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Tucker leaving Worthington schools for Cincinnati suburb district

Thomas Tucker is leaving his position as superintendent of Worthington City Schools to take the top post with the Princeton school district near Cincinnati.

'Thyme' to rebuild

Community center

Council ready to sue over 'mushy' roof

Worthington officials might file a suit against whoever is found to be responsible for the leaking, sagging roof that is being replaced at the Worthington Community Center.
I-270 at Route 315

Bike path likely will be closed 18 months starting in 2020

A portion of the Olentangy bikeway likely will be closed for 18 months when the interchange at Interstate 270 and state Route 315 is constructed.
Project MORE

Call issued for classroom volunteers

The annual call has gone out: Project MORE needs even more volunteer mentors.

Souper Heroes to serve patrons at farmers markets

The soup is on and will be served Saturday, Oct. 25, at the Worthington and Clintonville farmers markets.
Police beat

Worthington: Intoxicated man knocking on doors, asking to use phone

Residents of Rieber Street called police, reporting that a man was knocking on doors and asking to use the phone between 9:45 and 10:30 p.m. on Oct. 18.

Candidates forum slated at MAC on Oct. 23

Those who have not voted early still time to meet the candidates whose names will appear on the November ballot.

Columbus Academy to present 'Jake's Women'

Columbus Academy Student Theatre will present Neil Simon's Jake's Women, a comedy with a witty perspective on modern relationships, at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Oct. 24 and 25, at the school's Schoedinger Theatre, 4300 Cherry Bottom Road.

PurpleStride to fight pancreatic cancer

Keller Williams of Central Ohio is helping create awareness and raise funds in the fight against pancreatic cancer by sponsoring PurpleStride-Columbus, a 5K Run and Family Friendly Walk set for 8:45 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 25, at McFerson Commons in downtown Columbus.
Library lines

Writers' series continues

Over the last few decades, the graphic novel has grown into an art form that can entertain, inform and bedazzle. The term "graphic novel," or a comic presented in complete, book-length form, can encompass everything from autobiographies and retellings of Shakespeare plays to novels of the zombie apocalypse and even cookbooks.

WKHS homecoming queen

Commission chairman says city shouldn't purchase lodge

The Masonic Lodge might be one of the city's oldest and grandest buildings, but the city has no business buying it for preservation purposes, according to one city leader.
2015 capital improvements

City books $1.5M for abandoned library

The city of Worthington will pour an additional $1.5 million into the abandoned Kilbourne Memorial Library next year, making it the most costly project in the proposed 2015 capital improvements program.
Thursday for some, Friday for most

Beggars Night slated both Oct. 30 and 31

This is not a trick. Beggars Night really is on two nights this year.

Lindsay to give keynote address at mayors prayer breakfast

The Rev. Deborah Countiss Lindsay will be the keynote speaker at the annual Mayor's Interfaith Prayer Breakfast, scheduled for 7:30 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 30, at the Holiday Inn, 7007 N. High St.

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