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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

Young Dublin grad reflects on Tony win. If you watched the Tony Awards June 10, you might have noticed a 21-year-old central Ohioan among the large group that walked onstage after "Once on This Island" won for best musical revival. "I think I'm the youngest producer to win a Tony in Broadway history," said Columbus native Reilly Hickey, who graduated in 2015 from Dublin Scioto High School. The Columbus Dispatch, Jun 16 2018 6:07 AM.

OhioHealth CEO retiring; new leader named. A new chief executive will take the reins at OhioHealth next year, as central Ohio's largest hospital system goes through its first leadership change since 2002. OhioHealth CEO David Blom announced Wednesday in a message to the organization's employees that he will retire in 2019 and the OhioHealth board has chosen Dr. Stephen Markovich, who oversees acute care operations, as his replacement. The Columbus Dispatch, Jun 14 2018 3:41 AM.

How IHOP, er, IHOb stands on burgers compared to McDonald's, Chili's, others. In this March 1, 2017, photo, chef Miguel Navarro inspects a Le Bleu hamburger, made with caramelized onions and blue cheese on top of portobello mushroom and lettuce, at the Atlas Meat-Free Delicatessen in Miami. When Ryan Bauhaus first started experimenting with faux meats, he fixated on recreating that subtle blood taste, settling on a tomato paste blend to mimic the acidic, iron flavor. KBMT, Jun 11 2018 2:07 PM.

Strawberries draw central Ohioans to pick-your-own farms. Nearing the end of a strawberry-picking outing with her family one morning last week, Florence Borders held an empty quart-size cardboard bin. Her lack of productivity aside, she was having a ball. The Columbus Dispatch, Jun 11 2018 4:54 AM.

Dublin City Notices

Why Dublin? ForeFront Web.   ForeFront Web is a web design company located in Dublin, Ohio, specializing in web design, web development, mobile apps, SEO, digital marketing and more. Watch this video to learn more about why they’ve made Dublin their corporate home, and visit their website to learn more about the business- Jun 18 2018 12:26 PM.

8745 St. Albans Place Driveway Appeal. Case 18-044 - Administrative Appeal - 8745 St. Albans Place Jun 18 2018 9:20 AM.

Independence Day Event Map. Jun 17 2018 9:40 AM.

Dublin News in :90 for the week of June 17 – Tobacco 21.   Did you know that it is no longer legal in Dublin to sell cigarettes, tobacco, and other nicotine and tobacco alternative products to anyone under the age of 21? City of Dublin Law Director Jennifer Readler tells us more about the new law in this weeks Dublin News in :90. You can also learn more by heading here: Jun 17 2018 6:46 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.