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It's Delaware Arts Festival Weekend in Delaware, always a wonderful event for our community. Comment?
As the Delaware County commissioners prepare to send a counter-offer to the City of Delaware for terms to complete Sawmill Parkway, they heard from both supporters and an opponent of the project Monday.The post Commissioners hear views on parkway appeared first on The Delaware Gazette. Comment?
Delaware residents are facing a decision during the May 7 election that Delaware City Schools officials said would considerably improve the way the district operates.The post School officials cite benefits of bond issue appeared first on The Delaware Gazette. Comment?
An attorney representing Turkey Hill claims the City of Delaware apparently has selected a preferred alternative for improvements at the U.S. 23-Ohio 315 intersection while publicly claiming no decision has been made.The post City accused of making decision on 23, 315 appeared first on The Delaware Gazette. Comment?
Make your Earth Day a local affair with some eco-activities planned in partnership by Sustainable Delaware, the League of Women Voters of Delaware County, Delaware Career Center and Delaware City Schools & Ohio Wesleyan University. Comment?
You may have noticed a few changes and some new faces in the coffee shop at the Delaware Library, located at 84 East Winter Street. Comment?
The Delaware man accused of punching a police K-9 in the face and assaulting a deputy was described as harboring a conspiracy theory about the government during his arraignment hearing Friday. Comment?
The Turkey Hill company has warned the city of Delaware one of the options being considered to improve the U.S. 23-Ohio 315 intersection could force the Stratford Road Turkey Hill gas station and convenience store to close. 1 comment
A former Ohio Wesleyan University student was sentenced Thursday to five years probation and ordered to pay the maximum restitution of $111,000 for crimes he almost got away with. Comment?
C-SPAN marketing representative Jennifer Curran looks on as Ohio Wesleyan University President Rock Jones uses a touchscreen kiosk to take a quiz about America's first ladies during a visit to OWU by a C-SPAN bus Tuesday. Comment?
The city of Delaware purchased the former Delaware Gazette building at 18 E. William St. Comment?
This doesn't pertain to green living, per se, but I wanted to pay tribute to a friend of mine who recently passed away. Comment?
The Delaware City School district may soon learn whether it will need to search for a new superintendent. Comment?
Tearful testimonies comprised much of the trial for Marc Kraft, the Columbus man accused of causing a fatal crash near U.S. 23 and Ohio 315 in Delaware while driving drunk and without a valid license. Comment?
For film-lover and Delaware resident Jennifer Rich, a night at the movies typically means one spent in her living room. Comment?
A Delaware teenager who ditched a loaded firearm near a school while fleeing police pleaded guilty last week to carrying a concealed weapon. Comment?
The growth of community gardens and backyard gardens are predicted to hit an all-time high in 2013. Comment?
A Delaware woman accused of assisting a major human trafficking operation - - the first one to be reported in the county - pleaded not guilty Tuesday. Comment?
City of Delaware workers Chris Ward and Aaron Smith fill potholes Tuesday on John Street in Delaware. Comment?
Hello, Delaware friends and neighbors! I'm so happy to be sharing this space with Tuesday, and am excited to get to know many of you through these columns as we share and care for our little corner of the planet. Comment?