Orange Township appears to be a hotbed for the development of medical facilities.
Police were saying little Monday about the circumstances surrounding the shooting of a man on Belle Avenue Monday morning.The man has been hospitalized but police refused to disclose his name late Monday afternoon.
A measure to hire a former Delaware County economic development director to fill the same role in Morrow County was put on hold Monday.
Delaware police report:Officers arrested a 20-year-old girl Friday morning just after midnight at a restaurant on Troy Road for underage drinking.
For the first time, the Delaware AAA store partnered with the Delaware County Job and Family Services in a year-long luggage drive for Delaware County foster children.
Ohio Wesleyan University has received a five-year, $505,000 gift commitment from Evan R. and Barbara P. Corns of Pepper Pike, Ohio, to create a new student scholarship and support additional university initiatives.
A grant to help make Delaware residents healthier has been awarded to the Delaware General Health District.
The two campuses of the Delaware Area Career Center will be consolidated at the current South Campus, the center's board has decided.
EDITOR'S NOTE: The Gazette staff has been reviewing local events of the past year and chosen its Top Ten Stories of 2014. Today, we continue our series of stories reviewing the 10 local news events of the past year that we thought were the...
Some local firefighters have taken on a new fight – they are fighting poverty by working to give everyone a bed to sleep in.
EDITOR'S NOTE: The Gazette staff has been reviewing local events of the past year and chosen its Top Ten Stories of 2014. Today, we kick off our series of stories reviewing the 10 local news events of the past year that we thought were the...
Candidates vying to represent Delaware County in the Ohio Legislature, for the most part, emptied their campaign war chests in the days leading up to the Nov. 4 election.
Delaware City Council will vote on a 2015 budget, expanding two schools and the historic overlay district at its last meeting of the year on Monday.
If you live in Sunbury, you now have to remove your vehicle from the street when snowfalls exceed three inches.
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.
Bret Davis of Delaware County, a board member of the Ohio Soybean Association and Ohio Soybean Council, was recently elected to the executive committee of the American Soybean Association and one of four ASA vice presidents.
Serious about attending the Sugar Bowl? Then make sure you aren't getting suckered on your seats.
24-year-old Casey Ream, an employee of Arrow Advertising, struck a pose, while spinning and dancing with a business sign – and also while trying to get the attention of Delaware motorists – in the light snowfall and cold wind on South...
Influenza-like illness is now widespread throughout Ohio, and the numbers of associated hospitalizations are increasing rapidly, state health officials say.
Delaware police report:
Herriet, a 6.1-pound, 20-month-old spayed female domestic shorthair muted Calico cat, and Savannah, a 5-year-old spayed female tri-color beagle mix, are the pets of the week – available for adoption at the Humane Society of Delaware County...
For the sixth consecutive year, Ohio Wesleyan University students are being recognized for their service to others with inclusion on the 2014 President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.
The city of Powell wants a court to advise it on how to proceed with a charter amendment passed by voters last month.
The Delaware Community Chorus will present its holiday concert, “The Best Time of the Year,” at 3 and 5 p.m. Sunday in St. Peter's Episcopal Church, 45 W. Winter St.
After last month's defeat of a ballot measure to upgrade Buckeye Valley elementary schools, school officials vowed to take their time and get input from the community before going back to voters.
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