Delaware police report:
Although Lutheran Social Services of Central Ohio is little more than halfway through the “Nourishing Our Neighbors” campaign in Delaware County, director of engagement Pam Georgiana said the work is not done.
Delaware's Veterans Memorial Plaza is expected to open on Veterans Day, thanks to funding from several sources.
Two Genoa Township levies on the May ballot face stiff opposition from a group of citizens who say the tax measures are unnecessary.
AMHERST, Ohio — It's not every teenage girl's dream to take her father to the prom. But that's what the family of 19-year-old Sarah Whorton fought for this week — and won.
The brother of Michigan State head football coach and former Ohio State defensive coordinator Mark Dantonio is the first candidate in Delaware County to officially announce his entry into the November general election.
Hayes High School freshman Travis Wolf (seated) attempts to operate an impaired driving simulator while his friend, Demeko Kimes, also a freshman, calls his attention to an upcoming stop sign. The simulator, brought to the school by WBNS-10TV's...
Members of the Sunbury Galena Rotary Club presented Big Walnut school officials with a $1,000 check last week.
The Delaware Support Through Empowerment & Partnership (STEP) organization's free “Bridges out of Poverty” training classes begin Saturday.
It could soon become easier to find out exactly how Delaware County commissioners are spending taxpayer dollars.
Woody, a brown, 6-year-old, 15.2-pound neutered male dachshund joins Flynn, a 18-month-old black & white, 10.5-pound neutered shorthair mixed cat as this week's dog and cat of the Week at the Humane Society of Delaware County located at 4920...
Installation services for Pastor Michael A. Curtis and Sister Rhonda Marie Curtis of Second Baptist Church will be held on Sunday at 4 p.m. at Asbury United Methodist Church, 55 W. Lincoln St.
Big Walnut FFA Alumni members will hold their sixth annual Big Walnut FFA Alumni scrap drive at the high school Saturday and Sunday.
During a promotional ceremony at the fire station last week, members of the BST&G board of trustees and executive staff installed firefighter Kyle Stelzer to the rank of lieutenant and swore in the fire district's first full-time firefighters...
The Greater Galena Civic Association is planning Summerfest 2015 for Saturday, Aug. 22, in the village of Galena. The Summerfest committee is seeking vendors and sponsors.
Delaware police report:
Delaware County's outdoor warning sirens have been repaired and are functioning normally.
The Central Ohio All-Kennel Club will host its annual AKC-licensed all-breed dog show at the Ohio Expo Center in Columbus on Sunday.
A new scholarship this year at the Delaware County Foundation is the James A. Augur Scholarship. The Augur scholarship focuses on graduating seniors pursuing a vocational or technical career path.
Seven films created by Ohio Wesleyan University students enrolled in a documentary filmmaking course will be shown and discussed May 1 at the 11th annual OWU Documentary Film Festival.
A Michigan man who helped rescue a Delaware family trapped in a cheetah pit at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo last weekend said the family was in shock after the rescue.
For the second time in less than two years, voters of Berkshire Township will be tasked with deciding the fate of a measure in connection with a planned outlet-store shopping mall.
Employee contracts were the main discussion item during Monday's Delaware Board of Education meeting.
The Delaware County Prosecutor's Office has confirmed that the village of Galena is responsible for maintaining a cemetery within its borders that Berkshire Township has managed for more than 200 years.
City Council has approved an incentive package to keep Inno-Pak in Delaware.