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Fire department plans open houses

The Washington Township Fire Department will host open houses from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 4, for National Fire Prevention Week.

Arts Council plans the D'Art Dash 5K

The Dublin Arts Council gallery cat, D'Art, has inspired the inaugural D'Art Dash 5K run and walk Oct. 11.

Construction forum slated for Oct. 9

Dublin will outline the Bridge Street District, e-tools and process changes at an Oct. 9 construction forum.

Violin virtuoso Shoji to perform

Japanese violin virtuoso Sayaka Shoji will play the Abbey Theater Oct. 14.

Coming up

Friends of the Sawmill Wetlands, free programming, 10 a.m. to noon Oct. 3 at the Sawmill Wetlands State Education Area, west of The Andersons store on Sawmill Place Boulevard. Parking is available in the Sawmill Wetlands parking lot with overflow parking in the lot adjacent to Whole Foods Market.

Halloween Spooktacular is Oct. 15

Dublin will host Halloween fun with its annual Spooktacular Oct. 15.
Snow school

Pleasant weather allows snow plow crews to examine routes

Despite sunny skies and temperatures in the low 80s, Dublin this week prepared its snow warriors for another winter.
Jacquemin Farms

Traffic remains concern in development proposal

A decision about a rezoning request for Jacquemin Farms has again been delayed, but must be made next month.
Sept. 23 forum

Candidates focus on Historic Dublin plans

The vitality of Historic Dublin as the Bridge Street District develops is on the minds of some.
Police beat

Dublin: Businesses report parts stolen from parked vehicles

Two Dublin businesses reported parts stolen from vehicles parked in their lots between Sept. 20 and 22.

Rain puts phase of 270-33 project behind schedule

Heavy rains pushed back the anticipated opening date of U.S. Route 33 and two loop ramps at the Interstate 270-U.S. Route 33 interchange in Dublin.
Washington Township

Fire department seeks levy renewal on fall ballot

The Washington Township Fire Department will ask voters to renew a five-year, 8.25-mill levy on the Nov. 3 general election ballot.
City Council election

Candidates offer stands on Bridge Street District

Opinions about the Bridge Street District vary among Dublin City Council candidates.
Smoke Signals

Testing is key to keeping smoke alarms working

Every 85 seconds, a home fire impacts the life of an American family.
School notes

Higher enrollment means higher costs, but district has plan

What are the financial implications of an unexpected surge in student enrollment?

Challenge events Oct. 10 will use cardboard, creativity

Cardboard is key in the 2015 Community Cardboard Challenge, as students, teachers, parents and community members rip apart cardboard boxes and use the pieces to solve a number of creative challenges.

Dublin school district has 44 Commended Scholars

The Dublin City School District had a record-breaking year for Commended Scholars in the National Merit Scholarship competition.

Saelzler earns Safe Routes to School grant from ODOT

Marisa Saelzler has been getting students bicycles through the Wright Wheels program.

Irish Festival leads city’s list of award-winners

Dublin took numerous awards at the International Festivals and Events Association Convention and Expo last month.

Construction progresses on Bridge Park's $350 million mixed-use development

Construction trucks rumbled by as Crawford Hoying celebrated a ground-breaking for Bridge Park last week.

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