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    Dublin volunteer Joe Starrett carefully lowers the Freddie the Friendly Firecracker balloon on South High Street in Historic Dublin Friday, July 4, during the Dublin Independence Day Celebration Parade.

    Independence Day, Dublin-style

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    Zach Whetstone, an incoming junior at Dublin Scioto High School, built a retaining wall and cleaned up the courtyard at Riverside Elementary School in his quest to earn his Eagle Scout award.

    Eagle project means improved courtyard at school

    Thanks to Zach Whetstone, Riverside Elementary School students will enjoy some outdoor education this fall.
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    Audrey Martyna, 7, blows on her frog as she tries to motivate him to jump during the Dublin Kiwanis Frog Jump Saturday, June 28, in Coffman Park in Dublin.

    Gentle persuasion

    The annual event included games, music, food and flying amphibians.

Grigsby plans to retire after 25 years with Dublin

Marsha Grigsby's 25th year with Dublin will be her last.
Refuse hauling contract

New pact with Rumpke expected to result in lower bills

A new contract for trash and recycling services in Dublin was approved last week, but residents are unlikely to see many changes.

Top Gun Football Camp a key player in local economy

The Top Gun Football Camp will bring more than athletes to Dublin this month.
Eddie Adams

Vietnam War photographer's work coming to Dublin

Eddie Adams brought the scenes of the Vietnam War to the doorsteps of America.

Council approves pedestrian bridges and bicycle lanes

Even though it will cost twice as much as originally estimated, Dublin will go ahead with building two pedestrian bridges across the north fork of Indian Run and constructing bike lanes on Muirfield Drive.
Washington Township Fire Department

Program will help provide residents specialized care

Washington Township Emergency Medical Services officials are hoping to give residents more specialized care with a new database.
Police beat

Sawmill Road business reports theft of $1,096

A business in the 6100 block of Sawmill Road reported $1,096 stolen between 8:15 p.m. June 24 and 10:45 a.m. June 25.

Officers look for truck in hit-and-run accident

Dublin Police are seeking information from the public about an early morning accident that occurred on Interstate 270 Friday, July 4.

Good weather, entertainment brought big crowds to concert

A big crowd at Dublin's Independence Day Celebration concert left some people outside the celebration.

Straight A Grant will help fund K to Industry program

Almost $1 million from Ohio's Straight A Grant Fund will back a new program that will bring industry into Dublin City School District classrooms.

Service trip was also learning experience for students

Dublin students got more than they bargained for on a service trip to the Dominican Republic.
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