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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
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
This is not a trick. Beggars Night really is on two nights this year.
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.
A student who claimed to be snorting crack cocaine in the Thomas Worthington High School cafeteria was arrested and charged by Worthington police Oct. 7.
Pending Nov. 12 vote
School tentatively will start Aug. 19, 2015, and end May 25, 2016, and students will get two full weeks of winter holiday break, according to the proposed 2015-16 school calendar, which was introduced during the Worthington Board's Oct. 13 meeting.
Northwest Library's newest addition is as big as all outdoors. A garden has been added along the west side of the building, which is located at 2280 Hard Road.
Columbus Neighborhoods: Worthington is getting rave reviews from its stars: the people of Worthington.
York Golf Club
It is difficult to ignore Chuck Dahn as he ambles throughout the hallways and rooms of the York Golf Club's clubhouse.
'North Side Fix'
A new traffic signal on U.S. Route 23 and overnight closed lanes on Interstate 270 are the latest developments in the North Side Fix project.
The city should buy the old Masonic Lodge to make sure it is preserved as a historic building, according to Worthington City Council member Bob Chosy.
The annual Fido Fest and Pooch Parade on the Village Green is hosted by the Worthington Organized Off-leash Friends, aka WOOF.
Two thefts were reported from Worthington's industrial area during the morning or early afternoon hours of Oct. 4.
Fundraising goal met
Seven Worthington Estates Elementary School students dumped freezing water on their principal last Friday, and not one of them got into hot water for it.
"Fire and Ice" is the theme of the 2014 homecoming at Worthington Kilbourne High School.