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A classic twist on the story of The Princess and the Pea is on tap at Big Walnut High School this weekend in their production of "Once Upon a Mattress."
The Ohio Supreme Court ruled Monday, March 2, that the Delaware County Board of Elections must reconsider a ballot measure aimed at preventing the creation of a joint economic-development district in Berkshire Township.
The preschool event is held from 11 a.m. to noon Thursdays.
The $56 million project to extend Sawmill Parkway into the city of Delaware is now in Delaware County's hands.
A plan to bring a marijuana production facility to Concord Township has not won fans among Delaware County's law enforcement community.
The backlash against increasingly time-consuming state tests is growing in Ohio schools, and the Delaware City School District is no exception.
Delaware City School District students won't have to worry about making up snow days this year.
A Berkshire Township man turned over a check to the Delaware County Sheriff's Office last month after reporting a possible Craigslist scam.
Main Street Delaware will celebrate First Friday March 6 with the kick-off of a monthlong March for Art.
For more information about Preservation Parks of Delaware County or to register for a program, call 740-524-8600, extension 3 or email register@ preservationparks.com. The offices of Preservation Parks are at 2656 Hogback Road in Sunbury.
The following programs are offered at the Delaware County District Library, 84 E. Winter St. For information, contact delawarelibrary.org or call 740-362-3861.
The following programs are offered at the Community Library, 44 Burrer Drive, Sunbury, unless noted. For information, call 740-965-3901, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit community.lib.oh.us.
Delaware County Habitat for Humanity, orientation session for new volunteers, 6 p.m. March 10 at the Habitat office, 305 Curtis St., Delaware. The meeting will include an overview of Habitat and how volunteers can get involved. Call Linda Warren at 740-363-9950, ext 222.
Randolph Quaye, professor of Black World Studies at Ohio Wesleyan University and director of the OWU Black World Studies program, will discuss "U. S. Policy toward Africa" at the Feb. 27 Great Decisions program at the William Street United Church of Christ. The program, which begins at noon, is free and open to the public.
While Chris Wolverton's research could influence the future of space exploration, the Ohio Wesleyan University botany professor says his focus remains on its more down-to-earth applications.
The Delaware City School District is marking its 25th year of participation in the Reading Recovery program.