School board talks possible return to all-in instruction

School board talks possible return to all-in instruction

The Delaware City Schools Board of Education discussed what would be necessary to return to all-in education during its meeting Monday.Superintendent ...

February 10th, 2021 |  


7 massasauga rattlesnakes born at zoo

7 massasauga rattlesnakes born at zoo

POWELL — The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium is celebrating another incredible conservation milestone with the birth of seven eastern massasauga rattl...

February 10th, 2021 |  


School staff vaccinated

School staff vaccinated

Nearly 4,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine were given out in Delaware County over the weekend, primarily to K-12 school staff.Thousands of teachers, s...

February 9th, 2021 |  



Things to know while exploring ice, snow

Things to know while exploring ice, snow

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The beauty of a winter wonderland can quickly turn dangerous if outdoor enthusiasts don’t take proper precautions. The Oh...

February 9th, 2021 |  


DPHD: New COVID-19 reporting schedule announced

DPHD: New COVID-19 reporting schedule announced

The Delaware Public Health District has announced a new reporting schedule on the COVID-19 pandemic starting this week.On Mondays there will be a COVI...

February 9th, 2021 |  


Deal in place to refinance YMCA

Deal in place to refinance YMCA

Delaware County Treasurer Michael Ringle announced Feb. 2 that his office will purchase bonds for $2.4 million for Liberty Township to refinance the Y...

February 9th, 2021 |  


Animal hospital eyes Delaware

Animal hospital eyes Delaware

Local pet owners seeking emergency care for their animals may soon have another option in Delaware. A conditional use permit was approved during Wedne...

February 6th, 2021 |  


Fighting for child victims

Fighting for child victims

The Delaware County Prosecutor’s Office has created a new position to solely handle sexual assault cases within the county.Delaware County Prose...

February 6th, 2021 |  


DPHD reporting 81 deaths from COVID-19

DPHD reporting 81 deaths from COVID-19

Three people have died in Delaware County this week due to COVID-19, bringing the total to 81, the Delaware Public Health District announced Friday.Tw...

February 5th, 2021 |  


City talks recycling, refuse changes

City talks recycling, refuse changes

Changes are coming to the city’s recycling program. During Tuesday’s virtual meeting of the City of Delaware Public Works and Public Utili...

February 5th, 2021 |