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Town pump returns to Bridge and High streets

One of Historic Dublin's oldest landmarks made a reappearance last week.
Olde Sawmill neighborhood

Volunteers, children proving input for new playground

The new playground between Olde Sawmill Elementary School and Davis Middle School will be designed by children.

Author's visit ends with bubble-blowing contest

Not many elementary school students can say they've faced a teacher, police officer and superintendent in a bubble gum blowing contest.
Smoke Signals

Safety tips will help keep you safe when mowing lawns

Every summer, 30 million power lawn mowers are in use in the United States.

Rozanski is Independence Day grand marshal

Former Dublin Mayor Jan Rozanski will lead the city's Independence Day Celebration festivities as grand marshal.
Police beat

Dublin: Unlocked Jeep stolen from business lot on Hard Road

A man reported to Dublin police someone stole his unlocked Jeep from the parking lot of a business in the 3800 block of Hard Road.

Three new pieces added to Arts Council's 'Riverboxes'

Residents will have three new reasons to hit Dublin parks, thanks to the Dublin Arts Council.
86th Ohio House District

Incumbent Pelanda seeks second full term

Incumbent Dorothy Pelanda is seeking to retain her seat in the Ohio House of Representatives 86th District. She is being challenged in the May 6 Republican primary by longtime Marysville City Councilman Dan Fogt.

Five schools to get roof work during the summer

Roof work will go on at schools throughout the Dublin City School District this summer.

Putt Down Drive Out Cancer outing in May 18

Two Dublin Coffman High School sophomores are hoping one of Dublin's favorite sports brings out the community.

Schools, businesses to create 'galleries' May 1-7

New galleries will popup in Historic Dublin next week for the Dublin City School District's Art Stroll.

115 honored at Coffman Celebration of Excellence

Dublin Coffman High School honored more than 100 students for excellence last week.

'Bootcamp' offers training for pooches, masters

A new Dublin fitness business is hoping its "ruff" sessions change body and behavior for participants.

Egg hunt treats

Hundreds of Dublin area youngsters attended the annual Easter egg hunt in Coffman Park Saturday, April 12.
Bridge Street District

City, schools OK agreement permitting TIFs

An agreement that will help fund infrastructure within the Bridge Street District got the OK from Dublin City Council and the Dublin Board of Education this week.

April 27 event fundraiser for Strides for Sobriety

During his time in rehab, Mike Coyle saw lots of people leave before they were ready.

Revamped Emerald Celebration to debut April 26

A new date and location could breathe new life into a longtime Dublin fundraiser.

Life on the high seas topic for April 21 presentation

Long-time Dublin residents Don and Robin Rose dropped everything, sold their home and moved onto a sailboat, the Robin Lee, nearly 30 years ago.
Volunteers will go to work May 3

Chamber preparing for Community Service Day

Spring cleaning will be done throughout Dublin May 3.
Small Business Community Heroes

ThisWeek , Direct Energy to recognize community service

Direct Energy and ThisWeek Community News announce the launch of the first-ever Columbus Small Business Community Heroes award program. Nominations are being accepted until May 29.

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