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Pink Ribbon Girls are here to remind you that no one travels this road alone. Read more

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Photos courtesy of Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide

After 40-plus years, it’s not often that new homes are built in Muirfield Village, but one being built right now is sure to catch the attention of an enormous number of people. Read more

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Photos courtesy of Gayle Holton and Bill Gafflin

With the 1919 Building turning 100 this year, former students share their fondest memories of what was once the learning hub of Dublin. Read more

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The City of Dublin understands the benefits of creating, sustaining and strengthening empathy for multiple cultures through educational festivals and events. Hear from locals and learn data that shows just how diverse Dublin has become. Read more

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Dublin City Schools’ Hound-Tastic Treats: the Dublin Barkery isn’t like other bakeries. The bakery is catered to man’s best friend and is run almost entirely by nontraditional students in the Emerald Campus’ PATHS. Learn more here. Read more

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Whether it be Legolas from The Lord of the Rings, Katniss Everdeen from The Hunger Games or Princess Merida from Brave, you’ve seen a fictional person shoot an arrow. But how about an actual person? From Aug. 8-11, you’ll have the opportunity. Read more

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A Decade of Dedication: On Jan. 8, OhioHealth Dublin Methodist Hospital, the latest full-service hospital built in central Ohio, turned 10 Read more

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The Italians Are Coming! The Italian Heritage Summer Festival premieres in Dublin July 13-15 Read more

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Read about the community Sgt. Potts, badge number 107, of the Dublin Police Department served for 35 years. Read more

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Though there are many attendees who have been coming to the tournament for decades, new traditions are springing up quickly. Read more here. Read more

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Read about Dublin's community art scene and the latest piece by Olga Ziemska, titled Feather Point, a 21-foot-tall cast aluminum sculpture inspired by the intersection of Polish and Wyandot Native American cultures in central Ohio. Read more

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LEGO building isn't just for kids. Local resident Eric Cacioppo is the ambassador and former president of Ohio LEGO Users Group, better known as OhioLUG. Read more

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Photo courtesy of Dublin Arts Council

The B.R.E.A.D Festival, which is an acronym – Bake, Reconnect, Educate, make Art and celebrate Diversity – returns to celebrate cultures across the world. Read more

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Dublin resident Sean Clifton, a retired U.S. Army master sergeant used the popular fitness regimen to get back in shape – both physically and mentally – after a firefight in Afghanistan left him grievously wounded. Read more

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Friendly Competition: The Dublin Chamber of Commerce has something new in the works this summer Read more

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Perks for Patrons: When the Memorial Tournament returns to Dublin for its 42nd iteration, it will bring with it the results of an effort to increase guests’ hospitality opportunities Read more

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Off the Clock, On the Court: If you’re ever curious to find out who the sharpest shooters are with the Dublin Police Department, just head to the Dublin Community Recreation Center Read more

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Fit to Give: A new fitness center that opened its doors in January hopes to shape how people look at fitness in a new and exciting way Read more

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From hand-crafted jewelry to custom painted pallets, Dublin residents are embracing their talents and selling the products they love to make with the help of Etsy. Read more

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