Delaware

Commission Approves Plan For Raising Cane’s

26 Nov , 2018  

The city of Delaware is poised to add to its collection of eateries soon as the city’s Planning Commission gave the green light to a new Raising Cane’s restaurant at November meeting.

The company’s submission of a combined preliminary and final development plan was approved unanimously by the Commission, which light heartedly noted that no chicken was brought to entice “yes” votes. More…

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City of Delaware Issues Winter Snow & Ice Management Policy

17 Nov , 2018  

Let’s face it. Winter in Ohio can unpredictable and, on occasion, downright nasty. Local communities face that challenge on several levels, including snow removal on streets, sidewalks, and even public trails.

The City of Delaware’s Department of Public Works has created and adopted its 2018-2019 Winter Snow & Ice Management Policy – ten pages of what, when, and how city crews will handle what this winter has to offer. More…

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Delaware

City Of Delaware Offers Trick-or-Treating Trips

31 Oct , 2018  

Halloween trick or treat will be celebrated in Delaware this evening (Wednesday) from 6 to 8 PM. Here are some tips for helping keep young ones safe on Halloween as shared by the City of Delaware: More…

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Delaware City Council To Review Financial Reports

22 Oct , 2018  

Financial reports furnished to Delaware City Council in conjunction with the Finance Director’s Report for its meeting on Monday, October 22 largely reflect numbers moving in a positive direction, although they also include an increase in year-to-date expenditures. The reports were furnished by Dean Steltzer, Finance Director. More…

Delaware, Delaware County, OWU

“Fabulous Partnership” Between City, County, And OWU Results In First-Of-Its-Kind Facility

6 Oct , 2018  

The October 4 opening of The Delaware Entrepreneurial Center at Ohio Wesleyan University has created the first-of-its-kind private university, city, and county collaboration dedicated to business acceleration and education.

But for Ohio Wesleyan student Jack Foley ’22, the opening of 6,000-square-foot entrepreneurial center means something a little more personal. “My first office is going to be here, and I’m excited,” said Foley, who kicked off remarks at the ribbon-cutting and grand opening celebration. “It is a good day to be a Bishop.” More…

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Delaware

Final Opportunity To Join Others In Shaping Delaware’s Future

27 Sep , 2018  

You have one more opportunity to share your vision for Delaware’s future Thursday evening. Through September, four highly interactive workshops have been held, each designed to allow all who attend the chance to provide ideas to help shape the “Delaware Together” comprehensive plan.

These workshops have included a brief presentation with information on the planning process followed by small-group work at which participants will be asked to share thoughts and take part in a mapping exercise. More…

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It’s Little Brown Jug Time Tomorrow

19 Sep , 2018  

It’s well-known as one of the three jewels in the Triple Crown of Harness Racing.

The 2018 edition of the Little Brown Jug will be run tomorrow at 11:30 AM at the Delaware County Fairgrounds racetrack. Run on what is considered the fastest half-mile track in the world, this is the premier pacing classic for 3 year olds. More…

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Delaware

Learn About The Delaware Community Mural Project

17 Sep , 2018  

Nationally recognized artist and educator Brett Cook will discuss his public art installations September 18 during an information session about “Art for Everyone: the Delaware Community Mural Project,” an initiative to bring two public art murals to the city next year.

The free, community event will begin at 6 PM September 18 at Ohio Wesleyan University’s Richard M. Ross Art Museum, 60 S. Sandusky St., Delaware. More…

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