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Making a careful selection

The market will run from 8 a.m. to noon Saturdays through October in downtown Worthington.

Beth Tikvah educator receives prestigious title

Morissa R. Freiberg, director of education at Congregation Beth Tikvah, has earned the prestigious title of Reform Jewish Educator.

Pack 357 announces Pinewood Derby champions

Sale of UMCH site still subject of concern

After years of discussion, planning and searching, it seems that Worthington is close to a buyer for the United Methodist Children's Home site.

Diplomas set for May 24 distribution

Worthington City Schools' classes of 2015 will graduate soon, accepting high school diplomas from favorite teachers or staff members and taking their first steps into the future.
Shootout for Soldiers

Lacrosse teams take field for veterans

Thomas Worthington High School fans are used to being able to watch their team play lacrosse at Hamilton Field.

Tentative pact provides raises for firefighters

The city of Worthington has tentatively came to an agreement with the International Association of Firefighters Local 3498 for a new collective-bargaining agreement for firefight- ers.
State Route 161

Repaving project set for 2016

In cooperation with the Ohio Department of Transportation, Worthington is set to spend more than $100,000 on a project to repave state Route 161.

Memorial Day parade time to remember, remain alert

As Worthington observes Memorial Day this weekend, police Chief James Mosic is reminding residents to be safe.
Police beat

Worthington: Hallucinating man damages school's restroom

A 22-year-old Worthington man was taken by Worthington police for psychiatric evaluation after causing damage inside Thomas Worthington High School, 300 W. Dublin Granville Road, May 12.

Forum examines pros, cons of standardized tests

As Ohio legislators ponder whether to restructure the new PARCC and AIR state assessments based on the recommendations of a testing advisory committee, the League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Columbus will hold a public forum on the subject.

Selected for Socratic Society

Cardinal Creed Award recipients for April named

Library lines

Group lands on 'The Martian'

Mark Watney is on Mars! The fact that he's there is really amazing, but it's be great if he weren't stranded on the desolate red rock alone, with very little chance of making it home alive.

Leadership Worthington holds Service Day

Leadership Worthington conducted its 22nd annual Service Day Saturday, May 2, completing 71 jobs and assisting senior citizens around Worthington.

Historical society bus tours continue

The Worthington Historical Society's Historic Bus Tours will continue with tours of the historic districts at 1 p.m. Wednesday, May 27, and 2 p.m. Saturday, May 30.

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