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Sinkhole on Coffman Road limits traffic to one lane

Coffman Road is down to one lane as the city works to fix a sinkhole.

Colorful 'plein' art

The contest is organized by the Dublin Area Art League and challenges artists to create an artwork outdoors in Historic Dublin in one day. The artwork from the competition will be on display at the Dublin branch library. In French, en plein air means in the open air.
Riviera housing proposal

Ruma's plans not out of the rough yet

Developer Charles Ruma has had to make many concessions to proceed with his Riviera housing proposal and a few more might also have to come before he gains approval from Dublin City Council.

Library expansion on current site is in the works

The Dublin branch library will get a new building within the next few years, but it will stay put.
Eddie Adams: Vietnam

Photographs stir memories for Noble, other vets

The exhibition of photographs set to open at the Dublin Arts Council Monday, May 25, is likely to bring conflicting emotions.
Memorial Day

Vietnam veterans focus of Dublin's ceremonies

Vietnam veterans will hold a special place in Dublin's Memorial Day ceremonies this year.

Corazon for sale yet again; auction June 1-3

The Club at Corazon will soon have a new owner.

Convention and Visitors Bureau wins four awards

The Dublin Convention & Visitors Bureau took four awards recently from the Central Ohio Public Relations Society of America.

Dublin police lieutenant under investigation will retire

A Dublin police officer on paid administrative leave for nearly a year has announced his retirement from the city, effective Sept. 21.

Dublin Foundation awards grants to nonprofit groups

Four local nonprofit organizations are the beneficiaries of Dublin Foundation grants.
Police beat

Dublin: 10 teen-agers arrested for underage drinking

Ten juveniles were arrested or cited for underage drinking at a residence in the 8600 block of Gairloch Court around midnight May 10.

Jerome's Qin is named a Presidential Scholar

Dublin Jerome High School senior Linda Qin will meet President Barack Obama this summer.

Scouting gave McClellan direction, purpose

Mitchell McClellan spent a lot of time in the principal's office when he started school.

First-grader's invention earns first-place honors

A winning invention from a Dublin first-grader could someday save lives.

District looks to cut copier, printer paper costs

As part of its efficiency mission, the Dublin City School District will look to cut copier, printer and paper costs next year.

High schools top-ranked in state, nation

Dublin's high schools were rated among the top 40 in the state by U.S. News and World Report's annual ranking.


According to New Albany City Council's May 13 legislative report, Vadata's investment in the initial phase of a potential data-center facility is expected to be around $300 million.

Art League plans art 'yard sale' May 30

The Dublin Art League will host an art supply "Yard Sale" from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 30, at the Art Barn, 5600 Post Road in Dublin.

Earth-moving heralds start of major construction

Land in Dublin around the Scioto River will be undergoing great change in the next few years and it's already showing.

Expect a few road closures in Dublin area

The Riverside Drive southbound bypass lane will be closed from May 18 until September for realignment and the construction of a roundabout at the intersection of state Route 161.

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