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Former Masonic Lodge
In 1820, a few of Worthington's founding fathers put together their money and their talents to build a Masonic Temple.
Worthington City Schools officials continue to be pleased with the state report card results, which show that local students again progressed more than projected last year.
The Snow House Apartments proposal was tabled by the Architectural Review Board/Municipal Planning Commission on Sept. 11 but only to allow more time to study the details.
Plans to create a tax-increment-financing district in downtown Worthington will move ahead, but that does not mean Worthington City Council is committed to the idea.
Worthington police surrounded Thomas Worthington High School about 10:50 a.m. Sept. 11 after receiving reports of threats made to "shoot up the school today."
Eight Worthington high school seniors have been named semifinalists in the 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program.
After a year of meetings, haggling, compromise and planning, the city has new guidelines for the redevelopment of the United Methodist Children's Home.
Ohio Music Teachers Association
Each Saturday morning, Melissa Robol's music parlor in her Worthington home becomes a classroom of sorts.
A car was reported stolen from the driveway of a home in the 100 block of Heischman Avenue overnight Sept. 2.
About 200 exhibitor booths and an estimated 20,000 visitors are expected to fill downtown Worthington streets from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 13, as the Worthington Area Chamber of Commerce presents its annual community festival, Old Worthington Market Day.
The Internet has drastically changed the way kids connect with the world. However, in addition to the benefits of access to people, information and ideas, the Internet also poses risks like cyberbullying, privacy and inappropriate material.
Old Worthington Market Day
The Worthington Historical Society will sell antiques and collectibles in two locations during Old Worthington Market Day on Saturday, Sept. 13.
Masonic Lodge, Snow House conversion
A proposal has been filed with the city to convert the Masonic Lodge and the historic Snow House into apartments and to build several town houses in downtown Worthington.