worthington

Black and white photo of Large angled roof on  home at 503 Evergreen Circle was part of Rush Creek villages application to the National Register of Historic Places.
National Park Service / archive.gov

Central Ohio is home to many historic neighborhoods with unique architectural identities. Most neighborhoods, such as German Village and Victorian Village, are heavily influenced by European architecture.

There is one neighborhood, however, that has a decidedly modern American influence. 

An Ohio Historical Marker honoring Worthington native and Confederate General Roswell Ripley has been removed from outside his childhood home.
Columbus Neighborhoods / WOSU Public Media

Worthington officials says an historic marker outside the former home of a Confederate general was removed in anticipation of protests.

The marker commemorated General Roswell Ripley, who was born and raised in Worthington.

Worthington's Well-Planned Past and Future

Sep 25, 2014

11 am

From its founding in 1803, the city of Worthington was a carefully planned community. Characterized by its New England-influenced architecture and village green, the city faces questions of how to embrace expansion of business and residences and still retain its charm. This hour we'll look at how this historic city is responding to modern pressures.

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