Congregation Beth Tikvah will welcome Rabbi Estefan Gottfried and the musical leaders of his congregation, Beit Tefilah Yisraeli, at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 9.
The following programs are offered by Worthington libraries. Old Worthington Library is at 820 High St.; Northwest Library is at 2280 Hard Road; and Worthington Park Library is at 1389 Worthington Centre Drive. Call 614-807-2626.
Thomas Worthington High School honor roll.
Perry Township and the city of Worthington might enter into an agreement that would provide money for improvements to township business areas by levying an income tax on some people who work in the township.
Chris Mohler again will open his warehouse doors to art lovers from 5 to 10 p.m. Friday, Dec. 6.
Police went to the 800 block of Clayton Drive on Nov. 27 after neighbors called and complained about a barking dog.
Tour Old Worthington homes decorated for the season while enjoying the talents of young musicians during the fifth annual Holiday Musical Tour of Homes on Sunday, Dec. 8.
When Joy Nieto was a first-year teacher in the 1990s, her mentor went over the basics: how to count books, how to make copies, etc.
Amelita Mirolo never lived in Worthington, but her name will rest here on a plaque at the outdoor education building.
A public meeting Wednesday, Dec. 4, will give city residents an opportunity to help plan the redevelopment of the United Methodist Children's Home site.
The magic of Christmas in downtown Worthington will begin with an open house and tree-lighting ceremony Sunday, Dec. 1.
The Ohio EPA will hold a public meeting on the water-quality impacts of the North Outerbelt project at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 3, in the Worthington Community Center meeting room.
Students at Evening Street Elementary School have reduced the amount of waste they place into the landfill by 80 percent since last spring.
A 92-year-old woman suffered multiple injuries after she was randomly attacked at the Old Worthington Library last week.
A project founded on a kitchen table in 2006 to provide care packages to soldiers serving abroad received a $5,000 boost last week.
Lisa Taxier, a graduate of Thomas Worthington High School, has been elected to the Sigma Xi honor society at Carleton College. Election to the society indicates that a student has demonstrated research potential in a field of pure or applied science.
As she pulled up to receive a turkey and the fixings for Thanksgiving, one young mother of three was especially thankful this year.
McCord Middle School honor roll.
The American Red Cross will conduct a blood drive as follows:
I confess to knowing very little about Anne Morrow Lindbergh prior to reading Melanie Benjamin's The Aviator's Wife.
A vehicle and items stolen from other vehicles were returned to their owners after Columbus police apprehended a thief during the early morning hours of Nov. 13.
A dense row of newly planted trees and shrubs will line the new bike path along West Wilson Bridge Road.
Most students might feel safe and confident at school, but drug abuse and bullying could be problems at some Worthington schools, according to a survey of students, staff members and parents.
Worthington City Schools Superintendent Thomas Tucker has been named superintendent of the year by the National Alliance of Black School Educators.
The city's annual $220,000 grant to the McConnell Arts Center is expected to remain steady next year, even as attendance numbers continue to rise sharply.
The Supreme Court of Ohio on Nov. 19 ruled that a Worthington couple are entitled to a refund plus interest from the city of Worthington for income tax they had paid over several years on investment income that was not subject to taxation under former city ordinances.
When it comes to sharing information about our schools with the Worthington community, one of my favorite ways we have done that is through talking one on one to parents and community members at neighborhood coffees, at school buildings, at civic events and via my weekly summer lunches at Panera.
The indoor farmers market has a new crop of vendors.
"It's never too cold to get on your bikes and be active."
Halloween may be over and done, but if you're still in the mood for a good horror story, check out some of the titles in the Eat This Not That series, which reveals the fattening, frightening truth about American food.
The Worthington Alliance for Responsible Development has launched a new website, WARDworthington.org.
A Columbus man was escorted to a mental-health facility after he was stopped by police for following a woman at 11:29 a.m. Nov. 5.
The cost will be $1 million to fix the moldy, soggy, failing roof at the Worthington Community Center.
State Rep. Mike Duffey (R-Worthington) has introduced a series of bills designed to make it easier to find and understand data about local and state government.
Highlands Presbyterian Church will hold its annual second Scottish Heritage Sunday on Dec. 1, the occasion of St. Andrew's Day weekend, featuring music of celtic harp, bagpipes and other instruments.
November has been a stellar month for Worthington Libraries.
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