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Picture Delaware August 1, 2016

A couple of pictures taken by Rocky VanBrimmer downtown Delaware, Ohio with various filters. Photos are property of Rocky VanBrimmer DelawareO.com and may be used non-commercially with attribution with link to DelawareO.com. All rights reserved.

Delaware’s People In Need Calls For Volunteers

2016 Produce Market Volunteer Produce Market Basics: Produce Markets are designed to provide fresh food to individuals and families in need. The Mid-Ohio Food Bank supplies all of the produce distributed at the Market and most of what is offered is fruits and vegetables but may also include bread and dairy items. Each Market can […]

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Delaware’s People In Need Calls For Volunteers

2016 Produce Market Volunteer Produce Market Basics: Produce Markets are designed to provide fresh food to … [Read More...]

Delaware Buckeyes Award Second Annual Scholarship

  Olentangy Orange Student Receives Local Scholarship to OSU The OSU Alumni Club of Delaware County is … [Read More...]

Symphony Opens Season With a Nod to Hispanic Composers and Performers

Central Ohio Symphony Opens 37th Season In Delaware   When the Central Ohio Symphony launches its 37th … [Read More...]

Odd-N-Ends

Queries about Trouble with Trains in the Quarry

I had heard of the train in the quarry when I was a child, most likely shortly after I moved to … [Read More...]

Aerial Photo Of 470 South Sandusky Street (Former Rev. LeRoy Jenkins Healing Hill Cathedral)

An aeriel view of the remnants of 470 South Sandusky Street. This site is the former location of … [Read More...]

Ohio Wesleyan Unsolved Mystery: Student Missing Since May 4, 1937

Ruth Elizabeth Baumgardner was a senior art major at Ohio Wesleyan University in 1937 and has been … [Read More...]

Obituaries

Robert “Bob” Whiteside

Robert "Bob" Whiteside Local inventor and founder of Whiteside Manufacturing in Delaware passed away Monday, October 5, 2015 following a two week illness at … [Read More...]

Nancy Kay Wade 

Nancy Kay Wade Age 82 of Delaware passed away Saturday, September 26, 2015 at the Delaware Court Health Care Center. Born on May 22, 1933, she was a … [Read More...]

Kimberly Carole Byerly

Kimberly Carole Byerly 50, of Delaware, OH passed away peacefully late Thursday evening September 24, 2015 at her residence surrounded by her loving … [Read More...]

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Symphony Opens Season With a Nod to Hispanic Composers and Performers

Central Ohio Symphony Opens 37th Season In Delaware   When the Central Ohio Symphony launches its 37th season at 7:30 p.m. on … [Read More...]

IRONMAN Announces IRONMAN 70.3 Ohio Triathlon

IRONMAN To Take Place Downtown Delaware     TAMPA, Fla. (Oct. 5, 2015) – IRONMAN announced today the addition of the IRONMAN® 70.3® … [Read More...]

The 25th Annual “Castle Arts Affair” Scheduled November 5-8, 2015

Castle Arts Affair, Gifts and Garland     The 25th Annual Castle Arts Affair is less than a month away! Get your shopping lists ready … [Read More...]

Ten Fall Events in Delaware County

Delaware, Ohio Fall Events For Sweater Weather     It’s that time of year again where Delaware folks start their preparations for the … [Read More...]

Orange Branch Library to Host Book Release Party

In celebration of Mindy McGinnis’ new book 3 other authors come together for YA mega-night     Delaware, OH — Mindy McGinnis … [Read More...]

From our Archives

Experiencing Delaware’s newest legend, Son of Thurman

  Delaware’s newest restaurant, Son of Thurman, is now open for business! My family and I went last Friday night, their second day open, to try it out. We have never ventured down to the original Thurman Cafe in German Village, so we weren’t totally sure what to expect from this experience. I had kept […]

Take a Bite Out of Orange Township

Starting in the 1950s, Orange Township land was coveted by developers and needed by state and federal agencies.  Land was acquired for a Columbus Metro Park, U.S. Rt. 71, Alum Creek Dam, and the Polaris shopping mecca.  Long gone farms, villages and stories of settlers give glimpses of the early days while two hundred years […]