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Spraying will be done all over Dublin this week after a mosquito pool tested positive for West Nile virus.
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* Miami University has announced its spring 2015 semester president's (top three percent ranking among undergraduates) and dean's (top 10 percent) lists.
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.
Dublin Irish Festival
Time is key to getting the most out of the Dublin Irish Festival, experienced attendees say.
Bridge Park apartments
Apartments have drawn attention during the final steps toward making Bridge Park a reality.
Construction on Bridge Park could start in August.
Dublin police officers are investigating a stabbing that occurred July 20 on Briardale Court.
Dublin Irish Festival
The lineup of entertainment at the 2015 Dublin Irish Festival is long, but nothing compared to the lengthy list of bands from which the committee works.
Dublin Area Art League
The work of local artists will be hanging around Historic Dublin for the next few weeks.
The Dublin Chamber of Commerce announced a new leadership group to guide the organization during the next year.
Propane, also called LP gas, is a safe, economical, clean-burning and versatile fuel when properly used.
Digging trenches, painting and building latrines aren't usually high on the list of summer fun.
Eight new classrooms are coming to Dublin Jerome High School.
Changes could be coming to the Dublin City School District's younger classrooms.
Dublin police are investigating a stabbing that occurred July 20 on Briardale Court.
BMI Federal Credit Union, second Emerald Cruise-in, 1 to 5 p.m. July 25 at its Dublin branch, 6165 Emerald Parkway. Admission is free; all years, makes and models are welcome. The first 50 cars will receive dash plaques. Other activities include music, door prizes and food trucks.
The Slider Challenge did a lot more than fill stomachs.
Dublin City Council this week heard the first reading of an economic development agreement for Bridge Park that includes a $43.1 million investment from the city.