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Neighbors in the news

* Kaitlin Berryman, of Dublin, was named to the 2016 Junior Fair Board for the Ohio State Fair.

College notes

* Nicholas Turadian, of Dublin, was named to the St. Joseph's University dean's list for the spring 2016 semester.

On the move

* Christopher Simmons, a Dublin native, recently was hired by Vargo as a supply chain business analyst.

Project to wrap up mid-November

The roundabout at Riverside Drive and state Route 161 is set to open by mid-August.
Bridge Park

Townhomes construction might begin by autumn

Crawford Hoying hopes to break ground on 73 townhomes in Dublin's Bridge Park development by fall. Nelson Yoder, principal with Crawford Hoying, said the developer will seek final zoning approval from Dublin this September.
Dublin rec center pools

Corazon to honor passes during major renovations

While the Dublin Community Recreation Center's indoor pools are closed for renovations, members can use indoor and outdoor pools at the Club at Corazon in addition to the rec center's outdoor pools.
Police beat

Dublin: Vehicles stripped, $6,000 in wheels, tires stolen

More than $6,000 worth of vehicle wheels and tires were reported stolen recently from a business in the 6700 block of Sawmill Drive.
Dublin police

Near retirements drive recruiting

The city of Dublin is looking to add three additional officers to its police department.
Tuttle Crossing extension

Meeting about next link in regional roadway network is July 27

Dublin residents will have the opportunity to learn about a project that would extend Tuttle Crossing Boulevard 2,500 feet from Wilcox Road to Avery Road during an open house from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, July 27, in Talla 3 in the Dublin Community Recreation Center, 5600 Post Road.
Pokemon mania

Game offers businesses, others chances for exposure

Pokemon Go has arrived in Dublin, and the game is creating possibilities for players and organizations to make the most of walking around outside.

Dublin police ask residents to keep garage doors closed

Dublin police are asking residents to close their unattended garage doors after 21 burglary reports were filed between June 1 and July 19.
Full story

Kern's experience paved way to return as district treasurer

Brian Kern, who previously worked in the Dublin City School District's finance department for 10 years, will begin his tenure as treasurer Sept. 1.
Verizon building

District plans to file eminent-domain claim

The Dublin City School District's attempts to obtain the former Verizon Communications building at 5175 Emerald Parkway is heading into the court system.

Dublin CVB selects its board of directors

The Dublin Convention and Visitors Bureau has selected its board of directors for 2016-17.

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Dublin asking residents to help name park

The city of Dublin is asking members of the community to help name the new Scioto Riverside Park by submitting their best name ideas online or in person at the Dublin Community Recreation Center, 5600 Post Road.

July is national Park and Rec Month

The city of Dublin, in partnership with the National Recreation and Park Association, will celebrate national Park and Recreation Month through July.

Neighbors in the news

* Collin Eberhardt and Donald Lee Miller III, both of Dublin, recently were awarded scholarships from the Builders Exchange of Central Ohio.

College notes

* Anastasia Melody, of Dublin, was recently initiated into the Ohio Northern University's chapter of The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi.

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