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A Delaware County jury took two days to find two Chinese nationals guilty of promoting prostitution and organized crime at three suburban massage parlors they operated, according to The Columbus Dispatch.
After an $8 million renovation project, a building that sat empty for three decades is now the first stop on Ohio Wesleyan University's campus tour for prospective students.
Hayes High School
Hayes High School students, now firmly ensconced in the school's new Hogwarts-style house system, are being encouraged to take advantage of the leadership potential available therein.
Keeping the Delaware City School District's buildings in tiptop shape and making sure students arrive to school safely is a job that's never done.
Delaware County officials are asking for feedback from developers, township leaders and the public as they work to revise a document called vital to the county's growth.
A Delaware man faces multiple misdemeanor charges after police reportedly found him passed out inside an Ohio Wesleyan University building earlier this month.
The event, in which grown men and women battled each other on plastic tricycles relay-style, is a fundraiser for the Delaware Speech and Hearing Center.
Troy Township officials have asked Delaware City Council to reconsider its annexation policy for township property owners who want access to city utilities.
A federal judge ordered a former interim Delaware County sheriff to remain incarcerated while awaiting trial after his arrest on a child-pornography charge last week.
Authorities dealt with two incidents of prisoners attempting to flood jail cells within two weeks at the city of Delaware Justice Center, 70 N. Union St.
A former CEO and president of Delaware County Bank is the county's newest commissioner.
New faces and bigger classes will greet Big Walnut Local School District students when lessons begin this week.
Since 2001, the Delaware Area Career Center has gotten by with renewal tax levies, forgoing increases.