For her 7th birthday, Lauren Nguyen didn't want a Barbie doll or a new bike.
When they graduate, Olentangy seniors are invited to choose a special teacher to shake their hand as they cross the stage.
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Two Powell City Council members oppose a plan to expand the Golf Village subdivision because they fear a planned connector driveway will cause trouble.
With major construction projects planned along state Route 315 this summer, traffic near Powell's central hub likely will be more congested than ever.
Powell officials say they'll expand the city's road repair plan for 2013 to get ahead of schedule.
Delaware County Sheriff's deputies responded to several reports of thefts from vehicles in recent weeks.
The Council for Older Adults of Delaware County will hold a pig roast this week to thank residents for their support.
Capital-improvements projects will get underway this month at Olentangy schools now that students and teachers are gone for summer vacation.
Driving into work one perfect, sunny day, I listened to National Public Radio's Morning Edition, as I often do. At the end of this particular broadcast, a narrator was reading a poem by New Jersey writer Amiri Baraka:
A plan to build an adult-themed hotel that met strong opposition from residents in Orange Township apparently has been scuttled for now, although developer John Kranjec has gone to court to try to revive the proposal.
State Route 315 through Delaware County is one of central Ohio's most scenic drives -- but this summer, lines of stopped traffic could dominate the scenery.
No sooner had senior Katelyn Daniels of the Olentangy Orange High School girls track and field team celebrated defending her title in the discus during the Division I state meet held June 7 and 8 at Ohio State than she had to turn her attention to defending her title in the shot put.
After a four-week search for a football coach, Olentangy High School athletics director Jay Wolfe thinks he found the right candidate in Mark Solis.
The introduction of four wheelchair events into high school track and field this year brought questions that often accompany new ventures.
Kelly Joseph told Olentangy Orange High School athletics director John Betz several months ago that she would be interested in becoming the school’s girls basketball coach whenever the position opened.
Finally! It was spring 2012 when it was announced that One Direction would be touring the U.S. this year, including a June 18 stop at Nationwide Arena. Of course, that also means you have either had tickets (or not) for nearly that long. Maybe some brokers still have them available. Have you been saving your money? Meantime, here’s a full 10 other Fab shows.
Cabela’s in Polaris offers more than 35 flavors daily.
Guitar was the first instrument the electronic artist Lights learned to play, so it's not that far-fetched that she'd make acoustic music, or arrange acoustic versions of her electro-pop tunes. In fact, many of her songs start out that way before getting the fully produced treatment that ends up on her records.
The single-vineyard wine is an immense bargain, Wine Wisdom columnist Roger Gentile says.
'Wicked' closes it's run next weekend. Watch The Beat's interview with Kim Zimmer, a.k.a. Reva on Guiding Light.
TwoA new summer concert series will kick off at 5 p.m. Friday, June 7, at Creekside. The Gahanna Parks and Recreation Foundation is presenting "Creekside Live at Five," with popular regional bands in the Midwest, for a festive, happy-hour environment. Caterers has begun construction on the former Hoster Brewing Co. building with the hopes of opening in mid-August.
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