Police officers in Sunbury soon could be using state-of-the-art miniature video cameras to record everything from traffic stops to the handling of criminal complaints such as domestic violence calls.
Changes in top leadership continue in the Big Walnut Local School District, with Angie Pollock moving into the assistant superintendent position and a Delaware schools administrator named to replace high school Principal Stephen Fujii.
Delaware city officials are asking for the community's support in creating a new memorial to honor veterans.
Do you think kids are stressed out more today than in previous generations? The answer, unfortunately, is yes. Studies have shown increases in stress, anxiety and depression as compared to a generation ago.
A proposed 50-50 cost-sharing agreement for a portion of the planned Sawmill Parkway extension was met with some skepticism by Delaware City Council last week.
Hats will be flying in Delaware next weekend as the class of 2013 hits the road toward their next stop.
The Delaware City School District is moving full speed ahead now that its bond issue has received the public's support.
Delaware police responded to a slew of burglaries during the first half of May.
Stratford Ecological Center is at 3083 Liberty Road.
The Porter-Kingston Fire District and the Council for Older Adults were recipients of $2,500 donations, thanks to farmer James Thorpe and America's Farmers Grow Communities.
The Delaware City School District's bond issue passed easily Tuesday, May 7, with the wide margin of victory surprising district leaders.
Three Delaware households lost electronics and other property to thieves in recent burglaries.
Services for Delaware County's senior citizens and disabled residents will be preserved after voters heartily backed two levies on the ballot Tuesday, May 7.
Each spring, I eagerly await the emergence of the first woodland wildflowers.
Delaware artist Mary Morrison will celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Delaware Arts Festival with her 22nd appearance at the show.
For more information about Preservation Parks of Delaware County or to register for a program, call 740-524-8600, ext. 3, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The offices of Preservation Parks are at 2656 Hogback Road in Sunbury.
Registration is under way for Preservation Parks' summer camps for children ages 7 to 10. Fees range from $80 to $110 for a weeklong session.
Main Street Delaware recently announced its 2013 Design Awards during a May 8 ceremony at Ohio Wesleyan University's Richard M. Ross Art Museum.
Carlisle Elementary School soon will welcome a new principal who comes with a background in literacy and a lifelong dream of being an educator.
The Alum Creek State Park dog park closed briefly Friday, May 10, after a dog allegedly was diagnosed with the canine parvo virus after a visit there.
The Delaware City School District’s bond issue passed easily Tuesday, May 7, with the wide margin of victory surprising district leaders.
Officials with a Delaware County agency that supports disabled residents say its funding woes can be traced back to federal cuts and a lagging economy.
Around the country, community members, parents and students are celebrating those who teach children in the classroom.
A police academy for Delaware children can open the door to years of opportunities for kids interested in law enforcement.
Ohio Wesleyan University will celebrate its 169th commencement ceremony at 1 p.m. Sunday, May 12, in Phillips Glen, outside Phillips Hall, 50 S. Henry St.
Joshua Mosley Jr., 18, was arrested Thursday night, May 2, by Delaware police after he allegedly shot another teenager on the playground of Woodward Elementary School, police reports said.
The Delaware General Health District has announced that 1,250 Delaware County households will be surveyed in the coming weeks about health and lifestyle.
Local residents can dispose of used appliances, computers and cellphones on Saturday, May 11, at Sims Recycling in Delaware.
Sunbury Village Council members unanimously approved an ordinance Wednesday, May 1, to advertise for bids to install either a copper roof or coated galvanized-steel roof on the historic Town Hall this summer.
Ohio Wesleyan University recently was named one of the most environmentally responsible colleges in the United States and Canada, according to The Princeton Review's Guide to 322 Green Colleges.
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