The first major project within the Bridge Street District could bring 324 apartments to Dublin Village Center.
Unless more legislative changes come, Dublin teachers will face evaluations next year that are uniform to what other educators across the state will see.
Former Davis Middle School and Jerome High School Assistant Principal Mark Mousa will lead Karrer Middle School starting this fall.
House The Dublin City School District is taking a formal stance on House Bill 59.
Dublin is hoping JPMorgan Chase & Co. will soon call it home.
The captain of the Dublin Coffman High School quiz team didn't guess she'd snag a National Merit Scholarship.
Jerome High School senior Kevin Lin sees medical school in his future.
Dublin will remember local military members killed in action this Memorial Day as the new KIA Memorial is dedicated.
Thousands are expected when the Presidents Cup is held in Dublin in October.
A Shawnee Hills park has been named for a former Dublin mayor and a longtime village councilman.
Three Dublin seniors received scholarships this year in the name of the Dublin National Guard member killed last year while serving in Afghanistan.
A store in the 6300 block of Sawmill Road was broken into between 8:30 p.m. May 11 and 3:15 a.m. May 12 and five smart phones were stolen.
The Korean War often is referred to as the "Forgotten War," but for local veterans who served in the conflict 60 years ago, the people, places and events remain etched in their memories.
The financial impact of furloughs will be less than expected at Defense Supply Center Columbus.
Move over rental bikes -- you've got four-wheel competition.
For anyone frequently stuck in traffic at the Interstate 270-U.S. Route 33 interchange, there might be a solution in the works.
Miriam Abbott is a big fan of obstacle courses, but doesn't much care for zombies.
Family pets and service animals are invited to receive a special blessing June 2, at one of two outdoor worship services hosted at Northwest United Methodist Church, 5200 Riverside Drive.
The Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission is seeking public feedback on eight projects for which it is requesting almost $200 million from the Ohio Department of Transportation.
Couches have triumphed over computers, sofas over software, for Trent Heer.
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