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Dublin earns top credit ratings again

The city of Dublin recently earned the highest possible rating from two of the nation's top credit rating organizations.

Grizzell aids student's cancer battle

When students at Grizzell Middle School learned one of their classmates was diagnosed with leukemia, they rapidly took action.
2017 city budget

3.4 percent spending increase planned

Next year's operating expenditures for the city of Dublin will increase slightly from 2016's figures.

Coming up

"Parenting the Early Years: 10 Traits Your Children Will Remember You By," 4 to 5 p.m. Sundays at St. Andrew Christian Church, 1985 Swansford Drive, Dublin. A free parenting class and discussion group. Child care provided. For more information or to register, call 937-218-9419.
Dublin campus

Ohio U. continues study; city approves master plan

Although Ohio University won't decide whether to move forward with a possible hotel-conference center at its Dublin campus before the year ends, details for how the facility might look have emerged.

Christine's Christmas concert proceeds will benefit Make a Wish

This year's Christine's Christmas concert to be held Saturday, Dec. 10, will raise money to help make children's dreams come true.
Police beat

Dublin: Scammers bilk Sawmill business out of $900

A Dublin business owner lost nearly $900 when someone called and threatened to shut off his electricity.

Council delays complete action on library's plans

Dublin City Council Dec. 5 approved one of two agreements critical to building a new Dublin Branch Library and adjacent parking garage and moved to postpone an agreement with the Columbus Metropolitan Library system until Jan. 10.
Penzone expansion

Appeal of right-of-way mandate is successful

A longtime Dublin business will be able to move forward with a development project after council's approval of the business' appeal of a right-of-way mandate.
From the Superintendent's Desk

Quest for efficiency yields positive results

In 2012, the Dublin City School District Board of Education made a commitment to our community that the operating levy portion of the 2012 ballot issue would last three years. Not only have we been able to make the levy last four years, we anticipate it will last even longer.

District replaces COO post with new role

The Dublin City School District has created a director of strategic planning and transformation position with the goal of incorporating private sector experience to increase the district's efficiency.

Dublin Scioto High School to present 'White Christmas' musical

Dublin Scioto High School had such a great turnout for its first holiday show last year students and teachers decided to make it an annual tradition.

Neighbors in the news

* Brock Wysong, a teacher at Dublin Coffman High School, recently received a $2,000 grant as part of the 2016 Voya Unsung Heroes awards competition.

Dancing in 'The Nutcracker'

Coming up

Holiday Craft Bazaar, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dec. 3 at Dublin Jerome High School, 8300 Hyland-Croy Road. The event will include more than 100 vendors and various handcrafted items.

City considers agreements for library, parking garage

Dublin City Council's first December meeting will include a vote on two agreements that would move forward the Dublin Branch library project and the nearby parking garage.
Ohio University

City Council to vote Dec. 5 on master plan for campus

Ohio University's master plan for its Dublin campus is in its final stage of city approval.

Shier Rings Road plan approved

A guiding document has been finalized that would update the aesthetics of Dublin's Shier Rings Road corridor.
Jerome school site

District likely to purchase land by February deadline

The Dublin City School District has until Feb. 8 to purchase 39.8 acres of land in Nationwide Realty's 1,500-acre Jerome Village development that could be the site of a future elementary and middle school.
Police beat

Dublin: Rash of thefts from vehicles reported throughout city

The parking lot of a business in the 5600 block of Blazer Parkway was the location of four thefts from vehicles reported between 6:36 and 8:25 a.m. Nov. 11.

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