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Elementary size findings to be unveiled Jan. 12

The Dublin City School District Board of Education held its last regularly scheduled meeting of the year Dec. 8 and among the agenda items were task force updates.
Lindsay Alyce Jones

Student's organ donation honored on parade float

To honor the late Lindsay Alyce Jones, her family invited students and staff to help decorate her floragraph, which will be displayed on the 2015 Donate Life Tournament of Roses Parade float.
Smoke Signals

Candles are becoming a growing cause of fires

Candles have become very popular over the last 10 years, becoming a $2 billion industry.

Making marks

John Li, a fifth-grader at Deer Run Elementary School, won this year's "Me and My Pal" countywide drawing contest.

Four commission members resign citing council policy change

The Dublin Planning and Zoning Commission lost four members who announced their immediate resignations during a work session Thursday, Dec. 11.

Coming up

Avant-Garde Art & Craft Show, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dec. 20, at St. Agatha's Parish Hall, 1860 Northam Road, Columbus. Nearly 100 artists and crafters will be selling handmade items. Admission is $3 to the public, free for children under age 12. A portion of proceeds will benefit the nonprofit Pets Without Parents.
Riverside Drive realignment

Council picks $460K pedestrian underpass design

Dublin officials recently settled on a design for a Riverside Drive pedestrian underpass they said will allow better access to the future John Shields Parkway.

Fall kindergarten registration slated

Parents whose children will start kindergarten in the fall must complete online registration starting in January.
2014 Year in Review

Bridge Park East, road projects dominated headlines

The Dublin area was busy in 2014 as projects such as the Bridge Street District and Interstate-270/U.S. Route 33 interchange improvements progressed.
Bridge Street District

City to ink right-of-way pact with Wendy's Co.

Dublin City Council approved the purchase of a 3.71-acre strip of land critical for a centrally located east-west connector within the Bridge Street District.

2015 operating budget approved by council

Dublin City Council has ensured the city will continue to provide the high-quality services it is known for, says Director of Finance Angel Mumma.
Police beat

Dublin: Thief steals wallet while man unloads groceries

Dublin police are investigating an incident in which a resident said a man entered his garage and stole his wallet while the resident was unloading groceries.
City Notes

You work hard for what you have; don't lose it

It is one of the No. 1 crimes in the city of Dublin, and in every city in the U.S.
Creativity Summit

Educators share ideas about fostering creativity

More than 35 Dublin teachers and administrators attended the district's first-ever Creativity Summit Dec. 11 to discuss ways to foster creativity in one another and students.
From the Superintendent's Desk

Caring and giving exhibited in district year-round

When we surveyed our community last summer, it was clear giving back, community service and character development are important priorities for our residents.

Four Dublin Planning Commission members resign immediately

The Dublin Planning and Zoning Commission lost four members who announced their immediate resignation during a work session Thursday, Dec. 11.

Dublin student named Scholastic News Kid Reporter

Kyra O'Connor, 13, a student at Dublin Davis Middle School, was named a Scholastic News Kid Reporter.
'Images of America: Dublin'

Book explores area's history through photographs

Author Nancy L. Richison takes readers through time in her new book, Images of America: Dublin, revealing what it was like to live in Dublin more than 200 years ago.
Bridge Street District

Residents voice concerns over review process

Dublin residents voiced concerns during a Dublin City Council meeting Monday, Dec, 8, that an amendment to the Bridge Street District zoning regulations would shortcut the review process, in effect limiting their ability to weigh in on developments for the project.

Jewelry store sponsors holiday scavenger hunt

Every week through Christmas, sterling silver bracelets will be hidden throughout Dublin for residents to discover, according to Beth Cevasco, vice president of Scott's Custom Jewelers.

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