The historic Orange Road Bridge likely will be saved, but not in its original location spanning the Olentangy River.
Each spring, I eagerly await the emergence of the first woodland wildflowers.
A Powell woman who hired a contractor to finish the basement of her home in the 200 block of Bluff Ridge Court said she was the victim of a scam.
Heavy traffic on Sawmill Parkway makes it dangerous to turn in or out of the Bainbridge Mills neighborhood, residents say.
A Liberty Township resident says officials slapped him with a hefty fine for making business calls from his house.
Delaware artist Mary Morrison will celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Delaware Arts Festival with her 22nd appearance at the show.
Olentangy Local School District officials say the district could be funded for three more years, despite a recent turnaround in state-funding hopes.
Seven Olentangy Local School District seniors were named among the nation's academic elite this year as finalists in the 58th National Merit Scholarship Program.
They may seem scary, with their leathery wings, sharp teeth and preference for the darkest hours of the night.
Three Powell neighborhoods will see road repairs this year.
Olentangy Local School District officials say the district will save big by striking deals with seven employees who will retire and be rehired by the district.
Orange Township residents will see a 1.5-mill renewal park levy on the Nov. 5 ballot following a decision by township trustees Monday, May 6.
When American forces embedded in Vietnam's A Shau Valley ran low on supplies in spring 1968, an officer scheduled several supply runs to be led by Air Force pilot Lt. Col. Louis Gale.
All three Olentangy high schools are among the best -- and most challenging -- in the state, according to new rankings recently released by two national publications.
Bruce Miller loved youth sports.
Zach Thomson got his first set of golf clubs when he was 3 years old.
The Liberty Township Powell YMCA, 7798 N. Liberty Road, will host an open house from noon to 6 p.m. on Monday, May 27, Memorial Day.
Property worth $1,000 was stolen during a burglary between 9 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. April 29 at a residence in the 3800 block of Stoneway Point, Powell police said.
For kids, summertime is a chance to relax, ride bikes and soak up the sun.
After nearly eight years in business, Luce has been sold.
Voters rejected a proposal Tuesday, May 5, that would have expanded Powell City Council’s right to meet privately.
Services for Delaware County’s senior citizens and disabled residents will be preserved after voters heartily backed two levies on the Primary Election ballot Tuesday, May 7.
This year’s winners in The Martys, an editorial contest for Central Ohio’s high school journalists, were announced last week.
Four Olentangy school board members denied wrongdoing after fellow board member Adam White filed suit claiming they violated Ohio's open-meetings laws with a series of phone calls and emails last fall.
Alexis Good of Lewis Center has received a Wolfe Study Abroad award from the Ohio State University Office of International Affairs.
A new park planned for Powell could include the city's first dog park.
In 2000, Martha Sampson was driving when another motorist fell asleep at the wheel, veered across lanes and struck her head-on.
Orange Township Zoning Inspector Tom Farahay will decide if an adult-oriented hotel can be built in the township near several places that attract children and families.
For most high school students, it's hard enough to fit in and pass algebra.
A Powell man who attempted to arrange a sexual encounter with who he thought was a 10-year-old girl will spend five years in jail and will be labeled a sex offender for life.
The grass football field at Olentangy Orange High School will be replaced with synthetic turf this summer thanks to a funding deal struck with the school's athletic booster group last week.
The pie fight is set for 3:30 p.m.
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.
Residents can work out for free this weekend at Koko FitClub, 4024 Powell Road, and contribute toward the club's charitable efforts at the same time.
Four Olentangy school board members denied wrongdoing after fellow board member Adam White filed suit claiming they violated Ohio’s open-meetings laws with a series of phone calls and emails last fall.
Assurance that traffic-calming measures will be installed pacified some residents as Powell City Council approved a preliminary development plan for the extension of Murphy Parkway last week.
In 2005, Olentangy was a district with 9,700 students and 12 buildings that received about $7 million in state funding.
A proposal to expand the rights of Powell City Council to discuss matters privately is backed by all but one member of council.
Olentangy Local School District officials expressed disappointment after their district's funding hopes were dashed by Ohio lawmakers last week.
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