Dublin Villager

Dublin Top Stories

  • LAURIE STEVENSON/THISWEEKNEWS
    Sara Ott (right) with son Wesley, 3, and daughter Katelynn, 5, pick up trash during the annual Mike Utt River Cleanup Day held along the Scioto River on Saturday, Aug. 16.

    Helping hands

Dublin Road stretch north of Glick reopens

A stretch of Dublin Road north of Glick Road was reopened Thursday, Aug. 21, a day ahead of schedule.
Dublin City Council

City eyes five-year, $202.7M capital plan

Construction will be plentiful in Dublin next year.

Chamber president beefs up tech efforts

Thanks to Gene Oliver, the Dublin Chamber of Commerce is taking a more tech-savvy approach to the future.
Dublin City Council

Simpler Bridge Street District zoning sought

Although much of the Bridge Street District was zoned last summer, 67 acres are expected to be rezoned again this month.

City income tax revenues have grown year-to-date

Dublin is healthy when it comes to finances.
Police beat

Juveniles arrested after putting device in mailbox

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.

Poll: Residents support school district's direction

Dublin City Schools is doing its job well, according to residents surveyed in June.

D.C. trip spurs junior's interest in politics

For one month over the summer, Alex Schepflin saw the dome of the U.S. Capitol every morning.

Dublin teen leads horse to world title

Madison Thiel took home top honors after her third time competing at the American Quarter Horse Youth Association World Championship Show.
more Dublin news

Sports

Coverage of Coffman, Jerome and Scioto high school sports teams

Education

Dublin City School District news, including database searches

Cops & Courts

Dublin police reports and other crime news, including database searches