A video about Worthington Ohio* from Real Living starts at the Doll Museum at the Old Rectory on the corner of New England Ave.and Oxford Street in Old Worthington.
The Real Living Story talks a lot about Old Worthington which is a community treasure, but it is only a small part of the City of Worthington. A previous entry here describes that historic neighborhood in some detail: A New England Village in Central Ohio
Most of Worthington is very walkable. There are great shops and restaurants on High Street in Worthington. There are community events on the green.
Other Worthington residential neighborhoods include:
Rush Creek Village - a Worthington neighborhood of Usonian designed homes. Written about in detail in the New York Times (may require a sign in) and a San Diego site as well as others. History but a different era.
Colonial Hills has an entry on Wikipedia - 1940's era homes with an interesting history.
Worthington Estates is a sought after Worthington neighborhood within walking distance of the elementary, middle and high schools.
Other Worthington neighborhoods include Wilson Hills, Olentangy Hills, Worthingway, Medick Estates, and Potters Creek.
Linworth, once a village between Dublin and Worthington on Dublin-Granville Rd. is part of the city of Worthington with a mixture of styles and ages of homes .
Sometimes Riverlea gets confusing. Riverlea is a separate village, encircled by Worthington.... actually Riverlea has the river on the west, but Worthington on the other three sides. The Village of Riverlea has it's own mayor and city council. Riverlea is part of the Worthington School District and contracts with Worthington for police and fire service.
The City of Worthington Website*
What's happening in Worthington now? There are two weekly papers to keep you up to date, as well as the Columbus Dispatch.
The Real Living Story about Worthington says "Worthington is a charming, New England village located in the heart of Ohio. Before you plan your move to Worthington, contact a Real Living agent. " Although the last line should read "Before you plan your move to Worthington, contact Maureen McCabe..." in my humble opinion.
Edit 2012 * the video has moved and the link is broken. The Columbus Dispatch bought the other Worthingon paper (the whole chain of newspapers and then some) , so there is only one Worthington paper. I have no idea what happend to the city link but it is broken.