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Academic honors

Students who were named to the honor and merit rolls for the third grading period of the 2013-14 school year at McCord Middle School.
Step By Step Academy

Autism center adds live-in component

Several months ago, when Elijah Glen Root was in crisis and out of control, his parents could find no placement for the tall teen with autism.
May 3-4 demonstration

MAC to try third time for electronic sign

Jon Cook hopes the third sign proposed for the McConnell Arts Center will be more charming than the first two.

Green on the Green festival to feature Chasing Ice, Tesla drive

Visitors to this year's Green on the Green will be able to drive an electric car, view the award-winning film, Chasing Ice, and learn more about the many ways they could make their lives "greener."
Worthington council meeting

Good deeds earn residents Good Neighbor Awards

A mother and son who cleaned up an unsightly yard and a woman who took in a sick neighbor's dog are the recipients of the 2013 Good Neighbor Awards.
Police beat

Worthington: Bellbrook Place resident awakened by burglar

A resident of the 6400 block of Bellbrook Place told police she was awakened by the sound of the garage door opening and a doorknob turning at 4:30 a.m. April 21.
National Achievement Scholars

Two Worthington seniors earn $2,500 scholarships

Thomas Worthington High School senior Ashley Forte and Worthington Kilbourne senior Abby Hunt have been awarded National Achievement Scholarships through the National Merit Scholarship Corp.

Drake steps up in role as Liberty Elementary principal

Susan Drake, who has been with the Worthington City Schools as a teacher and instructional coach since 1999, will take over as principal at Liberty Elementary School in August.

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JEDZ issue withdrawn but will be on ballot

The proposal to create an income tax in Perry Township has been withdrawn from the May 6 ballot at the request of the township trustees.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

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