Grady gets top marks in study

Grady gets top marks in study

Delaware’s OhioHealth Grady Memorial Hospital continues to earn top marks in The Leapfrog Group’s hospital safety grades. The self-proclai...

November 25th, 2022 |  


Big Walnut officials talk finances

Big Walnut officials talk finances

SUNBURY — Big Walnut Local School District’s new treasurer gave his first five-year forecast during last week’s Board of Education m...

November 25th, 2022 |  


Columbus Zoo mourning loss of bonobo

Columbus Zoo mourning loss of bonobo

POWELL — The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium is mourning the loss of Lady, a 40-year-old bonobo, who drew much-needed attention to her endangered spec...

November 23rd, 2022 |  



Ohioans reminded todrive responsibly overThanksgiving weekend

Ohioans reminded todrive responsibly overThanksgiving weekend

COLUMBUS, Ohio — As Ohioans and our visitors make their way to see family and friends this Thanksgiving, troopers will be making sure motorists ...

November 23rd, 2022 |  


Community comes together for Pacer Fest

Community comes together for Pacer Fest

The Pacer Spirit Committee held its second event Monday night — Winter Pacer Fest — and cheered on students participating in winter sports...

November 23rd, 2022 |  


Care packages sought by Genoa PD

Care packages sought by Genoa PD

GALENA — The Genoa Township Police Department is requesting care packages for two of its members who are stationed overseas for the holidays.Pol...

November 22nd, 2022 |  


Keeping food scraps out of landfill

Keeping food scraps out of landfill

Keep Delaware County Beautiful, a coalition led by the Delaware Public Health District, announced Friday the start up of a brand new program aimed at ...

November 22nd, 2022 |  


Wheeler recognized for service

Wheeler recognized for service

Longtime resident of the city of Delaware, Windell Wheeler was recognized by the Delaware County Board of Elections for his service to voters of the c...

November 22nd, 2022 |  


Fuller looking forward to next term

Fuller looking forward to next term

Delaware County Domestic Relations Judge Randall Fuller, who was reelected earlier this month, said Monday he’s thankful for the support as he h...

November 22nd, 2022 |  


COVID-19 level low in Delaware County

COVID-19 level low in Delaware County

The Delaware Public Health District’s latest COVID-19 update said the current community level is low.The update, which appears in the district&#...

November 22nd, 2022 |