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Trent Bowers, assistant superintendent of Worthington schools, will step into the top position July 1.
Worthington Board of Education members say their constituents tell them they're disappointed the district's superintendent is moving on.
MORPC crash report for Worthington
The intersection with the most traffic accidents in Worthington is North High Street and Wilson Bridge Road, but one is more likely to be injured in a crash a half mile east, at East Wilson Bridge and Worthington-Galena roads.
Worthington Community Center
The city is suing the architect and general contractor responsible for constructing the addition to the Worthington Community Center in 2002.
The short-term forecast for Worthington City Schools' finances is bright and sunny.
Kilbourne football field
Construction could begin as early as next summer on a synthetic field at the Worthington Kilbourne High School football stadium.
What's the Big Idea? It is a $100,000 grant that will be awarded for an innovative project in the Worthington City Schools this year.
Thursday for some, Friday for most
This is not a trick. Beggars Night really is on two nights this year.
The Fifth Third Bank, 6895 N. High St., was robbed by a man claiming to have a gun at 9:09 a.m. Oct. 25.
The Columbus Guitar Society Ensemble will appear in concert at 2 p.m. Nov. 9, at Highlands Presbyterian Church, 6909 Smoky Row Road, as part of Highlands' Second Sunday Meredith Berk Memorial Series.
Several Worthington residents will participate in concerts as part of the Columbus Symphony Youth Orchestras program this week.
If your daily to-do list is turning into a bit of a monster, relax. Worthington Libraries has made it frighteningly easy for you to cross off at least one item.
The following programs are offered by Worthington libraries. Call 614-807-2626.
Thomas Tucker is leaving his position as superintendent of Worthington City Schools to take the top post with the Princeton school district near Cincinnati.