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The Delaware General Health District now offers free naloxone kits as part of an effort to combat opioid overdoses in the community.
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Delaware County resident Denise M. Martin was named to the Delaware County District Library board of trustees in July after the resignation of Lori Saviers earlier this summer.
Even a tornado couldn't spoil Ironman's debut triathlon in central Ohio.
A couple who met and found success as entrepreneurs in Uptown Westerville have launched their first joint venture in downtown Delaware.
An early-morning traffic stop in the city of Delaware earlier this month led to the discovery of multiple stolen credit cards.
A well-traveled intersection in southern Delaware County could take on a new look within a year.
Kindergartner Callie Nieter, 5, grabs mom Samantha Nieter's hand as they prepare to cross Winter Street on the first day of class Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2016 at Conger Elementary School.
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Skyler Foos of Ostrander recently was awarded a $2,000 scholarship from the Delaware County Master Gardener Association.
The Delaware General Health District is seeking volunteers to help collect trash in the Olentangy River from 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 27, and the Scioto River from 9 a.m. to noon Sept. 24.
Sunbury Golf Course site
After months of deliberation from the Sunbury planning and zoning commission and Village Council, the village officially has approved GCR Development's application to rezone the land formerly home to the Sunbury Golf Course.
Delaware city officials are looking for a new group to keep the tradition of a downtown car show alive after learning the annual Blast from the Past will not return next year.
Delaware City Council will give a tax break to a company that aims to attract at least 28 new full-time employees to a planned building in the city's industrial park.
Delaware police officers investigated two possible cases of arson on the same morning earlier this month, but did not identify suspects in either case.