OhioHealth has announced leadership changes at three of its hospitals, including Grady Memorial Hospital in Delaware.
Ohio Wesleyan University has received a five-year $750,000 gift commitment from a parent couple to support the university's ongoing efforts to renew its student housing.
Olentangy Local Schools currently has an enrollment of more than 19,000 students, and could add between 2,000 to 4,000 more students in the next decade.
Delaware County commissioners could be short-handed for about a month.
The Delaware County Bank & Trust Co. has announced the following promotions and new hires:
“The thing about making soap is nothing is wrong,” says Sue Scott, executive director of Safe Harbor Peer Support Services. “If you don't like how one turns out, you can remelt it and make it new,”
“Once it gets in, it doesn't get out,” author Charles Powell told those attending a rally in Orange Township on Saturday to protest a proposed “adults-only” hotel.
FEMA has awarded $300,000 to Delaware County for the construction of two community safe rooms at the Delaware State Park – for protection from tornadoes.
Ohio Wesleyan University has announced its December 2014 lineup of public events:
Ohio's 12th annual youth white-tailed deer hunting season gives young hunters the opportunity to pursue the state's most popular big-game animal on Nov. 22-23, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.
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.
Delaware's Conger Elementary School has a lot to be proud of, according to research done in connection with the school's reading proficiency.
The third annual “Fall Fling Vendor Fair” will take place at a new location Sunday, but will still benefit the Women's City Club of Delaware.
Next week, Delaware Bible Church will be collecting shoeboxes filled with gifts for needy children around the world.
Buckeye Valley East Elementary was recently named a “School of Promise” by the Ohio Department of Education.
Delaware County commissioners have given their blessing for the creation of a tax incentive zone that could pave the way for an Amazon data center.
Main Street Delaware's 2014 Christmas parade entry forms are now available.The 28th annual Christmas Parade will step off at 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 23, from Mingo Park and continue downtown on Sandusky Street.
Ryan Homan and Arabella Goodrich, both 2014 graduates of Big Walnut High School, were recently named recipients of the Community Library Foundation's Junior Friends Community Service Award.
Garrett Koehler graduated from Big Walnut High School in 2008, followed by a bachelor of science degree in atmospheric science from Cornell University in 2012.
Sunbury police are looking at replacing 8-year-old computers in their cruisers.
Sunbury's 33rd annual Christmas on the Square celebration is scheduled for 5:30 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 6.
An 85-year-old Delaware man who admitted falling asleep at the wheel of his car on Sept. 18 and caused the deaths of a Marion couple has pleaded no contest to two counts of vehicular manslaughter in Delaware Municipal Court.
Former Delaware County Republican Party official Joe Clase, 33, of Delaware, has entered a plea of not guilty in connection with a third charge of criminal trespassing in Delaware County.
Like most people, Delaware city officials are hoping this winter will be a mild one.
Delaware County has selected an architectural firm to provide design services on a new building that will house the county's common pleas court.