Brian Ferrier of Giant Eagle will serve as the honorary chair for the 2014 Dublin Irish Festival.
A Dublin company was named one of the top job creators in the country in 2012.
As the holiday gift-giving season marches ahead, so begins our shopping for the toys we enjoy giving the special children in our lives.
An 18-year-old Dublin man was arrested after he ate a box of mints at a business in the 7600 block of Sawmill Road without paying for them between 5 and 5:05 p.m. Nov. 25.
A group of Olde Sawmill Elementary School students will soon get interview experience, but they'll be the ones asking the questions.
Five new Dublin principals will get the benefit of years of experience free of charge.
The Dublin Foundation will start a new year with a new leader.
Christmas shopping and supporting Dublin Jerome High School will fall under the same category Saturday, Dec. 7.
A 2013 Dublin Coffman High School graduate left Washington, D.C., last month with the high school Global Student Entrepreneur Award.
Central Ohio saw a pot o' gold in August, thanks to the Dublin Irish Festival.
During the fall sports season at Dublin City Schools, 79 student athletes suffered from concussions.
Dublin filled its new director of public service position recently.
After meeting veterans at Washington, D.C., monuments, Grizzell Middle School eighth-graders decided to do something special for those who have served their country.
A long time monument between Olde Sawmill Elementary School and Davis Middle School will be taken down next month.
Visitors will soon have a few new places to lay their heads in Dublin.
Dublin said goodbye to a longtime city councilwoman last week.
Dublin will sell $39.2 million in bonds next month.
Brandy Alexander, daughter of Kenneth and Debby Alexander of Dublin, is a new initiate of Kappa Delta Pi at Ashland University. The group's purpose is to recognize individuals who have made outstanding contributions to education and to promote development of worthy educational ideals. Alexander is majoring in middle grades education and a 2009 graduate of Dublin Jerome High School.
It will begin to look a lot like Christmas around Dublin as the city lights the tree next Thursday, Dec. 5, and Holly Days invades Historic Dublin Dec. 7.
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