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Worthington goes with assistant superintendent to lead district

The Worthington school board opted for a familiar face to replace outgoing Superintendent Thomas Tucker, who is leaving at the end of the school year. Assistant Superintendent Trent Bowers will take over as schools chief in July, the school board announced today.

Columbus school board approves support-staff contract despite questions

The Columbus Board of Education unanimously approved a new three-year union contract for more than 3,000 non-teaching employees, after some union members charged that the union's vote in favor of the contract was rigged.

Slain pizza delivery man was working on what should have been night off

He wasn’t even supposed to be working. Wednesday was a day off for James A. Crabtree Jr., a delivery driver for Grandma’s Pizza on the East Side. But the next day was Beggars Night, and he wanted to be able to take his 5-year-old daughter trick or treating. So Crabtree switched with another driver.

Owner of Harvest pizzerias plans Downtown restaurant

The growing empire of pizza restaurant owner Chris Crader will soon have a Downtown location, but it will not serve his signature dish. Best known for his two Harvest pizzerias, Crader’s new – and unnamed -- restaurant will be located in a 7,000-square-foot space on the ground floor of the 12-story, $50 million mixed-use project being built by the Daimler Group and Kaufman Development at 250 S. High St. “We won’t be doing pizza, we don’t want to jeopardize business at our German Village location,” Crader said.

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