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The future of three ballot issues aimed at curbing multifamily housing development in Powell is in question after dual rulings by the Delaware County Board of Elections and Powell City Council in the last two weeks.
Olentangy schools will give 2 percent raises to its administrators, bus drivers and non-union classified employees next school year, despite the objections of one board member.
Delaware County Recorder Melissa Jordan announced last week a second firm has been offering overpriced copies of deeds to county residents.
Delaware County Sheriff's deputies arrested a man after he allegedly displayed a gun during an argument at a Berlin Township business.
The goal of a career center is to hone the skills of the next generation of workers.
It's still August, but Trinity All-Stars owner Kelly Winbigler already has Christmas on her mind.
Delaware County Sheriff’s deputies are trying to piece together clues from a recent series of thefts and arsons involving propane tanks to determine if the incidents are related.
For more information about Preservation Parks of Delaware County or to register for a program, call 740-524-8600, extension 3 or email register@ preservationparks.com. The offices of Preservation Parks are at 2656 Hogback Road in Sunbury.
A nearly $8 million project to widen state Route 750 near the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium will move forward thanks to financial support from the city of Powell and Liberty Township.
Powell officials said last week they needed more time before they could vote on the validity of petitions aimed at blocking the development of an apartment complex near the city's downtown.
Many Powell residents place heavy traffic among their top complaints about the city.
Delaware County ambulance
Delaware County's chief of emergency medical services says an ambulance upgraded to better serve obese people is "a regional asset."
Less than a month after the district approved a contract extension and raise for its teachers, Olentangy's school board gave its nod to a similar deal for custodians and maintenance workers.
Powell City Council started a conversation last week about a moratorium on multifamily housing developments in response to public outcry over recent apartment and condo proposals.
A walk in the park
When is a hummingbird not a bird?
Orange Township trustees passed three resolutions this week to rezone farmland for residential and commercial properties.
A woman who assaulted a nun during a 2007 robbery has been accused of a similar crime after an incident Saturday, Aug. 2, in Lewis Center.
Mosquitoes testing positive for West Nile virus were found near Delaware County last week for the first time this summer.
Sherry Carmichael, a member of the Powell Liberty Historical Society and a sixth-generation resident of Powell, will lead a walking tour of downtown Powell at 7 p.m. Monday, Aug. 11. The tour will begin at the Martin Perry House, Powell Road and Grace Drive. For more information, call Carmichael at 614-889-1894.