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Worthington Memory Seeks Your 2020 Contributions

Collage showing a "WASH HANDS" sign, a COTA route temporarily closed sign, a Black Lives Matter protest and Black Lives Matter sign

2020 has brought unprecedented challenges and a sweeping activist movement. Worthington Memory is seeking donations of materials related to the Black Lives Matter protests, as well as the COVID-19 pandemic and statewide stay-at-home order as they've been experienced in and around Worthington.

Earliest "Worthington News" issues are now online

Extra, extra! Now you can search the first several decades of the “Worthington News” newspaper online, thanks to a collaboration between Worthington Libraries and the Ohio History Connection.

Worthington Memory wins award

Worthington Memory wins Online History Award from the Reference and User Services Association (RUSA), a division of the American Library Association (ALA).

Welcome to the new Worthington Memory!

We've made our first major redesign in a dozen years!

If you're a regular visitor to Worthington Memory, the first thing you will notice is our fresh, new look.