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October is a magnificent month for stargazing. Many of the summer objects are still visible in the early evening. Most notable is the summer Milky... [Read More]
As the Nov. 6 midterm election approaches and with early voting well underway, the Delaware County Board of Elections has implemented a new layer of... [Read More]
The Delaware County branch of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Ohio, along with more than 270 Big Brothers Big Sisters affiliates across the country,... [Read More]
We were on our knees, having our morning prayer together when I heard the tingle, tingle of a bell."What could it be?" I wondered. As... [Read More]
At Wednesday's meeting, the Powell Planning and Zoning Commission listened to and discussed a preliminary development plan for a subdivision that wou... [Read More]
Olentangy Liberty senior standout Gracie Sprankle picked up an individual conference crown while Olentangy Orange won the team title at Saturday's OC... [Read More]
The Olentangy girls soccer team had to wait 375 days to get a chance at redemption and 11 days longer than it initially thought.Senior Sydney... [Read More]
Last year's summer blockbuster "Wonder Woman" helped introduce a new generation of little girls, like Delaware 5-year-old Kiera Cheatham,... [Read More]
If you wanted to find a glimpse at what life looked like in 1851, where would you look? Historical books dive deep into specific issues.... [Read More]
Friday, Oct. 19, is the deadline to submit applications under the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) with the USDA's Natural Resources C... [Read More]
Students and faculty at Shanahan Middle School in Lewis Center were treated to a unique experience as the Stanley Cup made a visit to the... [Read More]
Andrew King, a prosecutor in the Civil Division of the Delaware County Prosecutor's Office, was recently honored and given the "Community Servi... [Read More]
The Olentangy Liberty football team took advantage of a couple mistakes by rival Olentangy, building a three-touchdown lead before holding off a late rally... [Read More]
Zach Garber ran for 266 yards and two touchdowns and the defense allowed just 58 yards of total offense to lead the Buckeye Valley football... [Read More]
After starting the season 4-0, the Delaware Hayes football team came into its Week 7 matchup against host Thomas Worthington playing for its playoff lives. [Read More]
This week is Stormwater Awareness Week and you can be the change for clean water! On average we receive about 37 inches of rainfall each... [Read More]
"The decision is jarring, and not just for its effect on ICWA, but because this is the first time ever that a federal statute enacted... [Read More]
Many of the local candidates running for office in the Nov. 6 general election attended Harlem Township's Civic Association candidate night Wednesday... [Read More]
Changes to bag and size limits for fish in certain bodies of water were among the regulations approved by the Ohio Wildlife Council... [Read More]
Residents of Genoa Township are being invited to visit their local police department, which would be replaced if voters approve a property tax bond levy... [Read More]
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