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Exploring creative process is crux of Wonder Project

Pinney Elementary School teacher Matt DeMatteis put to work the wonder of children for his latest yearlong project.

Women's Club awards scholarships to 7 students

Seven Dublin high school students snagged scholarships from the Dublin Women's Philanthropic Club.

Student volunteers receive Irish Festival scholarships

Two seniors were recognized with scholarships recently for their contributions to the Dublin Irish Festival.

Patrick J's plans benefit to help earthquake victims

Patrick J's Bar & Grille, 2711 N. High St. in Clintonville, is hosting a fundraiser Thursday, May 28, to benefit victims of the two recent major earthquakes that have claimed nearly 10,000 lives in Nepal.

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Honoring the fallen on Memorial Day

Dublin area road construction

Businesses, schools want to pass along traffic info

Closures on U.S. Route 33 will start June 8 when improvements to the Interstate 270-U.S. Route 33 interchange begin.

Dublin's seniors to graduate Saturday at OSU

This weekend 1,073 students from all three Dublin City School District high schools will say farewell to their high school days.

Council hears request to permit raising chickens

A subject will soon come to Dublin City Council that could get residents clucking.

Families' shared goal: Help others facing brain surgery

There are few signs that Holland Max and Jessica Blake had brain tumors removed last year.

Sundays at Scioto concert series kicks off June 7

June and July will offer an opportunity to enjoy some ragtime, swing and other music riverside.
Police beat

Dublin: Suspects in purse-snatching incident in police custody

Two suspects in a Dublin purse-snatching incident are in custody.

Bow-Wow Barkery teaches job skills to LIFE students

The Bow-Wow Barkery closed after about a month of business, but will be offering homemade dog treats once again in September.
Lyndsey Rice and Kyle Colello

Scholarships help insure students won't be forgotten

Six years after the deaths of Lyndsey Rice and Kyle Colello, their names are not forgotten.
From the Superintendent's Desk

Members of 2015 class among district's most-exceptional

Almost 1,100 members of the Dublin City Schools class of 2015 will participate in commencement ceremonies Saturday in the Schottenstein Center on the campus of Ohio State University.

Lego wranglers' invention receives a top award

Legos aren't a frequent plaything in the Carr household.

Sinkhole on Coffman Road limits traffic to one lane

Coffman Road is down to one lane as the city works to fix a sinkhole.

Colorful 'plein' art

The contest is organized by the Dublin Area Art League and challenges artists to create an artwork outdoors in Historic Dublin in one day. The artwork from the competition will be on display at the Dublin branch library. In French, en plein air means in the open air.
Riviera housing proposal

Ruma's plans not out of the rough yet

Developer Charles Ruma has had to make many concessions to proceed with his Riviera housing proposal and a few more might also have to come before he gains approval from Dublin City Council.

Library expansion on current site is in the works

The Dublin branch library will get a new building within the next few years, but it will stay put.

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