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Mural forges community bond

Dublin's latest mural may be underground, but it's got its eye on the sky.
Sawmill Parkway

'Monumental' road extension officially underway

Delaware County and city of Delaware officials said a groundbreaking ceremony at the current terminus of Sawmill Parkway was the perfect time to celebrate the area's past and future.

Taylor excited to lead chamber during anniversary

Breanne Taylor's rise in the Dublin Chamber of Commerce has been fast.

Papsidero returns to planning division

Vince Papsidero Jr. has been named Dublin's new planning director.
Police beat

Dublin: Thief nabs $2,000 in tools

Tools valued at more than $2,000 were stolen from the 7000 block of Tuscany Drive between 4 p.m. July 17 and 9:26 a.m. July 20, according to a report from Dublin police.

Festival organizers cook up ethnic-food demonstrations

The Dublin Irish Festival is adding a dash of something new this year.
Dublin Irish Festival

Emerald Isle will envelop Coffman Park

From the reddest hair contest and Irish egg rolls to Gaelic Storm and the Highland Games, Dublin's Coffman Park will reflect the Emerald Isle everywhere.
Dublin Irish Festival

Cultural offerings span first-timers, old favorites

Lessons in making linen, songwriting, leatherwork and the Irish alphabet all are available at this year's Dublin Irish Festival.
City Manager's Notes

Bridge Park development set to move forward

Dublin City Council's vision for the Bridge Street District is beginning to emerge in the Scioto River corridor where there was once declining property value and lack of vibrancy.

City: CNG snowplows are solid investment

Dublin added a few new snowplows to its fleet that won't be powered by the usual suspects.

Church program gives wheel-life lessons for kids

Bicycles were piled into a moving truck, pickup, vans and anywhere else volunteers could find space last week.

Amazon eyeing land in Etna, Obetz for fulfillment center

Amazon could bring another 2,000 jobs to Ohio with a fulfillment center, according to state officials.

Store owner's trip to award has many pieces, just like her quilts

It took Cathy Daum 17 years to complete her first quilt.

Longtime Dublin council member not seeking re-election

A longtime Dublin City Council member is stepping away at the end of her council term.

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Immunization clinic set up for children

Franklin County Public Health will offer childhood immunizations by appointment only at a clinic set for 9:40 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 5, at the Dublin Recreation Center, 5600 Post Road.

Crews spraying for mosquitos after West Nile confirmed

Spraying will be done all over Dublin this week after a mosquito pool tested positive for West Nile virus.

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College notes

* Miami University has announced its spring 2015 semester president's (top three percent ranking among undergraduates) and dean's (top 10 percent) lists.

On the move

Dave McKee, vice president of Worthington-based Priority Mortgage and a Dublin resident, has been named president of the Board of Trustees of the Ohio Mortgage Bankers Association for 2015-16.

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