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Dublin could spend as much as $202.7 million in capital improvement projects over the next five years.
Taste of Dublin
Dublin’s premier noshing event is likely to sell out.
A stretch of Dublin Road north of Glick Road was reopened Thursday, Aug. 21, a day ahead of schedule.
The third annual Battle of Hard Road Food Fight will be held at Worthington Kilbourne's home football game against Dublin Scioto High School on Friday, Aug. 29.
* Air Force Airman Hassan A. Dehmani graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.
Dublin City Council
Construction will be plentiful in Dublin next year.
Thanks to Gene Oliver, the Dublin Chamber of Commerce is taking a more tech-savvy approach to the future.
Dublin City Council
Although much of the Bridge Street District was zoned last summer, 67 acres are expected to be rezoned again this month.
Dublin is healthy when it comes to finances.
Three juveniles were arrested by Dublin police Aug. 1 after a resident of the 7300 block of Wings Livery Road said he found a possible explosive device in his neighbor's mailbox about 4:27 p.m.
For one month over the summer, Alex Schepflin saw the dome of the U.S. Capitol every morning.
Madison Thiel took home top honors after her third time competing at the American Quarter Horse Youth Association World Championship Show.
Dublin City Schools is doing its job well, according to residents surveyed in June.
Dublin Farmers' Market, 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. Wednesdays, rain or shine, through Sept. 24 at Oakland Nurseries, 4261 W. Dublin Granville Road. For information contact market manager Jaime Moore at 614-327-0102 or email info@ dublinfarmersmarket.com.
Dublin City Schools received nearly $700,000 from the Franklin County Real Estate Assessment Fund this week.
The search for a new Dublin city manager is on.
A woman reported to Dublin Division of Police officers she saw a man standing outside his car in the 8200 block of Hyland Croy Road and masturbating at 10 a.m. July 28.
Bridge Park East
Preliminary plans for seven blocks of mixed-use development on about 30 acres on the east side of Riverside Drive north of state Route 161 won city approval last week.
Three new principals will welcome students back to school Wednesday, Aug. 20.