A group of Delaware Area Career Center students will be heading to California in May to participate in a national business competition.
Delaware County's search for someone to lead its economic development department will soon be kicked into high gear.
Carl Hart, associate professor of psychology at Columbia University, will discuss “High Price: Promoting Social Justice Through a Neuropsychopharmacology Lens” at 7 p.m. April 8 when he presents Ohio Wesleyan University's 2015...
The Friends of the Delaware County District Library will hold a bargain book fair on April 10 and 11 in the garage at the Orange branch library, 7171 Gooding Blvd.
Several organizations will be gathering tonight to host an event benefiting several women rescued from massage parlors in Powell and Franklin County in January.
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The Olentangy school board will hold a special meeting Tuesday to begin the process of firing an elementary school teacher facing rape charges.
Methodist Theological School in Ohio has appointed Ryan Schellenberg assistant professor of New Testament. He will join the MTSO faculty July 1.
A presentation on U.S. 42 and three public hearings highlight tonight's City Council meeting.
Don Serubbi poses with his dogs, Zoe and Chloe, and Brooke Karshner, a Champion Feed and Pet Supply employee, Friday afternoon. Zoe and Chloe were the winners of 2015 Cutest Pet Contest and received a $50 prize. The contest is sponsored by Champion...
Ohio Wesleyan University will host “An Afternoon of Opera and Broadway” April 19, featuring accomplished vocalists John and Nancy Shuffle and acclaimed pianist Charles Manning.
Olentangy Local Schools will “move quickly” to fire an elementary school teacher accused of raping students and will conduct its own investigation of the matter, according to the school board president.
The entrance to the Delaware County commissioners' office is not befitting the nature of the historic building, according to Commissioner Barb Lewis.
The Delaware County Probate/Juvenile Court has updated its website to create a more user-friendly experience that court officials hope will make the legal system easier to navigate.
Actor-turned-musician Drake Bell, best known for his starring role in Nickelodeon's “Drake & Josh,” will perform Saturday at Ohio Wesleyan University's first “Bishop Bash.”
A five-kilometer run to promote pet adoption awareness and to benefit the Humane Society of Delaware County will begin at 10 a.m. Sunday, March 29, at Liberty Park in Powell.
Oberfields LLC of Delaware was awarded five design awards from the Ohio Masonry Association Wednesday evening at its annual Design Awards Banquet.
Editor's note: The Gazette's weekly “Teen of the Week” feature, sponsored by Ohio Wesleyan University, recognizes top high school seniors from around Delaware County.
Extreme interpretations of Islam are to blame for the conflicts in the Middle East, said R. Blake Michael, professor of religion at Ohio Wesleyan University.
Hayes High School's Symphonic Band has qualiﬁed for the ﬁnal competition of the concert season.
From left to right, Myiah Grossman, Chloe Barton and Baylen Moore, eighth-grade French students at Dempsey Middle School, prepare crepes to serve to seventh-grade students during Dempsey's foreign language fair Thursday afternoon. Eighth-graders...
As part of the Ohio Department of Transportation's ongoing “North Side Fix,” a road along U.S. 23 will close starting Monday.
Delaware County sheriff's deputies say they have gathered more evidence from the home of an Olentangy elementary school teacher accused of rape.
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A homeless man was in jail Friday after allegedly threatening a group of juveniles with a knife Thursday.