All across Delaware County the upcoming weekend will see parades, services, and other events commemorating Memorial Day. A partial list follows (this will be updated if we learn of additional events):. Delaware. Monday, 10 AM – A Memorial Day ceremony on Monday, May 30, will begin at 10 am at...
The costumes, food, and festivities of the past are making a trip forward in time on Saturday, June 4 for the Medieval Faire in Ostrander. The event, sponsored by the Delaware County District Library’s Ostrander Branch, features all things from the Middle ages – horses, jousting, traditional craftsmen, costumes, a Medieval marketplace, and more.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Eleven honorees, including Delaware County’s Donna and Walter Morton, were recognized for their accomplishments and volunteerism at the 46th Central Ohio Senior Citizens Hall of Fame Recognition Ceremony held May 25 at The Gallery At Champions venue in Columbus. Organized by the Central Ohio Area...
Settlement Week continues to be a great success for the Delaware County Domestic Relations Court and the families that go through the court system. It is hard for me to believe that we just completed our eighth Settlement Week. (Time goes by so fast.) We conduct Settlement Week two times a year, one week in May and one week in November.
On May 17, the Delaware Area Chamber of Commerce graduated 43 participants from the Leadership Delaware County Class of 2022. The graduation luncheon was held at Willow Brook at Delaware Run, the event’s annual sponsor. Leadership Delaware is a community leadership program and has been a hallmark program of...
Olentangy Schools has achieved and maintained the highest credit rating possible, allowing the District to continue to receive the lowest interest rates available on its debt obligations. Standard & Poor’s (S&P) Global Ratings, the international authority on credit ratings and market intelligence, recently affirmed Olentangy Schools’ AAA bond rating in...
The SAFE Delaware County Coalition joined with law enforcement last week for the kick off of a “Click It or Ticket” campaign designed to increase seat belt usage. The campaign is run by the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Safety Administration and runs from May 23 to June 5 to coincide with the Memorial Day holiday. During the campaign, law enforcement will participate in high-visibility enforcement efforts to increase seat belt usage.
Are you a breakfast lover? Do you go wild for all things maple?. Ohio’s first Maple Street Baking Company is opening along Polaris Parkway with a mouth watering selection of unique food. Known primarily for its biscuits, there are also sandwiches and waffle dishes you can get nowhere else.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WSYX) — After the mass shooting at an elementary school in Texas, the Genoa Township Police Department in Delaware County will have extra patrols around schools Wednesday. In a post on social media, the police department shared that there has been no indication of any threats to...
DELAWARE, Ohio (WCMH) – Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost traded blows with the world’s biggest search engine in a local lawsuit and took a victory Tuesday as a judge permitted his case to proceed, but with a catch. Google, the search engine targeted by the lawsuit in the Delaware County Court of Common Pleas, also […]
SUNBURY — A woman involved in a lawsuit with Big Walnut Local Schools returned to finish her comments to the Board of Education at its meeting last week. During the public comment portion of the board’s Feb. 17 meeting, community member Ashley Ryder directed her comments to specific board members about their positions regarding Syntero, a mental health provider. Board President Doug Crowl, who presided over the meeting, said she couldn’t defame board members and then told her to “Zip it for a minute! Your time is done … You can go sit down!”
For Shari Bowers, the word “public” in “public library” is as important as the word “library.” Bowers was named the manager of the Delaware County District Library’s new Liberty Branch earlier this year. She’s been on the job for about two weeks, getting a lay of the land and beginning to create a timeline...
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SUNBURY — The Big Walnut Local Schools Board of Education’s meeting last week featured an update from board member Steve Fujii on the district’s search for a new superintendent. “If you’ve paid any attention to my words over the last couple months, you know that my biggest...
Vertiv, a global provider of critical digital infrastructure and continuity solutions, today announced plans to unify its Central Ohio operations by relocating its corporate office and headquarters to a location adjacent to the company’s existing Westerville locations. The move will create a walkable, three-building campus, facilitating collaboration among employees.
DELAWARE, Ohio (WCMH) — A former nurse accused of killing a central Ohio nursing home resident will not be required to post bail. Aminata Fofana, a former nurse at the Lewis Center nursing home Capri Gardens, was released on her own recognizance Friday, agreeing to attend all future court hearings and remain in Ohio, according […]