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Jerome marching band plans tailgate concert Sept. 5

The 172-member strong Dublin Jerome High School Celtics Marching Band will kick off its marching band competition season with a Community Concert Tailgate at 5 p.m. Sept. 5 in the parking lot at Jerome prior to the first home football game.

Immunization clinic set up for children

Franklin County Public Health will offer childhood immunizations by appointment only at a clinic set for 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 3, at the Dublin Recreation Center, 5600 Post Road.

Franklin Park vows

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City Notes

Dublin committed to enforcement of distracted driving law

One of the goals for the Dublin Division of Police is to improve the overall traffic safety in the city.

City to step up enforcement of distracted driving law

In Dublin, police can pull over drivers for talking on a phone, texting or putting on makeup while driving.

City Council OKs incentive packages for businesses to retain, create jobs

Dublin City Council this week approved incentives that will retain more than 100 jobs and create an additional 26.
Capital Improvement Program

$53.8 million of park renovations, improvements planned

Dublin will get greener in the next five years with new parks, expansions and improvements planned.
Capital Improvement Program

Addition, improvements slated for Justice Center

Changes are planned for the Dublin Justice Center next year.

Italian motorcycles, cars to be on display Sunday

Millions of dollars in Italian hardware will be parked for viewing on the grounds of Wendy's corporate headquarters Sunday, Aug. 31.
Police beat

Dublin: Teens nabbed for underage drinking

Two teen-agers were cited for underage drinking at a residence in the 8600 block of Hawick Court between 1:30 and 2:23 a.m. Aug. 10.

Memorial at Defense Logistics Agency honors Rozanski

A memorial honoring a Dublin national guardsman was unveiled this month.

Board expected to hear crowding solution Sept. 8

A recommendation about how to deal with enrollment challenges in the Dublin City School district is expected Sept. 8.

Band members say summer camps makes for better musicians

Marching band season begins with school, but students put a lot of work in before the first bell of the 2014-15 school year rang.
School Notes

District committed to connecting students with successful career path

The Dublin City School District is committed to providing our students with career exploration opportunities in a wide variety of fields.

Stitzlein pleads guilty to disorderly conduct charge

Former Riverside Elementary School principal Connie Stitzlein pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of disorderly conduct this month.
Five-year plan

Dublin's capital improvements could top $202 million

Dublin could spend as much as $202.7 million in capital improvement projects over the next five years.
Taste of Dublin

Want tickets? Buy them early

Dublin’s premier noshing event is likely to sell out.

Dublin Road stretch north of Glick reopens

A stretch of Dublin Road north of Glick Road was reopened Thursday, Aug. 21, a day ahead of schedule.

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