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The Nithyananda Vedic Temple Ohio will host a Temple Tour & Tea from 2 to 3:30 p.m., Saturday, March 8.
Stratford Ecological Center is at 3083 Liberty Road. For program information or to register, call 740-363-2548.
With Dempsey Middle School's renovations just months away, the Delaware City School District is beginning to plan for the transition of Willis Intermediate School students to Dempsey and the district's five elementary schools.
For more information about Preservation Parks of Delaware County or to register for a program, call 740-524-8600, extension 3. The offices of Preservation Parks are at 2656 Hogback Road in Sunbury.
When designers accepted the challenge of creating a new logo for the city of Delaware, they had plenty to work with.
The Ohio Wesleyan University Department of English and the Strand Theatre will host the 2014 Community Film Series, which opens March 2 with the comedy My Man Godfrey.
Delaware City School District students are becoming better writers thanks to a new pilot program this year.
Elyssa Hurley of Delaware and Taylor Lucey of Galena were named to the Muskingum University dean's list for the fall semester.
The city of Delaware has narrowed down its list of potential dog-park sites to two very different properties.
Medical journalist and author Jean Carper will be inducted into the Ohio Foundation of Independent Colleges (OFIC) Hall of Excellence in April.
Delaware police are searching for a suspect in an early-morning robbery at a downtown Delaware convenience store.
Ohio Wesleyan University officials requested the Delaware Police Department's help last week after a suspect busted out of an OWU boot.
Delaware police arrested two Columbus men last week after they reportedly broke into a residence in Delaware and attacked the occupant. Officers were dispatched early Feb. 19 to a house in the first block of Wootring Street after a burglary that occurred between midnight and 12:45 a.m. was reported.
The snow is melting, the temperature is rising and Sunbury Village Council is analyzing winter damage and preparing for spring.
The days of shutting off the lights and hiding from intruders are over in Delaware schools.