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Preservation Parks adding land
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Preservation Parks’ network of owned and managed land is set to increase significantly with the acquisition of two additional pieces of land in the county. Continue reading at
DPD wearing body cameras
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The City of Delaware Police Department has started rolling out body-worn cameras after nearly two years of evaluating equipment and policies. Interim Police Chief Adam Moore briefed the Delaware City Council on the cameras last week, stating the department’s new cameras will replace the audio recorders that officers previously wore to record...
Differences between judges, magistrates
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One of the questions I am asked most as a domestic relations judge is “what is the difference between a judge and magistrate.” This is a great question that has many nuances. Continue reading at
Getting to know local VVA Chapter 1095
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Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 1095 was chartered in March of 2014. We are one of the chapters associated with the National VVA. The Vietnam Veterans of America is a congressionally chartered national veterans organization. Continue reading at
School district to place levy on ballot
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The Delaware City Schools Board of Education on Tuesday approved placing a substitute levy on the ballot, accepted the resignation of Assistant Superintendent Craig Heath, and heard an update on Hayes High School. Continue reading at
Village of Galena included in Ohio capital budget
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The village of Galena is among the communities receiving project funding now that the state capital budget has been signed into law by Gov. Mike DeWine (R). Continue reading at
Benefit in Barn set to return
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Organizers for the Benefit in the Barn recently announced the event is returning for its eighth year on Aug. 20 at Glenndale Farms in Delaware County. Continue reading at
Trailapalooza event set for Saturday
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WESTERVILLE — Saturday’s Trailapalooza event for the Ohio to Erie Trail (OTET) will be marked by several communities in four counties. In Genoa Township, a ribbon cutting will take place at 10 a.m. Continue reading at
Take time to celebrate pollinators
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Did you know that we wouldn’t have chocolate without pollinators? Tiny midges pollinate the cacoa flower that we make chocolate from. National Pollinator Week is an annual celebration that supports pollinator health. Continue reading at
Mayer files appeal following dismissal of lawsuit
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Former Orange Township Fiscal Officer Wesley Mayer has filed an appeal after his lawsuit against the township and its former administrator, Lee Bodnar, was dismissed earlier this year. Continue reading at
Communities to celebrate July 4
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Now that Father’s Day is over, families are starting to plan for the Fourth of July, which falls on a Monday this year. Here is a look at what some selected cities in and around Delaware County are planning for the holiday. Continue reading at
MTSO to host ‘Finding Fellowship’ screening
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Methodist Theological School in Ohio will host a screening of the film “Finding Fellowship” and a discussion with the director at 4 p.m. Sunday, June 26. Continue reading at
Farm camp underway at Stratford Ecological Center
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It was good to return and catch up at Stratford Ecological Center on Liberty Road after my long overdue and restorative May trip to England to visit family and friends. Continue reading at
Free lunch program available in Sunbury
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SUNBURY — The city square is one of 16 sites for the Westerville Area Resource Ministry’s (WARM) Kids Lunch Club. “The Westerville Area Kids Lunch Club is a FREE program that provides children 1-18 with nutritious meals … throughout the summer when school is not in session at 16 area sites,” WARM’s website said. Continue reading at...
Condo proposal alive amidst delays
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Plans for a condominium development on the west side of Delaware are still on the table despite considerable delays that have prevented the plans from moving forward to date. Continue reading at
Pacer Fest set to debut
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A group consisting of Delaware City Schools students and teachers along with members of the community have come together to form a new committee aimed at increasing school spirit. Continue reading at
Crohens celebrate 50 years
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William and Janis (nee Grimm) Crohen celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Friday. They were married June 17, 1972 at the First United Methodist Church in Willard, Ohio. Continue reading at
2022 summer solstice has arrived
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The summer solstice occurred today at precisely 5:13 a.m.. The truth is, I’ve avoided writing about it for years. I remember studying these matters in college and saying to myself, “English major. Continue reading at
Library activities highlight Juneteenth holiday
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This weekend we join the nation in celebrating freedom and celebrating Juneteenth. Juneteenth is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States. Continue reading at
Apartments proposed off Troy Road
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A 270-unit apartment complex is being proposed in northwest Delaware, and Delaware City Council held the first readings for a rezoning amendment and preliminary development plan during Monday’s meeting. Continue reading at
Transit board seeking new executive director
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The Delaware County Transit Board of Directors announced Thursday that Harry Kamdar, executive director of the public transportation agency, will be departing from the position on July 29. Continue reading at
Spare the defendant, hang the jury
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“The jury were what is called ‘hung’; they could not agree, and the matters in issue, therefore, remained exactly where they were.” — Edwin Bryant, author of “What I saw in California,” 1848 “The Judge won’t accept a hung jury. Continue reading at
Giant inflatable provides whale of a time
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On Thursday, children got up close and personal with a whale as part of an event hosted by the Delaware County District Library. A life-size inflatable humpback whale measuring 43 feet long and 30 feet wide was set up in the gymnasium in Willis Education Center as part of a collaboration between the library and The Whalemobile, a touring...
Sawmill Parkway extension plans OK’d
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The full construction of Sawmill Parkway is on the horizon after Delaware City Council on Monday approved preparations for the final phase of the project. Continue reading at
It’s time we all come together
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I have had the word reconciliation floating around in my thoughts for a while now. Life feels so disjointed as we come together following COVID’s rabid invasion of our world, our lives. Continue reading at