In case you missed it, this new sandwich shop has opened in Delaware, OhioIsla ChiuNewsBreak Contributor
A new restaurant has opened in Lewis Center, OhioIsla ChiuNewsBreak Contributor
A new restaurant is coming to Sunbury, OhioIsla ChiuNewsBreak Contributor
17-year-old juvenile dies while in State Custody at Detention FacilitySteel Ohio MediaNewsBreak Contributor
A new restaurant has opened in Marion, OhioIsla ChiuNewsBreak Contributor
Cardington man dies in Morrow County accident
An 81-year-old Cardington man died in a two-vehicle crash in Morrow County on Wednesday night. Robert Nichols died in the crash, the Mount Gilead Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol said in a press release. The crash occurred at approximately 9:21 p.m. on Wednesday, June 7. It happened on Township Road 126 just south of Township Road 127.
Wildfire Smoke and Haze from Canada: Health Department Urges Residents to Avoid Outdoor Activity
The Delaware County Health Department is urging all residents to avoid outdoor physical activity due to hazardous air quality conditions caused by wildfire smoke and haze from Canada on June 8th, 2023.
Ohio firefighters find 118-year-old time capsule buried in fire station: Here's what was inside
Firefighters of the Marion Fire Department in Marion, Ohio, have found some buried treasure dating back to 1905, after attempting to excavate the old fire station's original cornerstone.
Vandals burn playground equipment at McKinley Park in Marion
City of Marion officials are seeking the public's help to identify the individuals who set fire to playground equipment and the restrooms this week at McKinley Park. The Marion Police Department is investigating the incident. Marion Service Director Cathy Chaffin said the unknown vandals caused more than $50,000 worth of...
Schottenstein Real Estate bringing more than 2,000 residential units to Central Ohio’s northwest corridor
COLUMBUS, Ohio (COLUMBUS BUSINESS FIRST) — Schottenstein Real Estate Group is bullish on Central Ohio’s multifamily market. The firm is especially keen on the northwest corridor, where it is building thousands of residential units. The Columbus-based developer has more than 2,000 units in its pipeline, President Brian Schottenstein told me. That includes projects in Liberty […]
Challenges filed in races for Marion Municipal Court, city council
The Marion County Board of Elections (BOE) certified petitions filed by all four independent candidates for the Nov. 7 general election when it met on Tuesday. However, challenges have been filed against Marion Municipal Court judge candidate Jennifer Ryan and Marion City Council president candidate Theresa Lubke, which means the four-member board of elections - comprised of Democrats Brandi Downs and Robb Koons and Republicans Todd Anderson and Lynn Zucker - will have to conduct hearings to determine whether they will appear on the general election ballot.
All-league track lists
First Team: Joe Stupka, Clear Fork; Jack Hart, Galion; Zachery Sallee, Galion; Jacob Thomas, Galion; Linkon Tyrrell, Galion; Ridge Barkley, Marion Harding; Kamrin Faggs, Marion Harding; Jordan Hensley, Marion Harding; Caden Jones, Marion Harding; Trinity Keith, Marion Harding; Grant Butler, River Valley; Ethan Lyon, River Valley; Cooper Miller, River Valley; Luke Dininger, Shelby; Huck Finnegan, Shelby; Indy Mayer, Shelby; Marshall Moore, Shelby.
Marion police officer injured in crash released from hospital
The Marion Police Department officer who was injured in a collision with another emergency vehicle on Memorial Day has been released from the hospital and is expected to make a full recovery, according to department officials. Marion Police Chief Jay McDonald said Officer Daniel Ice was released from OhioHealth Riverside...
Briefs: Tri-Rivers Career Center grant, water/sewer bill assistance, Camp Canopy deadline
Tri-Rivers Career Center empowers students with Teach Arts Ohio grant. Tri-Rivers Career Center's Interactive Media program recently completed a highly successful program funded by the Ohio Arts Council's Teach Arts Ohio grant, according to Josh Ebert, one of the program's two instructors. "The grant awarded with public funds provided by...
