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Board to Hear Updated Plan for Worthington Site

Brent Warren Brent Warren Board to Hear Updated Plan for Worthington Site

An updated proposal for the former United Methodist Children’s Home site in Worthington will be reviewed by the city’s Architectural Review Board/Municipal Planning Commission next month. The latest plan for the 37-acre site calls for more office space and fewer residential units than a proposal from last fall that was reviewed by the board in January. […]

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The Hungarian Butcher Opening Up Shop this Fall

Susan Post Susan Post The Hungarian Butcher Opening Up Shop this Fall

The Hungarian Butcher is gearing up for a fall opening at 2177 W Dublin-Granville Rd. in Linworth. The operation will be helmed by local Chef Dan Varga, who has built his experience in kitchens across the city, from Oscar’s and Tucci’s of Dublin, to The Refectory and Ray Ray’s. “This has been a lifelong dream […]

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New Chapter Ahead as Sassafras Bakery Closes

Susan Post Susan Post New Chapter Ahead as Sassafras Bakery Closes

Sassafras Bakery will give it one last go, this Saturday, August 21, then close the doors to its Worthington bakery, 657 High St. However, posts announcing the imminent closure promise a new chapter and end with a word to watch the bakery’s social media channels, “for up to date information on how you can participate […]

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Radiant Yoga and Wellness Reopens, Restarts SUP Classes

Nancy Alkire Nancy Alkire Radiant Yoga and Wellness Reopens, Restarts SUP Classes

“I cannot begin to express my gratitude for the support and engagement of this community,” says Aimee Pruitt, owner of Radiant Yoga and Wellness in Old Worthington. “The fact that we are able to reopen is a true testament to this community.” Opening day featured sold out classes and very grateful teachers and students. “The […]

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Retail Roundup: Relocations, Closings and New Shops on the Horizon

Taijuan Moorman Taijuan Moorman Retail Roundup: Relocations, Closings and New Shops on the Horizon

In a tough year and a half for many industries, including retail, it’s not all bad news for Columbus shops and boutiques. Local favorites are relocating, and a few shops that are “closing” would more accurately be described as downsizing. Plus, a flea and summer market frequenter arrives soon to Clintonville. Check out the latest […]

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Bites & Sips: Reopenings, Vegan Nuggets, Eats in Dublin & More

Susan Post Susan Post Bites & Sips: Reopenings, Vegan Nuggets, Eats in Dublin & More

There’s oh so much to eat (and drink!) in Columbus! The dining scene welcomes back some big names, Dublin gets its own food tour, Land-Grant and Columbus Crew continue their partnership and much, much more! Read on to find out what’s happening in the drinking and dining scene in Central Ohio! Hot Chicken Takeover Debuts […]

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Worthington Mall Plan Gets First Approval

Brent Warren Brent Warren Worthington Mall Plan Gets First Approval

Editor’s note (3/31/21): This article was updated with information about the dismissal of a lawsuit against the developer. Worthington’s municipal planning commission voted last week to approve the rezoning of the Shops at Worthington Place, clearing the way for Dallas-based developer Direct Retail Partners (DRP) to redevelop the site. The first phase of the plan […]

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The Columbus Coffee Festival Returns!

The 6th Annual Columbus Coffee Festival returns on Saturday September 25th and Sunday September 26th!

CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS & INFORMATION