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Staff: Levy is instrumental in Delaware's schools

Delaware City School District teachers consider the district's permanent-improvement levy essential to their work.

With Sunbury out, city's share in JEDD increases

Delaware stands to get an increased share of income-tax revenue from a planned Berkshire Township outlet mall after Sunbury dropped out of negotiations on a Joint Economic Development District.

Man charged with trafficking after drugs sicken Delaware students

The Delaware County Drug Task Force on Thursday, Oct. 16, arrested a man who allegedly trafficked in drugs that put two Hayes High School students in the hospital.

Delaware man dies in one-vehicle crash

A Delaware man was pronounced dead at the scene of a one-vehicle crash Monday, Oct. 13, in Delaware Township.

State funds a question mark as district looks ahead

Delaware City School District leaders say they attempt to be conservative when budgeting for the future.
Police beat

Delaware: Driver hits cyclist on OWU campus, leaves scene

Delaware police arrested a Columbus man last week after he allegedly hit a woman with his car on Ohio Wesleyan University's campus, knocking her from her bicycle.

House District 67 candidates differ on education

Both candidates for the 67th District seat in the Ohio House of Representatives stress the importance of improving the state's public education system, but they have wildly divergent plans regarding it.

Delaware man dies in one-car crash

A Delaware man was pronounced dead at the scene of a one-vehicle crash Monday, Oct. 13, in Delaware Township.

Hot on the trail

The hikes are put on by Preservation Parks and are held twice a month in the fall and spring.

District hopes campaign gets point across

The Delaware City School District's levy campaign is a quiet, straightforward affair -- but that doesn't mean the levy isn't vital, the campaign's co-chairman says.

Ohio Wesleyan's ready for some (pro) football

Ohio Wesleyan University hopes to see some orange and brown on its campus in the near future alongside the Battling Bishops' traditional red and black.
Delaware County board of commissioners

Candidates stress transparency, development

Both candidates in the race for a seat on the Delaware County board of commissioners have stressed their civility and ability to compromise in the leadup to the Nov. 4 election.
Police beat

Delaware: Man commits suicide at county fairgrounds

Delaware police found the body of a Morrow County man at the Delaware County Fairgrounds, 236 Pennsylvania Ave., after receiving a report of a suicide earlier this month.

Schools make sure third-graders are ready for tests

Delaware City School District teachers and administrators are conducting early intervention to make sure no third-graders fail the Ohio Achievement Assessment this year.

DCDL opens 'little' libraries

The Delaware County District Library has joined a national campaign to promote reading for children, literacy for adults, a sense of community and libraries around the world by establishing four Little Free Libraries in Alum Creek and Delaware state parks.

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