Worthington Libraries director Chuck Gibson said he is "guardedly optimistic" about the 2.2-mill replacement levy that voters will face on the Nov. 5 ballot.
Voting for a Sharon Township trustee might mean more than touching the screen this year.
Three veteran school board members are being challenged for their seats in the general election.
When David Bressman was looking for a school district in which to raise his sons, he chose Worthington, he said, for a simple reason: More than any other central Ohio district, it invested in teachers and programs rather than bricks and mortar.
When he was elected to the Worthington Board of Education eight years ago, Marc Schare was viewed with skepticism by some local education insiders. Were his views too extreme for the community?
The future will bring Common Core, teacher evaluations, the state-mandated third-grade reading guarantee and new technology.
Ask Worthington Board of Education candidate Sam Shim about any issue facing the schools, and some part of his answer is the same: It is the kids that are most important.
The race for Worthington City Council no longer is contested.
School board candidates Jennifer Best and Marc Schare did not seek and will not accept endorsements from the local teachers union this year.
Worthington City Council will experience a changing of the guard in January after Lou Goorey steps down.
Members of a group opposed to a multiuse path along state Route 161 between Linworth and Sawmill roads have provided a lengthy submission stating their views as part of the National Environmental Policy Act process.
Three people who filed petitions to run in Worthington-area elections will not be on the Nov. 5 ballot, according to a news release from the Franklin County Board of Elections.
All three people who filed as write-ins in the Sharon Township trustees race have been certified by the Franklin County Board of Elections.
With one candidate off the ballot because of improperly filed petitions, three more have stepped up as write-in candidates for the Sharon Township board of trustees.
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