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The Dublin Board of Education is expected to approve an agreement with the Columbus City School District to permanently secure the suburban district’s boundaries.
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* Dublin-area students who were recognized at the Wittenberg University Honors Convocation for achievements in academic and co-curricular activities include Matthew Briskey, Abigail DeVantier, Katherine DeVantier, Rebecca Fiete, Megan Flaherty, Hannah Hunt, John Long, Benjamin McCarty, Joel Sotos and Brent Whitehead.
* Kevin Lake, a member of Boy Scout Troop 117 in Dublin, received the Glenn A. and Melinda W. Adams National Eagle Scout Service Project of the Year Award on May 16.
Triplets and twins at Dublin Coffman High School have grown quite accustomed to being together in classrooms or schools but that will likely change come the fall.
Memorial Day observance
For retired Green Beret Sean Clifton, the keynote speaker of Dublin's Memorial Day Observance, the day represents not just a chance to honor veterans and their families who have sacrificed to serve their country, but the seventh anniversary of his wartime injury and return home.
This coming summer will be a period of intense maintenance activity in our schools.
Dublin-area residents will get a new local publication at their homes next week.
While all eyes might be on the greens during the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide May 30 through June 5, the annual event spurs an increase in green for the city and the region.
Dublin will have road construction projects going on during the upcoming Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide, Monday, May 30, through June 5, but Paul Hammersmith, Dublin's director of engineering, said the city has worked hard to structure and sequence projects in a way to impact the tournament as little as possible.
Master plan approved
The Riverside Park project can enter the next phase of development thanks to Dublin City Council's approval of the master plan Monday, May 23.
An 80-year-old Dublin woman was the victim of theft after letting a woman posing as a nursing aide into her home.
Relay For Life
A new venue is just one of the changes made to this year's Relay For Life of Dublin.
The city of Dublin and the Dublin Convention and Visitors Bureau both received Central Ohio Public Relations Society of America PRism awards designed to honor exceptional public relations activities.
Police Memorial Service
Dublin community members paid tribute to law enforcement officers from Franklin, Union and Delaware counties who lost their lives in the line of duty during the annual Dublin Police Memorial Service on May 13 at the Dublin Justice Center.
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* Dublin-area students named to the Belmont University dean's list for the spring 2016 semester include Madeline Easdale, Sierra Filson and Michael Robinson.
Pepper Construction, a Dublin-based company, recently partnered with more than 40 businesses to raise funds for Junior Achievement of Central Ohio at the company's seventh annual Casino Night.
Chris Manning, a fourth-grade teacher at Scottish Corners Elementary School in Dublin, recently was named United Art and Education Teacher of the Year.
Aaron R. Stephens recently was promoted to senior vice president and regional market executive at Civista Bank.