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Incentives that will bring 60 new jobs to Dublin were approved by Dublin City Council this week.
Cathy Sankey will retire from Jerome High School at the end of the school year.
Happy 18th birthday, Madison
Like many teen-age girls, Madison Rose Reed likes going to concerts, spending time on the computer and shopping.
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Additions to six Dublin elementary schools will bring 22 new classrooms to the district by 2016.
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Dublin moved one step closer to the creation of its first New Community Authority last week.
For many, it's difficult to imagine the Dublin Irish Festival without Tom Murnane.
The Dublin AM Rotary club is hoping to add a little more Blarney to St. Patrick's Day in Dublin.
Christena and Tena Wentz have made a home at 54 S. High St. in Historic Dublin.
Dublin City Council is looking for candidates for seats on multiple boards and commissions.
Dublin will look into its future at the March 5 State of the City address.
Dublin Division of Police officers are investigating the theft of packages from outside several Dublin homes.
The Mindstorm Energizer Squad considered sensors, attachments, balance, motor performance and other elements when designing their award-winning robot.
Kevin Xuan thinks anyone can write a book.
The Glacier Ridge Elementary School PTO will bring its annual fundraiser to town March 7 to raise money and get families out of the house after a long winter.
Ohio Department of Natural Resources, free educational program on managing conflicts with Canada geese, 6 to 8 p.m. March 12, at the ODNR Division of Wildlife District One Headquarters, 1500 Dublin Road, Columbus.
Karrer Middle School.
Franklin County Public Health will offer childhood immunizations by appointment only at a clinic set for 9:40 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, March 4, at the Dublin Recreation Center, 5600 Post Road.
A game of dodgeball will support Dublin Special Olym-pics, Parents Encouraging Responsible Choices and the Lyndsey Rice and Kyle Colello Memorial Scholarship Funds.
In 2012, our Board of Education made a commitment to our community that the operating levy portion of the 2012 ballot issue would last three years.
A Dublin principal was appointed to the Scholastic Book Fairs National Principals Advisory Board recently.