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Independence Day celebration

Punk, funk, pyrotechnics are planned

A former headliner of Dublin's Independence Day celebration is making his way back to the city.

50th frog jump full of flying amphibian fun

Board to interview four treasurer candidates

Members of the Dublin City School District Board of Education will interview four candidates for district treasurer during a July 5 meeting.
Police beat

Dublin: Items stolen from cars

A business in the 5800 block of Eiterman Road was hit with two recent thefts from vehicles.
Crossroads Area Plan

Dublin council expected to OK agreement

Dublin City Council is expected to vote on a land-use plan for the area at the crossroads of U.S. Route 33, state Route 161-Post Road and Hyland-Croy Road in August.
Rec center pools

Projects mean two-month closure

The Dublin Community Recreation Center's indoor pools will be closed July 16 through Sept. 17 for renovations including installation of new flooring and updates to lighting and drainage.

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College notes

* Dublin-area students named to the Youngstown State University dean's list for the spring 2016 semester include Naseem Amirmokhtari and Rahul Gupta.

Convention puts focus on stuttering

Friends: The National Association of Young People Who Stutter will host its annual convention July 28-30 at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Columbus Dublin, 5100 Upper Metro Place, Dublin.
Independence Day celebration

New balloon, features set for parade

A new character will join the festivities at Dublin's Independence Day Celebration parade.
Dublin Kiwanis Frog Jump

Popular event to mark 50th year

As the weekend draws near, Scott VanDerKarr will at some point be out catching frogs.
Police beat

Dublin: Officers nab man in car reported stolen in Columbus

A 33-year-old man pursued by Dublin police for allegedly stealing a vehicle was also found to have a syringe and spoons in his backpack when officers eventually apprehended him.
Emerald City Music Games

World-class drum and bugle corps coming to town

Tuesday, June 28, Dublin Coffman High School's stadium will be transformed into a battleground showcasing marching band talent.

FIRST robotics teams show off creativity, skills

Students from throughout central Ohio recently had a chance to put robots they had worked on for 61/2 weeks into action.
Dublin City Schools

District considering agreement with OhioHealth

Dublin City School District officials are considering a $50,000, five-year agreement with OhioHealth for athletic trainers and behavioral health services.

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