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A Tea Party, 10 a.m. Nov. 9 at Scioto Country Club, 2196 Riverside Drive, Columbus. Life coach Tammy Fleishman will speak. The event will include a silent auction, vendors, raffle, style show and luncheon. All proceeds will benefit the Medical & Nursing Student Scholarship Fund. Registration is $50 per person. For more information or to RSVP, call 614-442-1980.
Kids and their canines can pick up Halloween treats from about 15 locations in Historic Dublin Saturday, Oct. 29
Franklin County Public Health will offer adult and child immunizations by appointment only from 9:40 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 2 and 16 in the Dublin Community Recreation Center, 5600 Post Road.
A few short weeks before Election Day, the Franklin County Board of Elections is in the midst of the massive process of ensuring that every registered voter can contribute to the tally.
Ownership has changed a few times since the Dublin Veterinary Clinic opened in 1966, but employees there have cared for animals in much the same way as they did since the practice opened 50 years ago.
A Dublin woman told police she will continue to send money to someone claiming to be a customs broker for a cousin outside of the country who allegedly required money.
A 47-year old Dublin man has been indicted for theft and identity fraud exceeding $200,000, according to an Oct. 19 press release from the Franklin County Prosecuting Attorney's office.
Dublin City Council members weren't satisfied with Crawford Hoying's proposed changes for a Bridge Park parking garage and have asked the developer to design another alternative.
Amazon's three massive central Ohio data centers are up and running, providing customers that depend on the company faster speeds for handling data and a more secure backup for accessing and storing data.
Theater students at Dublin Scioto High School will invite the unknown into the production of their upcoming play, "Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind: 30 Plays in 60 Minutes."
Heroin is a national, state and local epidemic.
Fight against colorectal cancer
Every year since Carleen Taylor established the Race for Hope in 2004, she's donned a T-shirt on race day bearing the names of people who have been lost to colorectal cancers.
Updated 5:05 p.m. Oct. 25
Dublin Coffman High School football coach Mark Crabtree has been suspended for the first two playoff games this season because of a recruiting violation, the Ohio High School Athletic Association announced Oct. 25.
"The Bootlegger's Ball," 6 p.m. Oct. 29 and Nov. 18 at The Morgan House, 5300 Glick Road, Dublin. The event includes a two-hour show and three-course meal. For more information, visit projectmurdermystery.com.
Jennifer L. Livermore, of Dublin, recently was promoted to client relations team leader at investment management and financial advisory firm Hamilton Capital Management Inc.
Mario and Mary Ochoa of Hilliard buy food from Eric Win at the Cupzilla food truck during the first Dublin BREAD! Festival on Oct. 15. ...
Thousands of lil' ghosts and goblins and boys and ghouls will gather in the north meadow of Coffman Park for the annual Dublin Halloween Spooktacular on Thursday, Oct. 20.
Route 33 corridor
A portion of the funding from a nearly $6 million federal grant will enable Dublin to make its vehicle fleet smarter.
Frank McGarvey got into storytelling after, in his words, he retired "way too young."