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Church concert set for May 4

The Music Series at St. John's Episcopal Church in Worthington will present "Instrumentalists of St. John's" at 3 p.m. Sunday, May 4.

Libraries accepting campaign literature

In advance of the May 6 primary election, Worthington Libraries will accept campaign information to make available to library patrons.

Women's club holds first art exhibit at MAC

A group of women who usually go there to admire the works of others were able to see their own masterpieces on display at the McConnell Arts Center last week.

JEDZ issue withdrawn but will be on ballot

The proposal to create an income tax in Perry Township has been withdrawn from the May 6 ballot at the request of the township trustees.
I-270 at US 23

Major lane shift to begin so crews can trench street

As construction on the Interstate 270-U.S. Route 23 interchange moves into high gear, northbound motorists might need to shift into low gear.

Worthington's next Precycle Day is April 26

Now is the time to get stuff together to avoid missing Precycle Day this time around.

Earth Day help needed at Moses Wright nature area

Volunteers are needed to help with the Worthington Earth Day project at the Moses Wright Nature Area on Saturday, April 26.
Police beat

Worthington: CF Bank robbed April 10

A man with a handgun robbed the CF Bank, 5858 N. High St., on April 10.

High schools now focus of safety, security upgrades

The Worthington City School District will spend nearly $1 million to beef up security at its high schools.

Gussler in care of family, hospice

After more than five years of fighting an aggressive stage-4 colon cancer, coach Stephen Gussler was sent home from the hospital last week to be cared for by family and hospice.
Franklin County Board of Elections

Perry Township withdraws JEDZ from May ballot

The Franklin County Board of Elections on April 11 announced that Perry Township trustees have decided to withdraw the joint-economic-development-zone (JEDZ) ballot initiative on the May 6 ballot.

Barbershop talk: college basketball

The two discussed the night's NCAA men's basketball national championship game. Christ has been frequenting the barbershop, which has been in operation for 25 years, since the 1990s.
Hard Road parkland

Columbus using 2.6 acres for utility buildings

Parks maintenance facilities are being built on Hard Road land that once was meant to be the site of a 40-acre park and a recreation center.
Worthington Kilbourne junior

Liu, 15, is perfect on ACT, SAT -- and wins 'mind-boggling' number of gold keys

At age 15, George Liu knows he is smart. He has a long list of honors and awards to prove it.
Community center

Jet's Pizza, Sports Clips to sponsor electronic scoreboard

Pizza and haircuts soon will be advertised on a scoreboard at the Worthington Community Center.
Service Day

Need help? Leadership Worthington taking requests

Everybody needs some help around the house from time to time.

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