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A Lewis Center man died Thursday, May 26, in a one-vehicle crash near Delaware’s city limits.
* Mary Ervin of Lewis Center graduated cum laude May 1 from Marietta College with bachelor's degrees in advertising and public marketing and in marketing.
The Delaware County District Library will hold a summer reading program, "Ready. Set. Read!," to give students 18 and younger a chance to track reading progress for prizes and attend programs.
Two young entrepreneurs with central Ohio ties are hoping a wider audience soon will appreciate Sech's appeal.
The developers behind the massive Evans Farm community planned in Berlin and Orange townships expect the first residents will move in and first shops will open in summer 2017.
A report critical of the leadership of Liberty Township's fire chief ignores the "obvious political and personal motivations" that led to the investigation, according to a response filed earlier this month by the chief's attorney.
Olentangy Local School District students will have to spend a little more change on their lunch next school year.
Delaware County Sheriff's deputies responded to two theft reports at the same Orange Township construction site in the same week earlier this month.
Bargain hunters, rejoice: Delaware County's Tanger Factory Outlet Center finally has an opening date.
Worthington Libraries and the city of Columbus announced last week the city would purchase 4 acres of library land to add a new police substation on the city's north side.
Officials with Delaware County's park district are eschewing bright, plastic equipment in favor of sticks, stones and other "messy materials" at new natural play areas at four parks.
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Clara Nemeth, a sixth-grader at Shanahan Middle School, placed eighth in the 13 and Under Western Pleasure at the 2016 Nutrena East American Quarter Horse Association Level 1 Championships on May 7 in Raleigh, North Carolina.
* Sean Avner of Delaware and Sheila Messina of Powell recently graduated from Ohio Christian University.
* Powell students recently awarded $2,500 from the National Merit Scholarship Corp. are Melissa Gu and Hanley Ma of Olentangy Liberty High School.
The following programs are offered at the Orange branch of the Delaware County District Library, 7171 Gooding Blvd. Library hours are 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday; 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday; 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday; and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday. Contact delawarelibrary.org or call 740-549-2665.
Liberty Township's fire chief will face a disciplinary hearing after an investigator filed a report that challenged his fitness to lead the township's fire department.
Rates jump for heavy consumers
Upcoming water-rate hikes by Del-Co Water Co. are expected to curb excessive usage and fund needed upgrades to facilities and infrastructure.
While the concept of shared parking has led to disputes among Powell businesses in the past, city officials see it as key to the potential success of neighboring commercial developments planned on West Olentangy Street.
The Delaware County Sheriff's Office arrested a Columbus man and an Orange Township teen on felony robbery charges after they reportedly stole a hoverboard from a 10-year-old boy earlier this month.