Dublin is in talks with JPMorgan Chase to bring 500 new jobs to the city.
With warm weather here and the annual street maintenance program set, Dublin residents can expect to see road closures and detours over the next few months.
Dublin is eying a tax increment finance district to help fund the construction of a road off Tuller Ridge Drive.
The Dublin City School District will call on the expertise of the Dublin Counseling Center to help students with mental health or substance abuse problems.
Six local organizations were awarded grants from the Dublin Foundation last week.
Ken Rodgers is a fixture at the Memorial Tournament, holding nearly every volunteer job in his 12 years helping out.
Living in a household of men didn't stop Susan McCrabb from establishing a girls-only club at Pinney Elementary School.
Girls tend to shy away from science, technology, engineering and math, but a new Dublin club is aiming to change that.
Jinseok Yang will be at Yale next year, but he's leaving his options open for his future.
Dublin will be the star of the show at the upcoming Green Energy Ohio events.
Dublin will have two more representatives than usual at Buckeye Boys and Girls State this year as eight juniors attend the summer camp that gives hands-on experience in government.
Dublin's three high schools made Newsweek magazine's list of the top high schools nationwide.
This is one of my last columns as Dublin City Schools Superintendent and I wanted to take this opportunity to reflect on my time here, and to take a look forward to the future for this district.
A strong-arm robbery was reported at a business in the 6500 block of Perimeter Drive between 1:30 and 1:36 p.m. May 3.
Mulch is widely used in Central Ohio landscapes for both aesthetic and functional purposes.
The Dublin Area Chamber of Commerce will help young career professionals with career planning at a June 20 seminar.
Coffman High School's student news magazine, The Perspective, took several honors from the Ohio Scholastic Media Association.
Rachel Loper, a 2009 graduate of Dublin Scioto High School, received a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship award to both Germany and Austria.
The American Red Cross will conduct a blood drive from 1 to 6 p.m. Monday, May 20, at Dublin Community Church, 81 W. Bridge St.
The fourth annual musical thank-you for the men and women of the armed services is scheduled for Thursday, May 16, in the Northland High School auditorium.
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