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The city is seeking public input as the Dublin Division of Police goes through the accreditation process from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, or CALEA, next month.
Several Dublin residents will participate in concerts as part of the Columbus Symphony Youth Orchestras program.
The Dublin City School District is learning to communicate in 140 characters or less.
Dublin Vice Mayor Richard Gerber got grilled at a press conference last week.
The former Digger and Fitch restaurant is set to be demolished next month.
The Dublin Silver Band is using more than just music to show what members of the military go through.
Intelligent Community Forum
Dublin served as a laboratory of best practices for intelligent communities last week.
Distracted Driving Month
During Distracted Driving Month, Dublin Police pulled over 193 drivers for related offenses.
A woman reported to Dublin Division of Police officers several items were stolen from her home in the 6800 block of McDougal Court between 8 a.m. Oct. 8 and 10 a.m. Oct. 14.
Daylight savings time comes to an end this year Sunday, Nov. 2 and marks the 27th anniversary of the Change Your Clock Change Your Battery program, sponsored by Energizer and the International Association of Fire Chiefs.
As enrollment in the Dublin City School District continues to increase, the district is looking at how to answer that growth with space.
The Dublin City School District is closing achievement gaps in reading and math among most of our subgroups.
Franklin County Children Services is seeking a 10-year, 1.9-mill renewal levy -- Issue 4 -- on the general-election ballot Tuesday, Nov. 4.
A portion of Bright Road will be closed Oct. 29 and 30 as work on the final phase of Emerald Parkway continues.
Union County races
Union County residents won't see much in the way of issues or contested local races when they head to the polls Nov. 4.
If there is an Ebola outbreak in central Ohio, Washington Township Fire Department officials say they are ready.
Keller Williams is helping raise funds in the fight against pancreatic cancer by sponsoring PurpleStride-Columbus, a 5K run and family-friendly walk set for 8:45 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 25, at McFerson Commons in downtown Columbus. Agents, staff members and their families hope to raise an additional $10,000 to support the mission of the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network.
Five-year financial forecast
Things are changing for Dublin City School's wallet.
Costumes, decorations, glowing pumpkins and treats are all part of what makes Halloween fun for all ages.
Ideas for the Dublin City School District's new K to Career program will come straight from the source.