After nearly a decade of work, the final phase of Emerald Parkway will soon be under construction.
Wright Elementary School third-graders last week coded electronic games similar to those they might play at home such as Angry Birds and Minecraft.
The Dublin Division of Police's new eight-member Community Impact Unit will start operating in January with its sights set on reducing Dublin's biggest issues.
Dublin will aid organizations with $131,472 in grants.
Watch a video of Cub Scout Pack 210 as they place wreaths on the graves of 286 veterans of all wars at the Dublin Cemetery. Wreaths Across America is a concerted effort of thousands of volunteers to make sure no veteran is forgotten. The Dublin wreath laying took place at the same time as wreaths were being laid at Arlington National Cemetery and thousands of other cemeteries across the U.S. as well as American cemeteries in Europe.
More than 25 Dublin middle school students graduated from a leadership program Dec. 8.
Dublin police received a call about indecent exposure at a business in the 6200 block of Perimeter Drive between 9:55 and 9:57 p.m. Dec. 4. A woman reported that a white male, between the ages of 16 and 25, was standing outside the business masturbating and pointing at her. When the woman picked up the phone to contact police, the man ran away.
Candles have become very popular over the last 10 years.
In 2013 international events and developments dominated the headlines in Dublin.
As the first half of our school year draws to a close, I would like to take this opportunity to offer all of you a heartfelt "thank you."
Mothers will have one more way to bond with their new babies, thanks to a grant from the Dublin Foundation.
A $74 million budget for 2014 got the OK from Dublin City Council members last week.
The Dublin City School District Board of Education said goodbye to an eight-year member last week.
Wendy's opened its new flagship restaurant across from company headquarters Tuesday, Dec. 17, at 4555 W. Dublin-Granville Road.
Scioto High School will be filled with the Sounds of the Season Dec. 15.
Of the 1,081 Dublin third-graders who took the state's reading test this fall, 113 didn't meet state benchmarks.
Families will have food on their tables thanks to the Dublin Support Association.
Dublin students saw solutions to natural disasters in an amphibious fire truck, earthquake survival kit and other inventions.
A Dublin police officer was recognized by Mothers Against Drink Drivers.
Scenes of the Scioto River will flow by drivers sailing through the Interstate 270/U.S. Route 33 interchange.
Dec 20, 2013 | Currently: 54° Overcast