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The public is invited to celebrate the career of Dublin Police Officer Sara Hall next Thursday, May 30.
The Scioto Valley Chorus will be featured on the Music at Seven concert series at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church at 7 p.m. Sunday, April 26.
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Davis Middle School
The 2015 Baccalaureate Ceremony for Dublin Jerome High School seniors is slated for 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 5 in St. Patrick's Episcopal Church, 7121 Muirfield Drive.
Aquatic travel might become more popular in Dublin this summer.
Pancakes will be on tap for a April 30 fundraiser benefiting the Miracle League playground.
Two national events are expected to bring a total of $3 million to Dublin in 2016 and 2017.
Muirfield Country Club has announced its sixth annual recycling event for Dublin and surrounding communities. This event will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 2, in the parking lot of the country club, 8715 Muirfield Drive, Dublin.
The Dublin City School District's finance department was honored for its financial reporting and record-keeping last week.
Items for Cafe Thrift at Dublin Scioto High School will be collected next month.
The art of Japanese drumming will come to Coffman High School May 2.
Volunteers are needed for the Dublin Chamber of Commerce's May 2 Community Service Day.
The Martys 2015
Students from five central Ohio high schools pulled down awards in The Martys, an annual contest for the region's high school journalists.
Dublin police this week released the name of a suspect in an April 8 nonfatal shooting.
Coffman Cook Off
The inaugural Coffman Cook Off had spice.
Reductions in speed limit and lane closures this month mark the beginning of three years of construction that will improve the U.S. Route 33 and Interstate-270 interchange.
With an increase of prescription drug abuse in Ohio, Dublin Police are giving residents a chance to get rid of unneeded drugs.
According to results from a new survey, Dublin is a great place to live.
Bridge Street District
While surveying residents about quality of life and public services, Dublin also used the 2015 National Citizen Survey to get public opinion about the Bridge Street District.