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When Sharon Township voters see the name Duffey on the Nov. 3 ballot, they won't be voting for state Rep. Mike Duffey (R-Worthington).
The Thomas Worthington Theatre Repertory brings a psychological drama to the stage, portraying how the daughter of a deceased mathematical genius copes with her father's death and her fear of following in his footsteps, in Proof.
As part of a series of city incentives for a medical complex development by Trivium LLC at 350 W. Wilson Bridge Road, Worthington City Council unanimously approved a tax-increment financing agreement for the property.
The Blackhawk, which is used mainly for troop transport and medical evacuation, is based at Rickenbacker Air National Guard Base. Watch a video of the Blackhawk perform maneuvers at the event.
Thanks to interest from area brewery Zaftig Brewing Co., Worthington City Council changed the city's codified ordinances to allow breweries, distilleries and wineries in all of its industrial zones.
In a scheduling coincidence, the city of Worthington is preparing to set up a commission to review its city charter with an amendment to that charter slated for the Nov. 3 ballot.
In an attempt to help voters stay informed about local issues and candidates, Worthington Libraries will be displaying information representing "all points of view" on the issues until Nov. 3.
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The following programs are offered by Worthington libraries. Old Worthington Library is at 820 High St.; Northwest Library is at 2280 Hard Road; and Worthington Park Library is at 1389 Worthington Centre Drive. Call 614-807-2626.
The following programs, classes and events are offered by the Peggy R. McConnell Arts Center of Worthington, 777 Evening St. For more information, visit mcconnellarts.org or call 614-431-0329.
Navy Cmdr. Stacy E. Yurich will be reporting for duty as the operational support officer at Littoral Combat Ship Squadron One in San Diego, Calif., in November.
All ages can get into the spirit of the season by attending any one of the frighteningly fun programs planned at Worthington Libraries locations this month.
Worthington police are looking for a pair of juveniles suspected of burglary.
After promising to invest more than $6 million in Worthington, Trivium Development LLC President Tim Spencer said he believes a potential charter amendment on the Nov. 3 ballot could hinder similar investments in the future.
Vendors lined High Street from state Route 161 to South Street, offering holiday gifts, jewelry, home decor, hand-sewn apparel, pottery, woodwork and other artisan crafts.