An Orange Township group this weekend plans to rally support against a controversial development proposed for the Lewis Center area.
Two Delaware County commissioners say they fear that a proposed sewer-fee charge could be too high.
Today is Heritage Day, one of Ohio Wesleyan University's most important days.
Members of Sunbury Halter & Saddle 4-H Club gathered with a group of local veterans at Sunbury Memorial Park last Sunday afternoon to place flags on World War II veterans' graves.
A proposed change to a long-standing rule that some say could lead to the elimination of music, art and physical education on the elementary school level has not been well received in Delaware County.
Carly Mungovan of Delaware was one of eight students who received the 2014 Provost's Student Academic Achievement Award for their outstanding contributions to Miami University's intellectual environment.
“It's changed my life.”That's what one of four “graduates” had to say Wednesday about the Delaware County Common Pleas Court's
A Delaware County sheriff's deputy has been suspended after he used a Taser device on a 72-year-old man twice last month.
The city of Delaware is looking to update its transportation plan next year.
A temporary restraining order has been granted that will prevent the Delaware County Board of Elections from accepting a petition for a merger between Berkshire Township and the village of Galena.
Delaware's Northwest Neighborhood Association is once again sponsoring its “Historic Holiday Home Tour.” The event is scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 6, from 3 to 7 pm.
The Asbury Arts Series will host The Cavani String Quartet, artists in residence at the Cleveland Institute of Music, on Friday, Nov. 21, at 7:30 p.m. at Asbury United Methodist Church, 55. W. Lincoln Ave.
Engineered Materials Systems is a step closer to moving to Innovation Court following unanimous approval by the Delaware City Planning Commission.
American Legion Post 457 in Sunbury has awarded its Post 457 Legionnaire of the Year Award for 2014 to Dan Shaw of Sunbury.
“To me, you are all heroes,” Rob Diamond said at Tuesday morning's Veterans Day ceremony at the Council for Older Adults. “It doesn't matter what you've done, be proud you wore the uniform.”
A case involving a controversial development proposed for Orange Township is set to be heard in Delaware County Common Pleas Court later this month.
A liquor permit for a proposed Speedway gas station/convenience store at 2381 U.S. 23 North was unanimously approved by Delaware City Council on Monday night.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony is set for 2 p.m. Friday for a new 94-unit apartment complex in Delaware – Preserve at Quail Pass By Redwood.
A Coast Guard veteran told the Veterans Day assembly in Powell on Tuesday about breaking rules and saving lives.
A bid by two Berkshire Township residents to stop future annexations into the village of Sunbury is facing a legal challenge.
The Delaware bar scene's Ohio Wesleyan representatives no longer include just students.
The Humane Society of Delaware County is seeking auction item donations and selling tickets to its 15th annual “FurBall Valentine's Dinner and Auction” on Saturday, Feb. 8.
Funding the resurfacing of roads in Delaware could emerge as a long-term problem, according to city officials.
Rae, the little manatee that had been part of a rehabilitation program at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, will soon be reintroduced into the wild, say zoo officials.
Fifty years ago, a group of Delaware residents wanted a sensible way to lose weight.The answer came with a charter for a Delaware chapter of TOPS, a national weight loss program founded in 1948.