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The City of Dublin held its second Family Campout at Emerald Glen Park, Saturday, July 17. The event gave local families a chance to get a taste of the great outdoors in their own backyard. (Photos – Doug Jorgensen)

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DUBLIN — Chris Funk’s position at the helm of the Dublin Unified School District (DUSD) officially began July 1.

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DUBLIN — A theft suspect released from the Santa Rita Jail late Monday immediately beat a jail employee, took his car and led police on a chase to Hayward and back before surrendering across the street from the Dublin courthouse, authorities said. 

The historic Kolb House at Dublin Heritage Park will remain open this summer open renovations of the park and Pioneer Cemetery, according to the city’s park department.

Dublin is accepting applications for the 2021 class of Inside Dublin, a leadership academy designed to educate residents about municipal services and operations, community activities, and both current and future issues facing the city.

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Dublin is accepting applicants for a second series of online Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) classes to teach residents about disaster preparedness and basic response skills to help their neighbors and other members of the community following a disaster.

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DUBLIN — A motorist who struck and killed a pedestrian in Dublin while making a left turn has been charged with vehicular manslaughter, court records show.

The Board of Trustees for the Dublin Unified School District has confirmed several key hires for the upcoming school year, including Mark Nelson to be principal of Fallon Middle School.

Dublin is seeking input from the public and organizations that support people with disabilities as the city updates its Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Self-evaluation and Transition Plan.

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Families enjoyed the Fourth of July at Emerald Glen Park in Dublin, where residents are allowed to set off "safe and sane" fireworks.  (Photos - Doug Jorgensen)

The Dublin City Council, which declared Dublin an “Idle-Free City” this spring, is reminding motorists not to let gasoline and diesel vehicles to continue running unnecessarily, especially on “Spare the Air” alert days when ozone pollution is forecast to reach unhealthy levels.

Dublin will provide free COVID-19 vaccines at the Dublin Senior Center, 7600 Amador Valley Blvd., from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Wednesday, July 7, and Wednesday, July 28.

Dublin is seeking residents to serve with city staff and commissioners on a committee to review proposals and make recommendations for two public art projects at Dublin Heritage Park. To apply for the Art Selection Committee, go to https://dublin.ca.gov/FormCenter/Parks-and-Community-Service…

The Dublin Youth Advisory Committee (YAC) elected Logan Lin as chairperson and Brandon Maskey as vice chairperson during its meeting to commence the 2021-22 term last Wednesday. 

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On Tuesday, June 29, Camp Parks in Dublin dedicated a medical training building to Specialist Jameson L. Lindskog, who was killed in Afghanistan. Pictured from left are Jo and Curtis Lindskog, Major General Jonathan Woodson and Brigadier General Joseph A. Marsiglia.  (Photos – Doug Jorgensen)

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DUBLIN — The city council is preparing to appeal its estimated Regional Housing Needs Allocation (RHNA) numbers as determined by the state for the 2023-2031 planning period.

The Alameda County Library is turning its traditional summer reading program into a Summer Adventure this year with additional activities encouraging patrons to tell their own stories as well as read about others.

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DUBLIN — Residents will soon be paying more to put out their trash.

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The California Automotive Retailing Group, based in Dublin and owned by Inder and Jessie Dosanjh, broke ground May 27 on a new 32,000-square-foot Nissan dealership on the city’s east side.

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Alameda County Supervisor David Haubert hosted Race Amity Festival, Sunday, June 13, at Dublin’s Emerald Glen Park. Amity Race Day is held on the second Sunday of June. It is a time for Americans to come together and celebrate the diversity of their communities. Seen from left are Sayeh Ahma…

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In response to the State Department of Housing and Community Development's (HCD) statement that the city has not done enough to meet low-income housing mandates, Dublin has hired a specialist to help the city streamline the state's requirements.

Lilia Tsui, who teaches English at Dublin, works with those who need help understanding the local school system. This year, she also worked with the community to launch “Voces con Poder,” a forum for families to ask questions, provide feedback, and offer suggestions in both Spanish and English. 

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Jose De Jesus Hernandez III was a natural. As a child, he motorized his LEGOs. As an adult, he rebuilt cars, tuned them and made them faster. He built drones and took videos from “beautiful viewpoints.”

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Kids explore the sculpture “Thank You, Water” by Todji Kurtzman, located at Emerald Glen Park in Dublin. Families flocked to the area for the June 3 farmers market, which is held Thursday evenings. (Photo – Doug Jorgensen)

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Dublin has named Rahul Guha Ray grand prize and first place winner in the city’s “nature in Our Backyard” photography contest for his images "Hummingbird" and "Northern Harrier." 

Sudharsan Gopalakrishnan, an incoming junior at The Quarry Lane School in Dublin, has been selected as a Teen STEM Project Leader by the National 4-H GIS/GPS Leadership Team.

Recently, 14 kindergarten through high school teams from Dublin competed in the Destination Imagination program, on both regional and state levels. Of the teams, nine placed in the top three of their categories and earned the right to present at the Virtual Global Finals event in June. Teams…

Dublin is seeking community input for a planned update to its Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan, designed to ensure that walking and biking in Dublin is safe, comfortable, and enjoyable for all ages and abilities.

The Dublin City Council will raise a Progress Pride flag at the Dublin Civic Center, 100 Civic Plaza, at 6 p.m., Tuesday, June 1, in recognition of LGBTQ+ Pride Month.  

Dublin Police Services will hold its annual Youth Academy from June 14-18. The program is free and open to students from 14-18 years old who have an interest in criminal justice. 

The Granada Matadors, 9-1, and the Dublin Gaels, 6-1, will face off in a key home-and-away East Bay Athletic League matchup this weekend, after both varsity basketball squads suffered their first losses of the season last week.

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Dublin broke ground last week on the third phase of improvements to Fallon Sports Park. The remaining 14 acres of the 60-acre community park will include a cricket field, four sand volleyball courts, two Little League fields, and multi-sport batting cages. The projected cost of the improveme…