Rejuvenating city wetlands

Rejuvenating city wetlands

In recognition of Earth Day 2021, which takes place Thursday, April 22, the City of Delaware Department of Public Utilities and Department of Parks an...

April 20th, 2021 |  


Young author shares experiences

Young author shares experiences

An Ohio author spoke to Delaware Online Academy students Friday and used the story of getting his book published to encourage students to work hard an...

April 20th, 2021 |  


ODH: Over 100,000 in Delaware County vaccinated

ODH: Over 100,000 in Delaware County vaccinated

The Ohio Department of Health’s Vaccination Dashboard said 102,798 Delaware County residents have started on the coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine....

April 19th, 2021 |  



OWU exhibit set to debut

OWU exhibit set to debut

The uniqueness of their artwork and the extraordinary conditions under which it was created has inspired “Unprecedented,” this year’...

April 17th, 2021 |  


Terra Alta clubhouse coming soon

Terra Alta clubhouse coming soon

More development is set to come to the Terra Alta subdivision as Delaware City Council approved the final development plan and subdivision plat for th...

April 17th, 2021 |  


Johnson named university’s new HR director

Johnson named university’s new HR director

Ohio Wesleyan University has appointed Imogene Gregory Johnson as OWU’s director of human resources. A 1980 Ohio Wesleyan graduate, Johnson has ...

April 17th, 2021 |  


Camp Canopy sponsorship available

Camp Canopy sponsorship available

Attention Delaware County high school students! If you are looking for an awesome, outdoor, adventure-filled experience this summer, consider Camp Can...

April 17th, 2021 |  


BV board approves construction projects

BV board approves construction projects

The Buckeye Valley Board of Education signed off on several contracts Wednesday, setting the stage for construction to begin on improvements to the hi...

April 16th, 2021 |  


Mayor: Levy is investment in city

Mayor: Levy is investment in city

On May 4, Powell residents will have their say on the city’s proposed tax rate increase, which would restructure the city’s tax rates for ...

April 16th, 2021 |  


Local quarry leaving no stone unturned

Local quarry leaving no stone unturned

Residents of Delaware’s western and southwestern communities have grown all too familiar with the booming blasts that occur in the National Lime...

April 15th, 2021 |