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Spectacular Spooktacular

Activities included pumpkin bowling, a Haunted Trail, pumpkin decorating and the Trunk-or-Treat Trail.

Poverty topic for Dublin Community Faith Partners program Oct. 29

Dublin Community Faith Partners is offering a look into a life of poverty.

Bed tax grant application deadline is approaching

Hotel/motel tax grants helped fund several activities this year including the Wayne Williams Memorial Baseball Tournament, the Dublin Kiwanis Frog Jump and a National Intercollegiate Flying Association contest.
Police beat

Dublin: Officers arrest two men riding in stolen vehicle

Two men were arrested by Dublin Police Oct. 14 when officers responded to a report of several car alarms going off.

Hiking the Haunted Trail

Washington fire department steps up Ebola preparedness

If there is an Ebola outbreak in central Ohio, Washington Township Fire Department officials say they are ready.

City keeping tabs on intersection crash data

Dublin stayed off the most-recent Top 40 Regional High-Crash Intersection list for central Ohio.

New turn lane, restrictions coming to Avery-Muirfield and Tullymore drives

A fix is coming to the intersection of Avery-Muirfield and Tulleymore drives next year.

Council OKs rezoning, preliminary plans for Avondale Woods

Although a final plan will still need approval, a development that will bring 360 new single- and multi-family housing units to Dublin's south side cleared a hurdle last week.

Auto show support earns award

For the last 8 years, Brent Crawford and Bob Hoying have shared their facilities with car owners from the 48 States and Canada.

Ghost tours in Dublin are growing in popularity

Since starting Olde Town Ghost Tours in 2012, Becky Schisler has seen some spooky things.
Smoke Signals

These simple tips can help make Halloween safer

Costumes, decorations, glowing pumpkins and treats are all part of what makes Halloween fun for all ages.
Nov. 4 election

Children Services makes case for renewal levy

Franklin County Children Services is working hard to protect neglected youngsters and earn voters' trust, an agency official says.
Franklin County auditor

Nov. 4 race pits incumbent against UA councilman

Franklin County Auditor Clarence Mingo says his leadership experience and dedication to efficient property appraisals set him apart in his bid for re-election next month, while challenger Mike Schadek promises to bring greater transparency and more ethical accountability to the office.
Union County races

Auditor, commissioner running unopposed

Union County residents won't see much in the way of issues or contested local races when they head to the polls Nov. 4.
Five-year financial forecast

District should have balances through FY 2018-19

Things are changing for Dublin City School's wallet.

Industry officials asked to help shape K to Career program

Ideas for the Dublin City School District's new K to Career program will come straight from the source.

Working Wednesdays will provide teachers time for collaboration

Dublin high school students will have a chance to catch a few extra minutes of sleep on Wednesdays.

Tuller Flats deal could help pay for John Shields Parkway

The proposed Tuller Flats development that is expected to bring 420 apartments to Dublin could help pay for the majority of the construction costs for John Shields Parkway.
VIDEO: FNL Band Edition

OMEA adjudicated Dublin Band Showcase set

Dublin's three high schools will be part of the first marching band competition at Jerome High School Oct. 18.

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