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Dublin mosquito traps test positive for West Nile

After mosquito traps in west parts of Dublin tested positive for West Nile virus, Franklin County Public Health will spray areas of the city for the bug tonight, July 31.

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Picnic for the Pipes

On the move

* Dublin resident Timothy Michaels was named to the Ohio Society of CPAs (OSCPA) Executive Board at the OSCPA's Leadership Summit and annual meeting eld recently in Columbus.
Dublin Irish Festival

Hammers, stones, cabers and sheep will surely fly

Athletes from throughout the U.S. will converge on the Dublin Irish Festival to throw the heavy hammer and stone and toss the caber.

Recent spike in thefts and burglaries reported in Dublin

Dublin Division of Police officials last week warned residents to be vigilant because the number of burglaries and thefts from vehicles has increased.
Dublin Irish Festival

All things Irish will fill Coffman Park Aug. 1-3

The Dublin Irish Festival will fill Coffman Park offering music, dancing, culture and other Emerald Isle activities Friday through Sunday, Aug. 1-3.
Dublin Irish Festival

Volunteers an essential part of event's annual success

More than 1,200 volunteers will work 1,700 shifts at the Dublin Irish Festival this weekend.

Students' art to be part of 'emerging' exhibition

Artwork will be accepted until Friday, Aug. 1 and the Dublin Arts Council is predicting another good year for student art in the "emerging" exhibition.
Police Beat

Dublin: Woman charged with receiving stolen property

A Columbus woman was charged with receiving stolen property after a Dublin police officer stopped her vehicle was stopped by police on Interstate 270 near Tuttle Crossing Boulevard about 11:30 p.m. July 11.
Smoke signals

Propane economical, versatile fuel when used safely

Propane, also called LP gas, is a safe, economical, clean-burning and versatile fuel when properly used. Regardless of the type of energy you use, safety is extremely important.
Ohio State Fair

Band experience prepares Crouse for Scioto marching season

Ian Crouse has been spending a lot of time at the Ohio State Fair.
Columbus Marathon Patient Champion

Dublin 8-year-old's goal is inspiring for runners

Running will be part of Emma Dickman's quest to walk.
Dublin Leadership Academy

Program educates and energizes teachers

Dublin Leadership Academy organizers Laurie Coon and Marla Morris are hoping they can help teachers start the school year Aug. 20 refreshed and re-energized.

Ding attends Kent State Piano Institute

Incoming Dublin Coffman High School freshman Alan Ding took part in a piano institute this summer.
Dublin Irish Festival

Ferrier proud to serve as honorary chairman

Since moving to the central Ohio area in 2010, Brian Ferrier has been part of the Dublin Irish Festival.
Dublin Irish Festival

Thursday 5K will get event off to running start

A tradition will get the Dublin Irish Festival running, July 31.
Dublin Irish Festival

Academy classes teach Irish culture and music

The Dublin Irish Festival Academy will offer opportunities to learn about Irish culture and music during the annual Irish festival.
Third-Grade Reading Guarantee

94.5 percent of Dublin students pass assessment test

Up to five Dublin City School students could be held back this fall because of the third-grade reading guarantee.

Emerald City Music games will mark 10th year July 28

Drum and bugle corps from throughout the country will strut their stuff in Dublin for the 10th year later this month.

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