Delaware County home comes with party barn and $2.3-million price
A Delaware County home listed for $2.3 million comes with its own DJ-ready party barn. The home, in the Woodland Hall neighborhood, includes a 1,200-square-foot former guest house that now serves as a party barn outfitted with an extensive lighting and sound system ripe for a dance club. The room can also double as a changing area for the 40-by-16-foot saltwater pool steps away.
Marion Area Chamber Foundation announces 2022/2023 Leadership Marion! graduates
Leadership Marion!, the Marion Area Chamber Foundation’s leadership development program, announced its 2022/2023 graduates. The following individuals graduated from Leadership Marion! on May 19 during an event at the Tri-Rivers Career Center:. Muhammad Adrees, Whirlpool Corporation - Marion Operations. Ben Albright, Park National Bank. David Anderson, Sika Corporation. Donna...
Canadian Forest Fires Show in Hazy Ohio Day
OHIO – Have you noticed that today that the sky isn’t as clear as it usually has been seems overcast. What you are seeing is smoke from large forest fires from Canada. Smoke has filled the air across the Northeast Border of Canada and has expanded to parts of Ohio on Tuesday. The Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC) is issuing an Air Quality Alert for Tuesday, June 6. The region – Delaware, Fairfield, Franklin, and Licking counties – is likely to experience PM2.5 or particle pollution levels that are Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups on the national Air Quality Index (AQI).
Semi truck, trailers, equipment, and misc.
Semi Truck & Trailers: 2000 Mack Model CH613 Day Cab, Eaton Fuller 10 spd. Trans, Air Brakes, Tandem, 498,673 miles, Runs Vin #1M1AA14Y5YW120621; 1999 Ford F-450 Super Duty Diesel, 5spd. Trans, 2WD w/Hydro Dump Bed, 222,114 miles, Vin #1FDXF46F0XEC25060; (2)1999 TrailMobil Dry Van Trailers; (2)1999 Wabash Dry Van Trailers 53’; 1984 TrailMobil 53’ Dry Van Trailer; (2)Additional 53” Dry Van Trailers-Non Road Worthy;
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DELAWARE, Ohio – The national Center for First-generation Student Success has selected Ohio Wesleyan University as a member of its First Scholars Network in recognition of OWU’s efforts to “elevate potential and advance outcomes for first-generation students today and in the future.”. Ohio Wesleyan is one of...
Delaware County Notebook
Red Cross Blood Drives at the Condit Presbyterian Church have resulted in 1,007 pints of blood being collected since December 2014. The next blood drive will take place from noon to 6 p.m. on June 9. To register, email [email protected] or call Polly Horn at 740-965-3582. The church is...
Unsealing the past: Marion Fire Department opens time capsule from 1905
A treasure trove of Marion Fire Department history was recently uncovered when firefighters discovered a time capsule inside the cornerstone of the former Station No. 2, located at the corner of Center and Davids streets. Capt. Ryan Redmon of the Marion Fire Department said the department was informed not long...
One of Ohio’s oldest craft breweries is opening its first ever Columbus-area taproom and kitchen
The beer-maker billed as “Toldedo’s original craft brewery,” is coming to the Columbus area for the first time. Maumee Bay Brewing Co., which also stands as one of The Buckeye State’s oldest craft breweries, will be opening a new taproom and eatery in Powell. The space,...
Marion charter ordinance stalls in committee after tie vote
A charter ordinance backed by some Republican Party members of Marion City Council failed to advance out of committee on Monday, and, to coin a phrase from a popular film, the measure appears to be "mostly dead" after a vote on it ended in a tie. Discussion about changing Marion...
Oorang Bang festival, Christian concert on tap this week in Marion
A celebration of Marion County's NFL franchise and a one-night Christian music festival will help kick off what is shaping up to be a busy summer locally. On the docket this week are the Oorang Bang street festival in La Rue and a benefit concert hosted by Crosswood United Methodist Church on behalf of Aspire Ministries featuring a host of local musicians.
Watering Ban Lifted; Even-Odd Watering Requested
Our sincere thanks to all City of Delaware residents who voluntarily reduced their water usage over the past few days. As of today, we are requesting even-odd watering of lawns. This means if your address ends in an even number, water on even numbered dates. If your address ends in an odd number, water on odd numbered dates. Again, this is only a voluntary request.
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