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Dublin, Ohio—“Where Yesterday Meets Tomorrow”

Dublin, 2010 U.S. Census population 41,751, area 21.1 sq mi, is an Ohio city in Franklin, Delaware, and Union counties. Dublin is served by ZIP codes 43016 and 43017 and by area code 614.

A suburb of Columbus, Dublin hosts the annual Memorial Tourament, a favorite stop on the PGA Tour. Home to several golf courses, including Jack Nicklaus’ Muirfield, Dublin is also home to many who love the game.

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Dublin News

Pennsylvania coroner: Leg in Lake Erie from Ohio plane crash. A human leg found off the Pennsylvania coast of Lake Erie was from one of three unaccounted for victims of a plane crash near Cleveland last year. Erie County, Pennsylvania Coroner Lyell Cook confirmed the DNA findings Friday. WXIX-TV Cincinnati, Sep 22 2017 12:10 PM.

Tom Vaughan-Lawlor to play Hugh Lane in new RTE film. RT have announced that actor Tom Vaughan-Lawlor will play Hugh Lane in an upcoming RT One feature drama documentary entitled Citizen Lane , about the life and times of the art dealer and philanthropist. The film is written by IFTA-winning actor and screenwriter Mark O'Halloran , and directed by TV and film veteran Thaddeus O' Sullivan ., Sep 18 2017 11:07 AM.

On the House: Sliding Ori system helps small homes reuse space Updated at. In a small Dublin apartment this month, Hasier Larrea demonstrated the future of furniture with the touch of a button. Larrea, a 29-year-old Spaniard, is the founder of Ori, a Boston startup that makes robotic movable furniture - in effect, a wall of furniture that slides. The Columbus Dispatch, Sep 17 2017 4:42 AM.

Tiberi family tackles tragedy by promoting road safety. On a recent Saturday morning on a Northeast Side parking lot, Dom Tiberi looked to be his usual gregarious self as he worked a small crowd, shaking hands, patting backs and greeting people in the booming baritone voice familiar to those who watch the sports anchor on WBNS-TV . "Everyone says I'm so strong, but maybe I'm just a great actor," Tiberi said. The Columbus Dispatch, Sep 15 2017 5:45 AM.

Dublin City Notices

U.S. 33 Paving – September 22. US 33 between Avery-Muirfield Road & SR 161/Post Road 7 PM: US 33 will reduce to one lane in each direction 7 PM: Ramp from US 33 EB to SR 161/Post Road will close Detour: US 33 EB to Avery-Muirfield Drive to US 33 WB to SR 161/Post Road 8 PM: Ramp from SR 161/Post Road to US 33 WB will close Detour: US 33 EB to Avery-Muirfield Drive to US 33 WB 8 AM: All lanes & ramps open   ________... Sep 22 2017 12:56 PM.

Plans for Riverside Crossing Park continue Moving Forward. (Dublin, Ohio) Dublin City Council has approved the Five-Year Capital Improvements Program for 2018 – 2022, providing a funding outline for Riverside Crossing Park. A total of $18,425,000 was approved for funding over the five year period. The approved funding is another step toward realizing the Scioto Riverside Park Master Plan that was adopted by Council in May 2016, following several yea... Sep 22 2017 12:07 PM.

Council Meeting – Monday, September 25, 2017. Dublin City Council Meeting – Monday, September 25 @ 7 p.m. Watch on Ustream Live | Meeting Agenda Sep 22 2017 11:38 AM.

Council Agenda – Monday, September 25, 2017. Monday, September 25, 2017 7 p.m. Council Chambers City Hall, 5200 Emerald Parkway CALL TO ORDER ROLL CALL PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE SPECIAL PRESENTATION P.E.R.C. (Parents Encouraging Responsible Choices) Update Kathy Harter Dublin Convention and Visitors Bureau Update Scott Dring, Exec. Director   CITIZEN COMMENTS Anyone who wishes to speak to an item NOT on the agenda may address the Council... Sep 22 2017 10:34 AM.

Dublin Data

Dublin was founded on 400 acres of land purchased by Huntingdon, Pennsylvania brothers Benjamin and Peter Sells as a gift to their brother John, who arrived with his family in 1808.

John Sells’ partner John Shields, an Irish surveyor, named the new settlement: “If I have the honor conferred upon me to name your village, with the brightness of the morn, and the beaming of the sun on the hills and dales surrounding this beautiful valley, it would give me great pleasure to name your new town after my birthplace, Dublin, Ireland.”

Golf legend and Columbus native Jack Nicklaus is a Dublin resident.

Only a small town with 681 residents in 1970, Dublin’s population had grown to 5,000 in 1987, when it was officially recognized as a city, and has grown to over 41,000 today. This boom was fueled by construction of I-270, location in Dublin of several major corporate headquarters, and the attraction of the Muirfield Village Golf Club and the surrounding residential area.

Dublin is home to a number of companies, including including Ashland Inc., Cardinal Health, Wendy’s, and OCLC.