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Dublin's 20th

Roundabout at Route 161 and Eiterman to open Aug. 28

The roundabout at state Route 161 and Eiterman Road will mark Dublin’s 20th as it is expected to open Friday, Aug. 28.

Historic Huey cues memories

The helicopter, know for its versatility and maneuverability through the hands of its highly skilled pilots, played a key role in the war.

Jacquemin proposal still being finalized

A proposal to develop the Jacquemin Farms land is drawing both opposition and support and a decision from the Jerome Township Zoning Board is not expected to be made until September at the earliest.

Dublin considering $233 million in capital projects

Dublin could spend more than $233 million on projects ranging from a pedestrian bridge over the Scioto River to sanitary sewer linings over the next five years.
Capital Improvements Program

Parks projects include bridges, courts, shelters

A pedestrian bridge over the Scioto River is coming soon, but not soon enough for some.
Police beat

Dublin: Man taken to hospital after concerns about his well-being

Dublin police officers called the Franklin County Sheriff's Office SWAT team Aug. 20 while responding to a a request for a "well-being" check on Hathaway Avenue.
Capital Improvements Program

Police to experiment with body cameras in 2016

Dublin police officers will try out body cameras next year.
Capital Improvements Program

Transportation projects carry $150 million price tag

Transportation projects in the proposed five-year Capital Improvement Program carry a hefty price tag at $149.9 million.
Guest column

Tolles preps students to 'lift off!'

As I complete my final weeks as the Dublin City School District's representative on the Tolles Career and Technical Center Board, I wanted to share some of my experiences with our community, and to emphasize the tremendous opportunities Tolles offers our students.

Bands ready to strut their stuff in shows

After a summer of rehearsals and camp, Dublin marching bands will take the fields Friday, Aug. 28, to show off some fancy new footwork.
Davis Middle School

Administrators hope students take to Irish Way

Dublin's Davis Middle School will take a lesson from Dublin Scioto High School this year.

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Immunization clinic set up for children

Franklin County Public Health will offer childhood immunizations by appointment only at clinics set for 9:40 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 2 and 16, at the Dublin Recreation Center, 5600 Post Road, Dublin.
From the Superintendent's Desk

Dublin Difference's core beliefs are map to success

On behalf of the Dublin City Schools Board of Education, and our teaching and support staff, it is my pleasure to welcome you to the beginning of the 2015-16 school year. Our staff anxiously awaits the return of our students on Wednesday, Aug. 26.

Garden railroads open to the public

Two Dublin residences will open their garden railways to the public from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 13, rain or shine.

Mural enhances tunnel vision

The mural on the tunnel wall was created through a partnership between the city, Franklin County ADAMH and the Dublin Arts Council. The mural is part of ADAMH's effort to get communities thinking about recovery and healthy living.

New students registering at three times district's average

With the start of school coming next week, Dublin City School District officials said they continue to see enrollment climb.

City working on program to expand water, sewer service

Sewer and water service could be coming to some unserved areas of Dublin, although for some it might still take awhile.
Police beat

Business reports woman stole two computers

A business in the 6700 block of Dublin Center Drive reported to the Dublin Division of Police two computers were stolen by a former employee.

Shawnee Hills tailor arrested on a charge of sexual imposition

A 65-year-old Powell man is being investigated by the Delaware County Sheriff's Office for sexual imposition.

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