One of Dublin's summer camps is held in a tunnel, but creativity is preferred over a headlamp.
Between graduation and playing at the Jackson Blues Festival in Michigan, Evan Iannucci had a busy week.
The Dublin Division of Police will take aim at better training with a renovated firing range.
A new development sprouting on the northwestern edge of Dublin will host this year's nature-themed BIA Parade of Homes.
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The U.S. Route 33/Interstate-270 interchange improvement project was awarded an additional $18 million last week.
Josh Krajcik will make central Ohio a stop on his latest tour when he opens for Chicago at Dublin's free Independence Day celebration concert.
A small addition is planned for Muirfield Village.
A roundabout is to be constructed at the intersection of Coffman and Brand roads in July.
Dublin City School District officials said they expect to be able to save $600,000 by refinancing $19.46 million in bonds.
Improving the business climate, encouraging mixed-used development in the Bridge Street District and looking into an arts facility are on Dublin City Council's to-do list.
For 18 months, Kim DeAngelo went through a battery of tests and and incorrect diagnoses.
The Drings are taking on Crohn's.
Dublin will add two new leadership positions to its roster.
The season is over, but a Saturday, June 22 competition will give high school robotics teams one more chance to power up their robots.
A dean has been named for Ohio University's Dublin campus.
The use of oxygen therapy in the home has become increasingly common.
An iPod, silver coins, three bracelets, three necklaces, rings and earrings were stolen from a residence in the 6700 block of Rings Road between 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. June 7.
Coming off its second consecutive loss in the Division I state final, the Dublin Jerome High School boys lacrosse team should be hungrier than ever before.
The Dublin high school club boys rowing team has a new coach this season in Joe Lambert and last had a boys boat at USRowing Youth Nationals in 2008 before its lightweight 8 advanced this season.
Despite competing in only four events in the Division I state meet June 7 and 8 at Ohio State, the Dublin Coffman High School girls track and field team made the most of its opportunities.
Over the past two seasons, the Dublin Jerome High School boys lacrosse team has established that it's one of the state's top two programs -- at least when it comes to the postseason.
Art Alexakis, Everclear frontman and founder of the Summerland Tour, has just a few rules for the bands he brings along on the tour of ’90s alt-rock acts, making its second go-round in 2013.
Miller’s Columbus Ale House is bringing its expansive beer selection and menu to 1201 Olentangy River Road.
Austin-based musician Alejandro Rose-Garcia prefers, for professional purposes, to use a name made up by friends around a campfire when they were all giving themselves weird, throwback trail-guide names -- Shakey Graves.
Bar Exam columnist Joseph “Jeb” Bernert says the German Village destination reaches soaring heights in mixology.
The new executive chef of Latitude 41 brings Midwest sensibilities and West Coast flair to the menu.
'Wicked' closes it's run next weekend. Watch The Beat's interview with Kim Zimmer, a.k.a. Reva on Guiding Light.
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