Delaware County commissioners could take a major step toward construction of a new court facility today.
Delaware's Miracle Twins are turning 60.
The Delaware County Engineer's Office hopes to update a 2009 study on the feasibility of an interchange on Interstate 71 near Big Walnut Road.
Planned improvements for Veterans Park are taking shape in the form of a dinosaur-themed playground.
Watercraft enthusiasts will be able to paddle the Olentangy River through the city of Delaware, thanks to three hand-powered boat access points to be constructed.
Galena Village Council has elected Dave Adams to his third year as council president.
Central Ohio fresh-food lovers have a range of opportunities to invest in community-supported agriculture through Seminary Hill Farm in 2015.
The Delaware County Foundation is accepting scholarship applications from graduating high school seniors from throughout the county.
A Columbus man accused of running massage parlors that offered sexual services pleaded not guilty Wednesday in Delaware County Common Pleas Court.
Delaware police report:A jacket was hanging unattended in a common area at Ohio Wesleyan University and a pack of cigarettes, gloves and a checkbook were stolen from it Monday morning.
Several area students completed their Ashland (Ohio) University degree requirements after the fall 2014 semester. They include:
Preservation Parks of Delaware County has several programs coming up.Participants must register for this program:
This week students at Willis Intermediate School will participate in National Kindness Week to try and spread a positive attitude and outlook across the school.
A city police officer has been recognized by Delaware City Council for helping a homeless family.
In preparation for the 150th anniversary of the United Methodist Women in 2019, Methodist Theological School in Ohio will host a conference May 28-30, with the theme “United Methodist Women's History: Voices Lost &...
It appears as though Delaware County commissioners are leaning against any major changes to their employees' health care plans in 2016.
The Center for Disability Empowerment has scheduled its second meeting for a transportation advocacy group in Columbus to address local, regional and state transportation issues that impact people with disabilities.
Several area students have been named to Ashland (Ohio) University's dean's list for the fall 2014 semester.They include:
Central Ohio will soon not have to make the trek down Interstate 71 to shop at the world's leading home furnishings retailer.
Delaware County Sheriff's Office reports:A flat-screen TV was stolen from a residence on South Section Line Road in Concord Township Friday.
A reportedly well-financed group calling itself ResponsibleOhio plans to collect enough signatures to place a measure on the November ballot to legalize the use of marijuana for both medicinal and recreational purposes.
This year's theme for National Catholic Schools Week is “Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service,” which will be reflected by events at St. Mary School.
Delaware County and the rest of central Ohio found itself buried in snow Monday after a snowstorm that began Sunday afternoon and continued into Monday morning caused school cancellations and traffic delays.
A Delaware man convicted of stabbing and injuring a former Ohio Wesleyan University student was sentenced to six years in state prison Monday morning.
Delaware police report:The Arts Castle reported Sunday that someone broke into the building overnight Saturday and had stolen several items. Police are investigating.
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