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Aiming for the stars

Lenz says hands-on astronaut camp lessons are priceless

Building a rocket, performing a flight simulation and meeting a former astronaut were just a few of the things Dublin Jerome High School student Katie Lenz got to do during a leadership camp.
Dublin's Rings Road

Cardinal Health deal will retain 2,000 jobs

Dublin will pay approximately $2.5 to $3 million to expand a parking lot at 5100 Rings Road as part of an incentive package for Cardinal Health, which plans to occupy the property for a 12-year lease term.
Community Service Day

Hundreds of volunteers make a difference locally

Volunteers will cover more than 70 sites in the Dublin City School District for the Dublin Chamber of Commerce and Leadership Dublin Community Service Day, to be held from 8:30 a.m. to noon May 7.
Community Service Day

Seniors, others appreciate help from volunteers

Last year was the first time Dublin City School District resident Pat Bright used the volunteer assistance provided to seniors as part of the Dublin Chamber of Commerce and Leadership Dublin Community Service Day, and she said the experience was a positive one.
Strides for Sobriety 5K

Event raises funds to offset treatment costs

Registration for the third Strides for Sobriety 5K have doubled since last year's event, according to the organization's founder Ramona Penland-Coyle.

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Davis Middle School honor roll

Students who were named recently to the honor and merit rolls at Davis Middle School included:

Jerome sets baccalaureate ceremony

Dublin Jerome High School will hold a baccalaureate ceremony at 7:30 p.m. May 3 in St. Patrick's Episcopal Church, 7121 Muirfield Drive, Dublin.

Dublin Singers to perform 20th anniversary show

The Dublin Singers will present their 20th anniversary spring show at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, April 29 and 30, and at 3 p.m. May 1 in the Abbey Theater at the Dublin Community Recreation Center, 5600 Post Road, in Dublin.

3 Palms opening at Dublin's Bridge Park in spring 2017

Crawford Hoying on April 20 announced it has added 3 Palms Pizzeria and Bakery to its list of tenants at Bridge Park.

Meeting to cover broadband internet

Dublin Chief Information Officer Doug McCollough is inviting residents interested in discussing possible access to broadband internet services to a public meeting, planned for 6 to 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 27, in the Dublin Community Recreation Center, Talla 3.

Neighbors in the news

Sean Leugers, of Dublin, has published an original article titled "A Review of the Current Status of Running Buffalo Clover (Trifolium stoloniferum) in Ohio" in the scientific journal Ohio Biological Survey Notes.

On the move

Megan Kelley of Dublin recently was appointed to the Ohio Ethics Commission for a six-year term. She succeeds the late James Evans as a Democratic appointee.

Honor rolls

The following students have been named to the honor rolls at Karrer Middle School for the third quarter of the 2015-16 school year:

College notes

* Kendall Harris, a senior international business and economics and Japanese major from Dublin, will present research during the University of Mount Union's ninth annual Student Celebration Honoring Our Latest Academic Research Day on April 19. Harris will present "Experiencing War as an Outsider: How Countries and their Governments Shape the Way a Culture Views History."

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Jacquemin Farms

Referendum request is approved for fall ballot

The Union County Board of Elections has upheld a referendum petition seeking to put the rezoning of 60 acres on Hyland-Croy Road on the November general election ballot.
Community Champion Awards

More than 200 honored for service

It was a full house at this year's Community Champion Awards, according to Jennifer Amorose, chief operating officer at the Dublin Chamber of Commerce.
Community Champion Awards

11th event recognizes staff, students for giving

More than 200 Dublin City School District students and staff received recognition for their contributions to the Dublin community at the Community Champion Awards April 16.

Citizens Police Academy accepting applications

The Dublin Police Department is now accepting applications for the 2016 Citizens Police Academy.

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