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As people from all over central Ohio squeezed into the McConnell Arts Center during its fifth-anniversary celebration, it seemed reflective of the five years themselves.
Worthington school board members say repealing the Common Core curriculum would hurt Worthington children and cost taxpayers millions of dollars in wasted expense.
Hardware store robbery
A man who tried to steal tools from Schreiner Ace Hardware escaped after an employee chased him for several blocks Aug. 19.
The early morning parking ban in downtown Worthington has been lift- ed.
Spectators, children and amateur and professional cyclists are expected to participate in and watch the Tour of Ohio Bike Race that will wind through the streets of Worthington Estates on Aug. 29.
A patron and a lifeguard reported being assaulted by an unknown male at the Worthington Pool, 400 W. Granville Road, at 5:20 p.m. Aug. 23.
When they started school Monday, Aug. 18, students and staff members at three Worthington elementary schools were greeted with new floors, carpets and bright splashes of new paint on the walls.
To get a quick taste of what is in store for Worthington next year, take a trip to the Fresh Thyme Farmers Market that opened in Dublin on Aug. 13.
The history of African-Americans in Worthington and the community's two cemeteries will be the focus of two bus tours set for Wednesday, Aug. 27.
One of downtown Worthington's most recognizable fixtures has hung up his apron.
The 200th anniversary of Orange Johnson's arrival in Worthington will be celebrated this Sunday, Aug. 24, at the house that bears his name.
A woman who allegedly stole items from a local gas station was caught and charged with theft by Worthington police Aug. 11.
Two of Worthington Libraries' three Homework Help Centers will reopen for the 2014-15 school year with new hours.
A detailed design of the Ohio Statehouse won Best of Show at the Minecraft competition Aug. 9 at Worthington's McConnell Arts Center.
The third annual Battle of Hard Road Food Fight will be held at Worthington Kilbourne's home football game against Dublin Scioto High School on Friday, Aug. 29.