though incomes in the United States have nearly tripled since Word War II, Americans are not much happier, according to a college professor who studies happiness.
Delaware police report:
A truck traveling west on Central Avenue became wedged under the railway bridge – nicknamed “the can opener” by local police – on Wednesday around noon. No one was injured in the crash but traffic was brought to a single lane...
Turning Point now has a new program in place at the Ohio Reformatory for Women in Marysville.
No charges will be filed against a Delaware man involved in a traffic crash in Marion County that killed a Dayton woman on Jan. 14.
A referendum designed to stop the creation of a Joint Economic Development District at the future site of a Berkshire Township outlet mall failed to clear another hurdle Tuesday.
Civitas Media, a publisher of more than 100 community newspapers in 12 states, announced Tuesday the appointment of Ralph James Martin as chief executive officer.
Delaware's City Planning Commission will consider Phase 2 of Delaware Place at its meeting tonight.
Renovation to the main theater of the downtown Strand began Monday.
A trial date has been set for a Columbus man who was charged with illegal use of a minor in nudity-oriented material.
Delaware police report:A 55-inch flat-screen TV was stolen from a residence on Lake Street Friday morning.
A third suspect in the investigation of three area massage parlors – that were allegedly offering sexual services to customers – turned herself in to authorities Monday night.
Ryan Stokes, assistant professor of Old Testament at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas, will discuss “The Rise of Satan” when he speaks at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 9 at Ohio Wesleyan University.
Delaware is the most insured county in Ohio, according to a recent study.
A $1 million grant to the Delaware Soil & Water Conservation District is intended to prevent the algal blooms that plagued Toledo last year from happening in Columbus.
“I've traveled all over Ohio and been to a few King celebrations,” Jennette Bradley said Monday morning at Delaware's Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. celebration breakfast. “This one has been so heartfelt and so unique, and I...
The Delaware man found guilty of stabbing a former Ohio Wesleyan University student is scheduled to be sentenced next Monday in Delaware County Common Pleas Court.
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Barb Girson, sales strategist, trainer and registered corporate coach, will discuss the art of networking on Feb. 2 at Ohio Wesleyan University.
In the normal hustle and bustle of life, it's hard to find good, quality food going through a drive-though – let alone authentic Mexican food in this part of the country. So when Hector Gonzalez, the general manager of the new...
More than 125 people showed up Sunday afternoon for the 30th annual Delaware-area worship service at William Street United Methodist Church to celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., who would have celebrated his 86th birthday last...
Human trafficking and digital privacy are two of the timely topics that will be discussed in Delaware's weekly “Great Decisions” lecture series that begins Feb. 6.
Attendees of the Ohio Wesleyan University basketball game against DePauw University Saturday afternoon had a chance to learn more about the Delaware community via the “Community Service Day” sponsored by The Bishop...
OhioHealth recently joined a partnership of six statewide health systems for more efficient operations, the Dayton Business Journal reported last week.
Ohio Wesleyan University has announced its 2014 fall semester dean's list.