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Egg hunt treats

Hundreds of Dublin area youngsters attended the annual Easter egg hunt in Coffman Park Saturday, April 12.
Bridge Street District

City, schools OK agreement permitting TIFs

An agreement that will help fund infrastructure within the Bridge Street District got the OK from Dublin City Council and the Dublin Board of Education this week.

April 27 event fundraiser for Strides for Sobriety

During his time in rehab, Mike Coyle saw lots of people leave before they were ready.

Revamped Emerald Celebration to debut April 26

A new date and location could breathe new life into a longtime Dublin fundraiser.

Life on the high seas topic for April 21 presentation

Long-time Dublin residents Don and Robin Rose dropped everything, sold their home and moved onto a sailboat, the Robin Lee, nearly 30 years ago.
Volunteers will go to work May 3

Chamber preparing for Community Service Day

Spring cleaning will be done throughout Dublin May 3.
Small Business Community Heroes

ThisWeek , Direct Energy to recognize community service

Direct Energy and ThisWeek Community News announce the launch of the first-ever Columbus Small Business Community Heroes award program. Nominations are being accepted until May 29.
Police beat

Dublin: Wallet missing after falling from pocket

A Dublin man reported his wallet stolen March 29.

City plans May 1 construction forum

Dublin residents planning summer projects around their residences can learn more about needed permits at the Dublin Construction Forum.

Combine for Autism will test NFL skills

A Dublin business will raise money for autism with NFL drills.

Grizzell students raise $20,000 for honor flight

Eighth-graders at Grizzell Middle School will soon finish their Honor Flight fundraiser $5,000 above their goal.

City's fleet receives a high ranking

Dublin was ranked in the top 20 cities in the country when it comes to city fleets.
From the Superintendent's Desk

Plans to address crowding include community engagement

Jan. 27 and March 20, members of the district's planning department presented information to the Dublin City School District Board of Education about the enrollment challenges we currently face.
Maria's Message

Tiberi taking distracted driving program to schools

Distractions are everywhere.

Maynard's efforts in, out of classroom earn recognition

A Coffman High School senior was one of 800 students from throughout the country to earn a scholarship through the National Achievement Scholarship Program last week.

Students public service announcement video shown at Dublin AMC Theater

The work of Dublin City School District students has hit the big screen.


Washington Township

Fire department made positive strides under Woo

Al Woo is looking forward to May 9.

City's Ott to fill post as Washington administrator

Senior Project Manager Sara Ott will leave her position with the city of Dublin, but she won't be going very far.

Phony IRS agents scam thousands from residents

Nine Dublin residents have received calls during the past few months from scammers claiming to be Internal Revenue Service agents.

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