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Stick-to-itiveness

Nixed zoning request won't stop Dominion

Although a Berlin Township board rejected its rezoning request last week, Dominion Homes officials said the company still plans to build homes on a property off Africa Road.

Hayes will cut lunch periods to two after facelift

The growing student body at Hayes High School could have necessitated five daily lunch periods next school year.

Delaware egg hunt set for Saturday

While 8,000 eggs may sound like a lot, residents probably should plan on getting to the city of Delaware's Easter egg hunt early anyway.
Winter to remember

Salt use, overtime break records in Delaware, Powell

A consistently cold and snowy winter led to some of the heftiest bills for salt and overtime in the history of the cities of Delaware and Powell.
Police beat

Delaware: Police report possible arson at OWU dorm

Delaware police and fire officials are investigating a possible case of arson on Ohio Wesleyan University's campus.

Mumps continues spread across Delaware County, central Ohio

A mumps outbreak believed to have started at Ohio State University continued to spread throughout central Ohio last week.

Teacher evaluation process may change again

The latest version of Senate Bill 229 has some Delaware City School District leaders concerned.
A walk in the park

Sounds of spring precede visual clues

If you want to know spring is here, don't look first for the tree leaves or the woodland wildflowers. Don't look for baby birds or wait for balmy breezes.

Honoring brothers in arms

Sunbury council receives petition to annex 183 acres

Sunbury Village Council has approved a mandatory resolution outlining municipal services available to a potential annexed property. It was the second such resolution this spring.
NCAA championships

Crowds could be economic boon for Delaware

Ohio Wesleyan University will bring some of the best athletes in the country to central Ohio in May when it hosts the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships.
Delaware City Schools

Officials hope to replace 20-year-old phone system

An antiquated 20-year-old phone system will be retired to make way for a new, easier-to-use system.
Delaware City Schools

Improvement levy renewal expected on fall ballot

Delaware City School District taxpayers will see a levy renewal option on the ballot in November.

County offers more-convenient IDs to veterans

Delaware County has a new program intended to give veterans a convenient way to prove they served.
Police beat

Deputies arrest suspect in multiple thefts

A Mansfield man sought by city of Delaware and Delaware County authorities for allegedly stealing electronics from local retail stores was arrested recently by Delaware County Sheriff's deputies.

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