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Coffman faculty production

Show will explore the art of being a child

This year's Dublin Coffman High School Faculty Production is a musical review titled How To Eat Like A Child and Other Lessons in Not Being A Grown-Up.

City Council interviews two finalists for city manager job

Dublin could have a new city manager by December.
Dublin City Schools marching bands

Thanksgiving trip will entail more than parade

Dublin's three high school bands are scheduled to appear in the 95th annual Philadelphia Thanksgiving Day parade.

Holly Days will return to Historic Dublin Dec. 6

Holly Days will return to Historic Dublin from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 6 with a full schedule of activities for the whole family.
Distracted driving

Real estate agents raising funds for simulators

The Greater Dublin Realty Association held a fundraiser Friday, Nov. 21, in support of Maria's Message and to raise awareness about distracted driving.

Washington Township firefighters prepare for annual toy drive

The Washington Township Fire Department will be accepting new and unwrapped toys starting Friday, Nov. 28, through Sunday, Dec. 28, to benefit Firefighters for Kids.
Smoke Signals

Precautions help keep holiday kitchens fire, burn safe

Thanksgiving is a time for sharing warmth, friendship and love, and to be thankful for what we have.
Elementary school additions

Work progressing on preparing recommendations

At the Nov. 13 Dublin City School District Board of Education meeting, discussions continued about elementary school additions.

Traffic flow during I-270/U.S. 33 project discussed

Transportation officials said improvements to the Interstate 270 and U.S. Route 33 interchange will relieve congestion, provide safer travel and stimulate 46,000 new jobs to the region.
Riviera Golf Club

Developer requests proposal be tabled after hearing

The rezoning application for the Riviera Golf Club was tabled by the request of the developer at the City of Dublin Planning and Zoning Commission meeting Thursday, Nov. 13.
Bridge Street District

Council hears 3 proposals for pedestrian underpass

Dublin City Council members were presented three design options Monday, Nov. 17, for a pedestrian underpass that would provide better access to the future John Shields Parkway from Riverside Drive.

Washington Township firefighters collecting toys for children

The Washington Township Fire Department's four fire stations will serve as drop off locations for the annual Firefighters for Kids charity toy drive.
Smoke Signals

Dirty chimneys can often result in 'hidden' fires

As the winter season in Central Ohio begins, so begins the season for using fireplaces and wood stoves.
School Notes

Pursuit of instructional goals a key to the 'Dublin Difference'

What is The Dublin Difference? In the academic world, it is outstanding instruction that leads to increased student learning.

Karrer's Turkey Bowl tradition to continue Nov. 25

Local sports stars will play flag football with Dublin Karrer Middle School students to raise money for charity in the annual Turkey Bowl Fundraiser Tuesday, Nov. 25.

High schools join efforts to fight cancer with Dublinthon

The DublinThon is putting the fun back into fundraiser with a student-led all night danceathon to raise money to fight cancer.

Jerome band streak continues

'Thrifting' at Scioto

Dublin bands in Philadelphia parade

The bands from all three of the Dublin City School District high schools will be marching in the annual Thanksgiving Day parade in Philadelphia. Bands from Dublin Coffman, Dublin Jerome and Dublin Scioto high schools will all make the trip to Philadelphia to march in the nation's oldest Thanksgiving Day parade Thursday, Nov. 27.

Handbell ensemble to perform Nov. 23

Handbells Columbus will be guest musicians at the Sunday, Nov. 23 Music at Seven concert, to begin at 7 p.m. at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, 5475 Brand Road, Dublin.

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