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Matthew Keith Dotson

Community mourns Coffman High School sophomore

Dublin City School District students and the community are mourning Matthew Keith Dotson, 16, a sophomore at Dublin Coffman High School who died Tuesday, Dec. 2.

Blazer Pkwy reduced to one lane Feb. 2-6

Roadwork on Blazer Parkway will cause lane closures starting Monday, Feb. 2.

Souper Bowl supports camps

The ninth annual Chicken Souper Bowl Cook-Off will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 31, at Congregation Beth Tikvah, 6121 Olentangy River Road in Worthington.

Perry Township seeking police levy in May

Perry Township officials last week announced that the township would ask voters for a 3.5-mill police levy on the May 5 ballot.

Immunization clinic set up for children

Franklin County Public Health will offer childhood immunizations by appointment only at a clinic set for 9:40 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesdays, Feb. 4 and 18, at the Dublin Recreation Center, 5600 Post Road.

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Bridge Park

Basic site plan OK'd, but inventive designs encouraged

Dublin City Council approved the basic site plan, development plan and five waivers for the Bridge Park development at a special meeting Tuesday, Jan. 20.
Classroom additions

District officials getting closer to making decision

A decision about which Dublin elementary schools will get more classrooms is expected next month.
Police beat

Dublin: More appliances stolen from construction sites

Appliances were reported stolen from two construction sites Jan. 16 and 19.

Council considers economic incentive package, park deal

Dublin is hoping to add an energy consulting firm to its business stock.

Irish Experience Grant application deadline near

The Dublin Convention and Visitors Bureau has made $25,000 available toward in its Irish Experience Grant program this year, which is nearly double the funding, compared to 2014.
Smoke Signals

Burn awareness week is scheduled for Feb. 1-7

National Burn Awareness Week is Feb. 1-7.

Utility upgrades include underground lines

Work began on utility upgrades along Frantz Road and Metro Place Jan. 14 and Dublin city officials said the project will enhance the reliability and aesthetics of electrical power in the area, according to city officials.
School Notes

Champion Awards important to the 'Dublin Difference'

Giving back to our community is a big part of the Dublin Difference.

Girls Scouts make a difference with service projects

The Dublin Girl Scout Service Unit donated 244 hand-knitted hats and scarves to patients at Ohio State University's James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute Monday, Jan. 12.

Fulfilling the dream

Neighbor in the news

* Dublin resident Thomas M. Feeney, president and CEO of Safelite Group, has been chosen to receive the 2015 American Red Cross Humanitarian of the Year award, an honor bestowed upon those who have improved lives in central Ohio and beyond.

Making marks

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

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College notes

* Meghan Murray of Dublin played 'Melanie Leeds' in Muskingum University's recent production of Jeffrey Jackson's Two Point Oh.

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