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Delaware County officials last week continued their push to demolish a historic building in downtown Delaware, telling city officials it stands in the way of the construction of a new, multimillion-dollar courthouse.
Students not only are eradicating invasive alien species from the Dempsey Middle School wetlands, they're also learning skills for the workplace.
Cooper, a Morrow County resident, has worked for the stables for about six months. The 2014 Delaware County Fair runs Sept. 13-20.
The Delaware County Sheriff's Office hopes a new online registration system will make it easier for residents to obtain or renew concealed-carry permits.
Missionaries serving in Macau, China, will speak to Central Community Baptist Church members and others at 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 30.
The Harlem High School Alumni Association and Harlem Township Heritage hope to raise awareness of the former Harlem Township schools by building a memorial in Center Village's Community Park.
A man claiming to be a Delaware County Sheriff's deputy has been attempting to scam the county's senior citizens out of money, according to law enforcement officials.
A makeshift explosive device was discovered on a Delaware street less than three months after a similar device was found a block away.
Sunbury United Methodist Church, 100 W. Cherry St., Sunbury, is collecting adults' and children's clothing for a clothing giveaway set for 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 9.
The Council for Older Adults is seeking volunteers to provide transportation assistance to Delaware County residents age 60 and older.
For more information about Preservation Parks of Delaware County or to register for a program, call 740-524-8600, extension 3 or email email@example.com.
The Council for Older Adults has announced a new funding initiative intended to promote innovative and original means of supporting older adults in Delaware County.
Delaware's police chief said he views a former military vehicle recently acquired by the department as a defensive tool, not a weapon.
* The Board of Delaware County Commissioners has announced plans to appoint a resident of the Concord-Scioto area to fill an unexpired term on the seven-member Concord-Scioto Community Authority Board of Trustees.
Delaware City Council approved an iron foundry's expansion last week while promising to look into solutions for what some locals call "the Delaware stench."