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Past articles by Andrew:

Clintonville's new community liaison officer looks to build relationships

For a community with relatively low crime rates, the introduction of a new community liaison officer to Clintonville represents the beginning of a → Read More

Bob Orr made most of opportunity

Bob Orr will appear at the Young at Heart Festival in Westerville on July 18th at Villa Milano in a conversation with 10TV News Anchor Jerry Revish at → Read More

Katalina's Clintonville location rolls out pancake balls Monday

Morning meals in Clintonville will get a little more interesting Monday, June 3, with the debut of the second location of Katalina’s, a longtime brunch staple with a popular first location in Harrison West. The Clintonville location, 3481 N. High St., officially opens its doors at 8 a.m. June 3. At the new location -- dubbed Katalina’s, Too! -- the food selection will look familiar to past… → Read More

Delaware County library's 'Drag 101' for teens riles some, but support evident

Delaware County teens interested in learning the basics of drag can turn to a Delaware County District Library event next month, despite opposition from a → Read More

Mike Schuiling, Delaware County EMS chief, named Liberty Township administrator

Liberty Township trustees called a special meeting at 10 a.m. Friday, May 17, to name Delaware County EMS Chief Mike Schuiling the new township administrator. The administrator role had been vacant since the abrupt and immediate resignation of Matt Huffman on April 26. According to trustees Shyra Eichhorn and Melanie Leneghan, the board interviewed multiple candidates in one round of interviews… → Read More

COSI experiments with four-day science festival

For most central Ohioans, Columbus' Center of Science and Industry is a destination. But with its most broad and ambitious event yet, COSI is branching → Read More

Full story: Delaware County library chooses site for new Powell branch

The Delaware County District Library has chosen a space in a proposed development at Home and Steitz roads for its new Powell branch. At their March 19 → Read More

Students became collateral damage in COF Academy-AME Church saga

For Bryan Davis, becoming an NFL wide receiver always has been the goal. “My plans are to go to a Division I college and play football, then go to the NFL and become a household name in the league,” he said. “I’m very confident I can reach those goals.” But Davis is 17 and still has to take classes, which don’t come as easily as his performance on the football field, he said. Throughout middle… → Read More

How close was COF Academy to fruition? Bats the question

Roy Johnson said he has come to hate bats. In April 2018, the biggest project of Johnson’s life was underway. He had taken on the task of organizing, constructing and operating Christians of Faith Academy, an endeavor he wasn’t taking lightly, he said. “Being a new father, the thought that constantly ran through my mind is that people like me would be entrusting their future with myself and the… → Read More

Roy Johnson: COF Academy's first perceptions weren't reality

By fall 2018, Roy Johnson had spent nearly a year planning, organizing and operating Christians of Faith Academy, a private online school that would use → Read More

Nocterra Brewing prepares to open in Powell

Powell’s second brewery will open this weekend, aiming to turn even beer amateurs into craft-brew enthusiasts.Nocterra Brewing is set to open at noon Saturday at 41 Depot St. in downtown Powell.The brewery is the creation of brewers Bryan Duncan and Bruce Vivian. Duncan had worked as an ICU and paramedic flight nurse, and Vivian had been a mechanic specializing in Mercedes-Benz vehicles. The… → Read More

Powell considers Ohio State plan for medical facility

The Powell City Council was to examine plans Tuesday night for the biggest development in the city's history.The council is considering an ordinance to → Read More

Plans move forward for third YMCA in Delaware County

ANDREW KING THISWEEKNEWS.COM @ThisWeekAndrew YMCA in Evans Farm is at least two years away Plans remain in place to build Delaware County’s third YMCA at Evans Farm, but the project is at least two years away. Evans Farm, the 1,250-acre mixed-use development north of Lewis Center Road in Orange and Berlin townships, began construction in late 2017. Matt Bruns, executive director of development… → Read More

Powell could cast wide net with fiber optics

The city of Powell is investigating the idea of adding fiber optics in the community, and city leaders are working to decide what the scope of that project would be -- or if it will happen at all. Optical fiber lines -- known frequently as fiber optics or simply fiber -- offer internet connectivity of up to 1 gigabit per second, or 1,000 megabits per second. In comparison, internet-service… → Read More

Section of I-270 designated as 'Officers Anthony Morelli and Eric Joering Memorial Highway'

The Ohio Department of Transportation has designated a portion of Interstate 270 as a remembrance of two fallen Westerville police officers. → Read More

Delaware County library, DD levies pass with ease

Delaware County voters approved a pair of community-oriented levies on Election Day, including one that will see a new library built in the Powell area. → Read More

Powell voters shoot down proposed income-tax increase

On Election Day, Powell residents voted down what would have been the city’s first income-tax increase in 27 years. With 138 of 159 Delaware County → Read More

Counseling offered after Westerville Central student's suicide attempt

Westerville City School District officials will have counseling services available Friday, Nov. 2, after a 17-year-old Westerville Central High School → Read More

Work stops on prominent Powell plaza

Developer of Armita Plaza in Powell seeking public funds to complete project. → Read More

Olentangy: Beware of T-shirt scam

In July, Kim Larosa got a call from a company called Sports Media Marketing. The person on the other end of the line told Larosa he was calling on behalf → Read More