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College notes

* Adam Hall, of Dublin, recently graduated from Coastal Carolina University with a Master of Business Administration.

Military notes

* U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Kathryn R. Ruddick, ward of Sheila K. Lovell of Columbus, recently graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in San Antonio. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness and basic warfare principles and skills.

On the move

Andrea Thomas, of Grandview Heights, recently was named vice president of leadership and development at the Crane Group.
Nestle Quality Assurance Center

Expanded facility creates job growth

Seventy new jobs have been added to Dublin's economy thanks to a renovation and expansion project at one of the city's West Innovation District facilities.
Interstate 270

Fourth lanes planned for south of 33 in 2017

The Ohio Department of Transportation next spring tentatively plans to start an estimated $66.5 million improvement project to nearly eight miles of roadway on Interstate 270.
Police beat

Dublin: Construction equipment reported stolen from Riverside-161

Someone stole equipment worth $52,400 from a construction site in the 6400 block of Riverside Drive at West Dublin-Granville Road.
Troop 356

Scouts ride bikes length of historic canal

Aside from a bit of rain and mud, the Boy Scouts of Troop 356 completed more than 180 miles of cycling unscathed.
City Notes

Roundabouts will mean better, safer traffic flow

As Dublin marks the opening of its 21st roundabout at state Route 161-Riverside Drive, it is a good time to take a look at whether Dublin's other roundabouts are meeting our expectations for improved safety.
Smoke Signals

Take precautions to keep dorm, apartment safe

Editor's note: Mike Altomare, the Washington Township Fire Department's new fire marshal, is making his debut as the author of the Smoke Signals column.
Wyandot Elementary School

New principal fulfills her Dublin schools' desire

Wyandot Elementary School's new principal knew she wanted to work in the Dublin City School District since she graduated from college.

Coffman grads to compete on 'Ninja Warrior' TV show

Brothers Clay and C.J. Raterman watched "American Ninja Warrior" on television since they were kids and always imagined they could complete the obstacle courses like the athletes they watched onscreen.

Coming up

To add, remove or update a listing, email editorial@this-weeknews.com.

Military notes

* U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Kathryn R. Ruddick, ward of Sheila K. Lovell of Columbus, recently graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland in San Antonio, Texas.

College notes

* Cristina Getz of Dublin recently graduated from the College of St. Rose with a master's degree in education.

Dublin Irish Festival — Going Gaelic

Check out photos and videos from the Dublin Irish Festival.
New residential proposal

Kaufman wants city's input on 423-unit build

A developer is seeking informal review from Dublin officials for a proposed residential community totaling 423 units and nearly 63 acres on the north side of Shier Rings Road east of Cosgray Road.
'A Midsummer Night's Dream'

Students move sights, sounds to 20th century

Students at Dublin City School District's three high schools are taking Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream" to the Summer of Love.
Coffman library

ADA accessibility among first wave of updates

An ADA accessibility project in Dublin Coffman High School's library is just the beginning of updates slated for the space.
Avondale Woods

Commission to review parts of project

The final development plan for a portion of a 120-acre residential development in Dublin is on the Planning and Zoning Commission's Aug. 11 agenda.

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