The annual Christmas parade kicked off the holiday season in the city of Delaware on Nov. 24.
Just a few miles from the bustle of Polaris and right off the beaten path from the speeding traffic on U.S. Route 23 are 40-foot-tall shale cliffs towering over a stream that leads to the Olentangy River and thousands of trees and wildlife living on 188 undisturbed acres.
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Delaware City Council is considering an ordinance that would authorize City Manager Tom Homan to extend the city's contract with the Central Ohio YMCA to continue providing management services for the city's parks and recreation department.
In the midst of the holiday season, the Delaware Police Department is working with Delaware City Schools and Big Brothers Big Sisters to implement its GREAT (Gang Resistance Education and Training) Families Program.
Delaware Area Career Center junior Jens Spaglialunga is somewhat of a modern-day Johnny Appleseed.
For at least six years, students in the Hayes Players have been mastering their instrument of choice.
The Delaware County Board of Commissioners hopes to fill open seats on three county boards: the Board of Building Appeals, the Rural Zoning Commission and the Board of Zoning Appeals.
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